Ubuntu :: Remove A Random App From Startup?

Feb 11, 2010

Karmic - When I start up and log in, a window for KDE Desktop Sharing Invitation automatically pops up.

Closing it doesn't prevent it from popping up on next startup.

There doesn't appear to be any option to "Don't show on startup."

When I go to System -> System Settings -> Advanced -> Autostart, it does not appear under Desktop File. The only thing that appears under "Script File" is gtk-2-engines-qtcurve.rc.sh gtk2engines... which does not appear to be the issue.

I'm guessing there's a shell command that will give me a more in-depth look at what should and should not run upon startup? Would really like to startup with a clean screen!

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May 27, 2010

This has been confusing me for a while. It usually takes about 4 or 5 times of hitting the power button for it to start up to the login screen. All it does is go to the Ubuntu splash screen and that's it. The colored dots don't change or anything. It just sits there. I ran the memory test to be sure it wasn't RAM and it ran fine.

System specs:

OS: 10.04
CPU: E8400
GPU: 9600GT
Hard drive: 250 GB Seagate
RAM: 2 GB
Mobo: 780i SLI FTW

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Anyway, I finally got some time to figure out the VFS issues and I managed to solve the VFS kernel panics. It was probably a forgotten configuration setting during the make menuconfig. Now it boots up only to hang right after the "Using /etc/random-seed to initialize /dev/urandom".

Looking at the rc.S script, the next section does the dd if=/dev/urandom of=/etc/random-seed count=1 ...

I know for a fact that it isn't that line that hangs the system. I commented out that line and it still hangs.

Strange thing is that I can boot up 2.4.31 with no problem; but with 2.6.x, I get a hang-up. I did a google and came up with something about rc.udev.new, which I don't have.

Can someone point out to me what is executed right after/etc/rc.d/rc.S? Or maybe point out where it might
be hanging? (To be honest, it's either a hang up or a process that's taking an extraordinary long time to
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May 22, 2010

I have installed mysql server on my Ubuntu Lucid AMD64 desktop. I need to run this service only on need. So I prefer not to have this in startup. So I did the following -

1. Deactivated the row entry by name "mysql" from application BootUp-Manager.

2. Run the application sysv-rc-conf and unchecked the checkboxes for all run levels.

3. Run the command "sudo update-rc.d -f mysql remove". Execution completed successfully.

4. Run the command - "sudo service mysql stop". In return I got a message "mysql stop/waiting".

5. Restarted the desktop.

Now when I read through the task manager, I still see a process by name "mysqld" running. I ran the command as mentioned in # 4 above and got the same response. I wanted to know how do I turn off mysql service running from startup permanently. But I still need to run it as and when required.

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Apr 1, 2011

I've tried the following in rc.local but it gets me nowhere:

Code:
TRANSMISSION_TIMING() {
for((a=0;a<=5;a++)); do
sleep 1 &
wait
[[ $(top -n1 | grep transmission) == *transmission* ]] &&
[[ $(date +%H) -ge 5 ]] && [[ $(date +%H) -lt 23 ]] && /etc/init.d/transmission-daemon stop done
}

TRANSMISSION_TIMING &
Code:
TRANSMISSION_TIMING() {
[[ $(top -n1 | grep transmission) == *transmission* ]] &&
[[ $(date +%H) -ge 5 ]] && [[ $(date +%H) -lt 23 ]] && /etc/init.d/transmission-daemon stop
}
TRANSMISSION_TIMING &

Nothing I do can keep this thing from launching, and apparently kill it either.

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Jan 8, 2010

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Okay, so Fedora doesn't like you messing with the init links manually... I can dig it, cause there's this nifty gui tool to manage startup items... I go in to that and add entries for sshd and xrdp, calling them via their init scripts so I can make sure everything plays nicely... then restart.

Oh, wait, still no xrdp or sshd running.

If I manually start these servers using their init scripts from a terminal they run fine, no issues, but I don't want to do that, and I think we can all agree that I should't have to. What am I doing wrong? What is the 'proper' way to add servers to the startup process and since entering runlevel 5 apparently kills sshd, how do I prevent that?

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