startup > Software > Windows >
View/control startup applications.
Small, concise, full-featured and overall incredible. This is an essential part of my toolkit.
Services are not supported.
- aka StartupCPL
- Not mentioned in his list of programs (though linked-to in the Wayback Machine), and not hosted on the author's GitHub account.
X > Xmodmap >
Xmodmap's keyboard mapping configuration.
startup > Software > Linux >
(comes with X windows)
A basic display manager, to let the user boot into a login screen.
It gets the job done. It lacks user-switching and poweroff/suspend functionality.
startup > Linux >
Scripts which are run as root on system startup.
placeholder (I don't use this any more.)
Software > startup > X >
There are several pages for it, but I have this one working:
Xtoolwait notably decreases the startup time of an X session by reducing the load on the X server and Linux.
It starts an X client in the background, waits for a window to be mapped on the root window, and then exits. It can improve performance for users who start a bunch of X clients automatically (for example, xterm, xlock, xconsole, whatever) when the X session starts.
startup > Linux > X >
The local X configuration file for the user.
I don't use this any more.