I'm trying to configure synergy to autostart. I'm wondering if someone can point me as to where I can find the equivalent to xdm/Xsetup xdm/Xstartup xdm/Xsession in xfce4.
I don't know if this replies to your question but I just go to configuration > Applications for autostart. There you can choose the commands to execute in autostart.
I have a related problem. I have added synergy to the autostart control panel, but sometimes synergy crashes so some kind of check and restart would be helpful, and I'd really like to have it start before I log in so I can login via my other PC (acting as server). I've seen how to do this for Gnome, but not for XFCE.
P.S. I'm running Linux Mint Debian XFCE (4.8)
I've got it added to the autostart, but I'd really like to have it start with xdg so i can use my keyboard and mouse to login, right now synergy only starts once I authenticate and xfce4 session starts. Anyone get this working? It seems that KDE and Gnome can do it.
Fedora core 17, xdg/xfce4
You mean xdm?
Try placing a script in /etc/X11/xinit/xinitrc.d (remove the auto-start from the Xfce session so it won't start twice).