Where can I locate autostarted applicatons? I looked in /etc/xdg/autostart and removed all entries. Then I did the same for ~/.config/autostart. I used xfce Autostarted Applications too and unchecked all programsl.
But none helped to get rid of update-notifier. So where else should I look?
EDIT: I apologise for placing this in wrong forum
Look in the menu: Settings | AutoStarted Applications.
I don't know where the configuration file is, offhand.
I used xfce Autostarted Applications too and unchecked all programs.
If you do not have session-management (xfce4-session, xm-session or similar name) installed then any executable file/script in ~/Desktop/Autostart will be started.
I have xfce4-session. How does this affect autostarted applications? How can I disable it?
If you use xfce-session, than that will determine what apps are launched upon logon/start. I believe there is a control in Settings to Add/Remove apps to the list of autostarts (don't use it myself).
This application is called "Autostarted applications" and as I already wrote (twice ), I tried it. The only entry in this app is for adesklets (which dont start anyway). Really dont know whats wrong.
Maybe it is something from gnome (which I used before xfce) what is still managing autostarted apps? Does anyone of you, who migrated from gnome (or kde maybe) encountered the same problem?
have you tried removing the session cache?
rm -dr ~/.cache/sessions
after which logout (do not save session) and back in.