When I start xfce, acroread starts also and tries to open a old file I had with my current user. (not root)
this is followup of http://forums.gentoo.org/viewtopic-t-50 … +xfce.html
but no solution :?
It's nothing in ~/Desktop/Autostart and neither in ~/.config/autostart
I remove acroread (no error), I put again and it starts again.
If this is caused by the session manager, it should be fixed by closing the application -> quit -> check the "save session box" -> logout. If you don't have this a logout dialog, there should be an option in the session manager settings to enable it.
That was my first solution, I even removed autostart for grelk2, skype, amsn. Saved the session with no open programs. And acroread starts agains.
After removing xfce4-session, acroread stop loading (A root session doesn't have acroread starting)
So I reinstalled xfce4-session and close all windows and made save session, re-login, and the problem goes on.
Acroread continues to open on xfce4 start.
The same problem remains. :?
I removed xfce4-session and clean ~/.cache/sessions/. And it's neither in ~/Desktop/Autostart.
While xfce4-session is not installed, acroread doesn't start.
When I start gnome this problems doesn't happen