[gnome-user-docs/wip/system-admin-guide-20130514] An example of desktop file content added to autostart-applications.page

commit 94f122f42767e5aade5a0aff1e1f0d479b5f506c
Author: Jana Svarova <jsvarova redhat com>
Date:   Wed May 15 18:17:23 2013 +0200

    An example of desktop file content added to autostart-applications.page

 system-admin-guide/C/autostart-applications.page |   26 +++++++++++++++------
 1 files changed, 18 insertions(+), 8 deletions(-)
diff --git a/system-admin-guide/C/autostart-applications.page 
index b1b219f..df731e9 100644
--- a/system-admin-guide/C/autostart-applications.page
+++ b/system-admin-guide/C/autostart-applications.page
@@ -14,18 +14,28 @@
 <title>Set autostart applications</title>
-  <p>To enable a number of users start a few applications at the start of their
-  computers, you need to create autostart files in system-wide desktops.</p>
+  <p>To start an application automatically on the startup,
+  you need to create a desktop file in the system directory.</p>
-<title>How to create an autostart list?</title>
-  <item><p>Open the <file>/etc/xdg/autostart/</file> directory.</p></item>
-  <item><p>Create autostart files in the desktop format (an extension of 
-  ".desktop") and save them.</p></item>
-  <item><p>Insert the list of the applications in the files.</p></item>
+<title>To create a desktop file for an autostart application:</title>
+  <item><p>In the <file>/etc/xdg/autostart/</file> directory, create a desktop
+  file.</p></item>
+  <item><p>Insert a desktop file entry for the autostart application into the
+  desktop file.</p></item>
+<p>Here is an example of a desktop file content:</p>
+[Desktop Entry]
+Exec=nautilus -n
+AutostartCondition=GSettings org.gnome.desktop.background show-desktop-icons
-  <p>Follow the GNOME format for desktop entries.</p>
+  <p>Make sure that the entries in your desktop file follow the GNOME format.</p>

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