Re: Clearing out session list

I just installed gnome on my new machine, and have found I suffer from
this very annoying problem as well--last I checked, when I start gnome, I
start with 6 lynx's, 4 ncftp's, and about a dozen xterms.  What's the best
way to get rid of them?

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On Thu, 9 Jul 1998, Martin Alonso Soto Jacome wrote:

>Carsten Schaar <> wrote:
>> It's non a problem with gnome-session.  It's a problem with the
>> communication between smproxy and your window manager.  
>> An easy way to get rid of your permanently restarted applications is to 
>> kill the smproxy program.  But this prevents _any_ non GNOME
>> application (or any application that does not support the X11 session
>> management protocol) from being restarted from now on.
>Humm, you are probably right, since the problem happens only with non-sesion 
>aware appilcations.  Gnome apps behave just right and I wouldn't mind starting 
>other apps from my xsession script, so your solucion may work well for me.   
>When should I kill the smproxy program?  Right after starting the session?  
>Before finishing it?
>M. S.
>Martin A. Soto J.                           Profesor
>Departamento de Ingenieria de Sistemas y Computacion
>Universidad de los Andes
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