Automatically starting Twhirl at startup

If you have installed Twhirl, you might want it to start automatically when you log in to your computer. This can be easily done. Go to Sytems -> Preferences, and click on Sessions.

When the Session Preferences dialog opens, select the Startup Programs tab and click the Add button. Then enter “Twhirl” (or any name you want) as a name and enter the following line to the command field (see pic below):

/opt/twhirl/twhirl

add Twhirl

Click Add, and close Session Preferences.

To test if this works, you can log out and then back in. Twhirl will start automatically once you log in.

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