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NAME

       default.session - GNOME Default session configuration file.

DESCRIPTION

       The  /usr/share/gnome/default.session  file contains a list of programs
       to be launched the first time a user logs into the GNOME environment.

       The format of the file is the one used by the  gnome_config  libraries,
       and it looks like this:

       [Section]
       SEQID,id=uniqueID
       SEQID,Priority=PRIO
       SEQID,RestartCommand=command
       num_clients=TOP

       There are three possible names for Section And they are:

       Default

              This specifies the Default session to load

       Chooser

              Lets  the user configure which non-session aware programs should
              be started up when the session begins

       Warner

       Since the gnome_config file format is not very flexible,  an  array  of
       data   is   emulated   by   listing   starting   from   0   chunks   of
       "id,Priority,RestartCommand", and at the end the  num_clients  variable
       lists the number of chunks listed.

       The  uniqueid  key  provides a name that is unique within this file and
       passed to the app as the client id which it must use to  register  with
       gnome-session.

       The RestartCommand specifies the command to run from the $PATH.

       The  Priority  determines  the  order in which the commands are started
       (with Priority = 0 first) and defaults to 50.

       The clients must be numbered from 0 to the value of num_clients-1

                                   GNOME 1.0                          GNOME(1)