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default.session - GNOME Default session configuration file.
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:
There are three possible names for Section And they are:
This specifies the Default session to load
Lets the user configure which non-session aware programs should
be started up when the session begins
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
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
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