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MiniMe

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    RE: Where to see/change startup programs at Mint 9?
    Thank you for that! [img]http://www.greensmilies.com/smile/smiley_emoticons_thumbs1.gif[/img]
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    Thank you for that!

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    Where to see/change startup programs at Mint 9?
    [color=#408000]Beginner needs help! [img]http://www.greensmilies.com/smile/smiley_emoticons_panik5.gif[/img] It may be a coincidence, but this requests appeared for the first time at boot when I had installed the Wacom Bamboo software: [img]http://img25.imageshack.us/img25/2310/snapshot1r.png[/img] Err... which device(s)? [img]http://www.greensmilies.com/smile/smiley_emoticons_motz.gif[/img] [b] Where can I see the system startup settings for this?[/b] I would like to know what program wants a password for which device... and why? Bamboo runs without any password, no matter if it is connected (USB-cable) at boot or gets connected later. System monitor says this: [img]http://img830.imageshack.us/img830/4782/snapshot2g.png[/img] [img]http://img28.imageshack.us/img28/6103/snapshot3o.png[/img] Thanks in advance! [img]http://www.greensmilies.com/smile/smiley_emoticons_wink2.gif[/img][/color]
    Link to this post 08 Sep 10

    Beginner needs help!
    It may be a coincidence, but this requests appeared for the first time at boot when I had installed the Wacom Bamboo software:

    Err... which device(s)?

    Where can I see the system startup settings for this?
    I would like to know what program wants a password for which device... and why? Bamboo runs without any password, no matter if it is connected (USB-cable) at boot or gets connected later.
    System monitor says this:



    Thanks in advance!

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