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Save Current Setup
Author: drt    Posted: 2004-12-16 18:02:26    Length: 451 byte(s)
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In a particular session I was trying to unsecesfully configure a few things in gnome. I ended up running lots of annoying litle programs that made the output from "top" look just like a spyware cladden windows shell. Then I stupidly saved the current setup as I logged out.
Is there any way of returning my session to it's generic form where those useless annoying processes aren't running in the background whenever I log on?
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