On Sat, 01 Dec 2012 22:32:38 +0530
Gustav Degreef <gustav97(a)gmail.com> wrote:
I would like to start Jovie automatically on boot. I am using OS
12.1, KDE 4.7.2, clean installwith all updates. I can start it
manually from the command line and I have reasonable tts output from
There is in Personal Settings/Accessibility/Text to Speech/General
tab a check box for Jovie. I have enabled that, but It won't still
will not stat on boot. I'm using a laptop and boot (passwordless)
directly to the desktop. It took me a fair amount of searching on
googleand kde support to get the tts applications to work nicely.
Getting Jovie to start automatically is the one part I can't find an
answer to. Thanks, Gustav.
Go to "Start > Configure Desktop > Startup & Shutdown > Autostart"
choose "add program" and enter the program name there.
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