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openbox-session is not a real session manager. If you have GNOME installed, see the GDM/Openbox instructions; you can use the gnome-session-quit command to end the session. If you have KDE, there's a similar approach for selecting openbox at X login time. In a more lightweight system (startx or xdm), there are two traditional approaches: Ignore the ...
dbus-daemon --address="unix:path=~/.dbus-$HOSTNAME-$DISPLAY" Put this in your ~/.xinitrc if you use startx, in ~/.xsession if you use a graphical X login manager with a custom session, or in whatever shell script your desktop environment runs when it starts. Note that if your system starts with a DBus daemon already, you may need to kill it first. This may ...
Yes autostart is a shell (not necessarily bash) script that launches after you log into the GUI. You can launch programs or custom scripts or write them right in the autostart file. I would suggest writing the scripts separately and then launching them with autostart.
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