Barnabooth wrote:My apologies for the duplicated post—I'm not sure how I was that sloppy.
This problem arose when, launching Firefox from the menu, I saw that on right-clicking "Firefox Web Browser" I was offered a check-box for "Launch when I log-in".
I did not understand the response mentioning the command line...is this to say that when startup tries to launch Firefox, there is a line mistakenly telling it to go to www.%u.com? And that, using the terminal, I could rewrite that instruction?
Would I then have to rewrite that instruction, if I wanted to change my homepage on Firefox? I was originally thinking that launching Firefox at start-up would be efficient—I would be shutting it down one time out of five, rather than starting it four times out of five, which appealed to my lazy nature!
But if there is a way of fine-tuning "Launch when I log-in" (command line or not) I would appreciate the input.
You have specifed "firefox %u" as your command, so firefox is taking you to %u.
You may not get a whole lot of surfing done at %u.
My desktop runs 64-bit Kubuntu 13.04, my htpc runs 64-bit Linux Mint Nadia Xfce, my answering machine runs 64-bit windows 7, and my laptop runs 64-bit Linux Mint Nadia KDE. Each seems suited to its purpose.