AlbertP wrote:You can run it automatically after logging in by adding the command in Startup Applications, which is available in the menu.
By the way chipps and galileo6, you are responding to a thread of 3 years old which is marked as "solved". It is not your thread either but johninreno's thread. I recommend you to start your own thread if you run into further problems. It is not a problem to start your own thread and post a link/reference/quote to this thread to make clear that your terminal commands came from here.
Perfect, thank you, exactly what I was looking for and works as advertised. I am aware it's an old thread, I found it via google - not trying to add anything new, just thought it was appropriate to say thank you.