tealequation25 wrote:I set the option for Guake Terminal to launch as a startup script, but it doesn't. Any way to change this? Using Cinnamon by the way, if you need to know that. Thanks for the help in advance.
It should show up in Startup Applications. Just check the checkbox to on and it should work. At least that's how I did it and it's working fine for me.
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