If you remove an autostart item like say Skype, it comes back again after doing a system update. So if you do a ‘dnf update’, then after rebooting the machine it autostarts Skype again even though you removed that from the autostart.
That may be possible, but we need more information to diagnose what is happening.
- what version of Fedora are you using?
- how did you install Skype?
- how did you remove the autostart?
what version of Fedora are you using?
how did you install Skype?
I think it’s from Index of /rpm/stable (not at the machine just now), so via dnf
how did you remove the autostart?
Go to: System Settings > Startup and Shutdown > Autostart
Select ‘Skype for Linux’, then select ‘Remove’. Click Apply
Are you sure that there isn’t also an option on Skype that enable autostart? Sorry but I don’t use Skype anymore.
mmh… maybe that’s it - it may be populating Autostart. I’ll check
It probably is the app populating the file. The rpm only contains the one desktop file:
$ rpmls ./skypeforlinux-64.rpm | grep desktop -rw-r--r-- /usr/share/applications/skypeforlinux.desktop drwxr-xr-x /usr/share/skypeforlinux/resources/app.asar.unpacked/node_modules/desktop-idle drwxr-xr-x /usr/share/skypeforlinux/resources/app.asar.unpacked/node_modules/desktop-idle/build drwxr-xr-x /usr/share/skypeforlinux/resources/app.asar.unpacked/node_modules/desktop-idle/build/Release -rw-r--r-- /usr/share/skypeforlinux/resources/app.asar.unpacked/node_modules/desktop-idle/build/Release/desktopIdle.node
Lately, I’ve not been using the rpm any more. The flatpak seems to work well and doesn’t require a system level installation, so I’ve been using that:
Thank you! @FranciscoD
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