I recently installed Fedora 19 as a replacement for Ubuntu 13.04 as somehow Ubuntu won’t start and I would like to have a new taste to see what Fedora looks after a few years without using it.

Installation went successfully without problems and I also managed to install Cairo Dock. The problem is that Cairo Dock won’t start when Gnome starts, unlike Ubuntu. I am not sure the reason behind it, but to change it, simply using command “gnome-session-properties” to add it to the list of start up programs. Of course, you need to be root first.

start-up-programs-gnome-3

It is not obvious if you don’t know where to look for it.

Hope this helps.

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