--- Matthew Seaman <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
wrote:

> Since your script can start up Swatch when run by
> hand, but not during
> system boot, I suspect the problem is either to do
> with having or not
> having a tty at startup time, or else to do with
> boot order -- maybe
> if you try changing the script name to
> 'zzzswatch.sh' to force it to
> be started up last it will work better.

Matthew, I followed your suggestion to rename it
zzzswatch.sh and that solved the problem - it now
starts swatch. (My curiosity still remains as to what
wasn't ready or which other process was clobbering
swatch, but I don't have the time to chase this
rabbit).

Thank you for the guidance!

Henri


                
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