On Tue, 2018-02-13 at 09:58 -0500, bruce wrote:
> In the event of a "crash" is there some kind of process/app for
> Fed/Centos that can be used to "recover" the entire working
> environment of the server/box. As the only user it would be "nice" to
> be able to simply run something which would then "restore" my edit
> apps, my term sessions, and other apps I was running... and have the
> processes/apps running in the same order in the process tabs..
> Or am I dreaming. I've been looking for a bit and haven't seen anything.
Look for 'session management' in your desktop environment. In KDE for
example you can save a session configuration and configure your login
to restore it automatically. It doesn't work 100% with non-KDE apps but
it does save a lot of time.
Also, browsers have their own way of doing things, usually described as
'restore windows/tabs at startup' or something similar.
I don't know of anything that will just restore all processes that
happened to be running when a crash occurred, or why you would even
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