Finally, I am actively trying to find a way to start Xastir after bootup of the 
Raspberry pi gui.  The other day we had a power  failure which caused the pi to 
reboot.  Since I have until now always started xastir manually from a terminal 
window with xastiur &, when the power came back xastir did not start up.  I 
have searched the archives and online for something that works.  Problem is 
that the xastir executable has to run after the gui comes up.  I don’t think 
this issue is specific to a rpi.  I would think the same consideration would 
apply to any Linux gui that runs after Linux has booted up.  Can anybody 
outline the steps I need to do to make this happen?

Thanks as always.


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