Re: Saving sessions before a system shutdown

On Mon, 2007-11-26 at 20:21 -0500, José Alburquerque wrote:
> Ted Gould wrote:
> > On Wed, 2007-10-24 at 16:08 -0400, José Alburquerque wrote:
> >> Does anyone think it's possible to insert some script in /etc/init.d
> >> that might save the session before a shutdown?  In other words is there
> >> some way to save the session(s) (if there are more than one) just before
> >> a shutdown?  I'd appreciate any pointers.  BTW, I'm running gnome 2.20.
> >> Thanks for your answers.
> >
> > I don't know if you've already gotten an answer, but I don't think there
> > is a generic way to do this currently.  But, I think the part you're
> > looking for is probably the command: "gnome-session-save".  I believe if
> > you run this with "--kill" and "--silent" on all users currently logged
> > in you should get what you're looking for.
> Thanks for answering.  A developer from this list did give a similar 
> answer off-list, but, again, I appreciate your suggestion.  :-)

For those finding this thread on Google, did it work?  Any advice from
your experiences?


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