ROSA Linux Bugzilla – Bug 818
Skype does not add itself to the startup after installation
Last modified: 2015-05-29 17:32:00 MSD
Description of problem:
After the installation of Skype every time they add it to run in KDE startup.
I can't reproduce this bug.
1) Install Skype on a new system
3) Skype does not appear in the tray, it will have to manually add in startup
Is Your case actual for ROSA 2012 X1?
Need restesting before releasing Enterprise X2.
During the last discussion, it was decided that curretly we are not going to fix get-skype package to automatically add skype to startup (one of the reasons i s that it can be ono-trivial for users to remove it from there).
However, we can prepare "skype-autostart" package instead that will add necessary record to /etc/xdg/autostart folder. So if you install this package, skypo will start automatically. If you remove this package, skype won't start during boot.