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How to Set Skype to Automatically Start in Ubuntu

After installing Ubuntu 12.10 and Skype, I noticed that Skype doesn’t have an option to automatically start once you log in. I’m unsure if this is true for previous versions of Ubuntu, but if so, the fix is still easy. To remedy this, you just need to add it to the “Startup Applications” list in your settings. For the command, just use “skype” without quotes, like so:

Screenshot from 2013-02-16 00:30:05

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2 responses to “How to Set Skype to Automatically Start in Ubuntu

  1. dantrr 08/25/2014 at 12:02 PM

    Thanks. Helped, and this is 2014.

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