[CentOS] Saving Workspace State

Sun Nov 17 20:07:06 UTC 2013
Michael B Allen <ioplex at gmail.com>

Wait! It does work. I tried it before and it did not. Not sure if it
was checking said option or $ gnome-session-save on the commandline
but it just worked.


On Sun, Nov 17, 2013 at 3:05 PM, Michael B Allen <ioplex at gmail.com> wrote:
> Is there a way to save the position and workspace locations of at
> least terminals on logout?
> I want to have many workspaces with 2-3 terminals each for editing
> code and scripts and ssh and so on.
> The System > Preferences > Startup Applications > Options >
> Automatically remember running applications when logged out doesn't
> work. And gnome-session-save doesn't work either.
> I used to use Fedora 14 and it saved the session state fine. But now I
> cannot recall how to do it. I know GNOME 3 removed that code (the
> GNOME developers now believe that the applications should remember
> their own state) but I was hoping CentOS still has this capability.
> Is it possible to save GNOME desktop session state in CentOS 6?
> Mike

Michael B Allen
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