[CentOS] Restoring session status

Sat Feb 27 18:12:58 UTC 2016
H <agents at meddatainc.com>

On 02/19/2016 02:48 PM, Liam O'Toole wrote:
> On 2016-02-18, H <agents at meddatainc.com> wrote:
>> I am running  CentOS 6.6 on both a couple of servers and on a laptop.
>> When I let the laptop sleep, window states and positions are restored
>> correctly when I awaken it. However, when I shut down the laptop,
>> later turn it on and log in, none of the terminal windows and
>> directory windows are restored correctly to e.g. minimized state,
>> instead they are restored to when they last were in use.
>> Naturally, this is a little bit annoying: have I missed a setting
>> somewhere?
>> Thanks.
> Run 'gnome-session-properties', go to the 'Options' tab, and check
> 'Automatically remember ...'.
> I don't use that setting, and I have no idea whether all applications
> honour it. But it's worth a try.

Had a chance to check that today: while it remembers which programs were 
running when the session was last ended (and I did have it checked), it 
does not allow me to make sure terminal sessions or directory windows 
which were minimized when I logged out are also minimized when I log in 
next time.

Does anyone know if this is possible in Centos 6?