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RedHat 9 Desktop

Hi Pro

I have four Desktop (1-4)
How to do I assign application to different Desktop when autostart?

Example
Calc to Desktop1
Kwrite to Desktop2


Thanks in adv
lijiajin
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This should help you. RHL9 - Using the Panel
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