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CDE, annoying file manager window. How to get rid of that

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Old Unix and Linux 09-19-2017   -   Original Discussion by wolfgang
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CDE, annoying file manager window. How to get rid of that

Hello,
CDE workspace.
How to get rid of annoying popping up file manager window which appears every time after logging in.

For example.
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Once user used cdrom, the file manager window popped up normally and showed content of CD. The user ejected this CD. Now we have after every logging in, the file manager window that pops up on the screen, there are not any CDs in cdrom inserted, though.
any suggestions, I would be appreciate.
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You have configured auto-save on exit.
Then it helps to quit the file manager before you exit.
The configuration can be changed in the "Startup Style Manager".
If you save your current session with "Set Home Session" and choose At Login: "Return to Home session", then you always get the saved session at login.
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You have configured auto-save on exit.
Then it helps to quit the file manager before you exit.
The configuration can be changed in the "Startup Style Manager".
If you save your current session with "Set Home Session" and choose At Login: "Return to Home session", then you always get the saved session at login.
Hello! thanks for youre input,
It seems I don't have startup style manager at user environment, to be exact, it doesn't open there. There is working startup style manager at superuser environment, though.
I've tried that all for SU environment, what was suggested by you. The problem is still topical.
Is there any ideas where it can be set (not saving the last session)? For example I have nothing usefull in .dtprofile in user catalogue.

I tested that one more time at SU environment. It works excellent for everything except file manager window.Linux

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You can also start it on the command line

Code:
/usr/dt/bin/dtstyle

and click Startup.
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