How do I start the java client on system start?

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rollinDyno

25 Aug, 2019 08:20 AM

I usually start my java client by running the following command:

java -jar ~/.local/bin/masterpassword-gui.jar

Once I am done copying a password to my clipboard the java GUI will hide and it will reappear when I press ctrl+meta+p which is neat.

However, I can't figure out how to launch this on boot. I have tried with using .xinitrc and KDE plasma launch scripts.

Any clues? I'm using KDE plasma.

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