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Restart after power failure - Generic LXDE desktop
Hi all,
I'm burning in a new OP box at home. It was working great yesterday, including the new additions I put in for two-finger touch screen.

I left it on overnight and we had a power failure. This morning, upon restart, I have a generic LXDE-pi screen (not Openplotter), and the commands I put in /etc/xde/lxsession/LXDE-pi/autostart don't seem to be starting anymore.

I'm trying to understand where the panel and desktop for OpenPlotter are actually stored, and where the file is that autostarts everything. I did find ~/.config/autostart/openplotter-startup.desktop for starting OpenPlotter apps, but I can't find any of the desktop stuff.

Anyone know where that stuff is?

check this script in openplotter-gen:
used files are here:

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