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Fedora mate: I would like to know how do I get compiz to auto start on boot

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posted Jun 1, 2015 by Arjuna

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according to several webpages, once installed you can set the mysqld service enable and start automatically when fedora starts.

for that you must run:

systemctl enable mysqld.service
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