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Carl Henning Haugen chhaugen

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Last active Apr 21, 2021
How to make Signal open (as a tray icon) on startup on Windows 10

How to make Signal open (as a tray icon) on startup on Windows 10

Copying the shortcut:

  1. Select the Start button and scroll to find Signal.
  2. Right-click Signal, select More, and then select Open file location. This opens a file folder window for the location where the shortcut of Signal is saved.
  3. With the file location open, press the Windows logo key + R, type shell:startup, then select OK. This opens the Startup folder. You now have 2 folder windows open: "Programs" and "Startup".
  4. Copy and paste the Signal shortcut from the "Programs" file folder window to the "Startup" folder by right-clicking on Signal shortcut, Copy, go to Startup folder, right-click, Paste Shortcut.

Editing the shortcut:

chhaugen / UnprivilegedLXCContainersMappingNotes.txt
Last active Feb 28, 2021
Notes that helped me figure out the mapping scheme.
View UnprivilegedLXCContainersMappingNotes.txt
To me, it seams like its supposed to remap all of the containers {u,g}ids.
So the important detail is that all of the containers id need to be maped, not the hosts.
Please correct me if I'm wrong.
I added "symbols" to make the syntax more readable, and some show the result on the nest line.
0 -> 100000 x 124
0-123 -> 100000-100123
124 -> 1004 x 1