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Old 22 September 2012, 18:33   #24
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Originally Posted by emuola View Post
Yep, easy to do. Just start Bmenu, open the startup menu bmenu-file (dont remember the exact name, but it's very easy to find) and add/change an entry for xbench.
That works great ... thank you emuola
The file is named BootMenu and i used vjkaos's script.
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