sleep 60; will do but here they don’t start at all if you put this in front of the command. like
sleep 60;/usr/bin/slack %U
Is there another way to achieve the delay?
From a .desktop file in startup items (
/bin/bash -c "sleep 60 && <whatever_you_want_to_run>"
wait, you suggest I put
/bin/bash -c "sleep 60 && slack.desktop" into the start up command box?
Nono, the command in the box would be something like:
/bin/bash -c "sleep 60 && /usr/bin/slack"
That would result in a .desktop file in
~/.config/autostart, containg a.o. a line:
Exec=/bin/bash -c "sleep 60 && /usr/bin/slack"