Looks like Autostart doesn’t have a option to add a command. Is there any way to add command without creating shell script? If not then how can I make shell script to run ibus-daemon at startup?
You have that in Settings > Startup and Shutdown > Autostart
And you hit the + Add… button down the settings window, select Application and you put the
command that starts your program.
ibus-daemon (if that is the start command of it)
You can also add to start trough /etc/xdg/autostart/ with a desktop file.
manjaro-asian-imput-support-ibus package provides that already.
I know I can select the application but that won’t work for me. Cause ibus-daemon is not a application program. I just need to run
ibus-daemon at startup.
The it must have a service:
systemctl enable ibus
systemctl enable ibus-daemon
systemctl status ibus
Put " ibus-daemon -drx " on the Command in your IBus Preferences at Applications from Autostart.
It’s working for my KDE.