@@ -52,7 +52,7 @@ Everything you do is stored in a Sqlite database in your DATA_DIR. Things that y
Unless you use the --no-text flag, selfspy will store everything you type in two <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blowfish_(cipher)">Blowfish</a> encrypted columns in the database.
-Normally you would like Selfspy to start automatically when you launch X. The simplest way to accomplish this is to add selfspy.py to your *.xinitrc*file. When run, Selfspy will immediately spawn a daemon and exit.
+Normally you would like Selfspy to start automatically when you launch X. How to do this depends on your system, but it will normally mean editing *~/.xinitrc*or *~/.xsession*. If you run KDE, *~/.kde/Autostart*, is a good place to put startup scripts. When run, Selfspy will immediately spawn a daemon and exit.
*"OK, so now all this data will be stored, but what can I use it for?"*
@@ -255,5 +255,5 @@ See the README file or http://gurgeh.github.com/selfspy for examples.
To monitor that Selfspy works as it should and to continuously get feedback on yourself, it is good to regularly mail yourself some statistics. I think the easiest way to automate this is using [sendEmail](http://www.debianadmin.com/how-to-sendemail-from-the-command-line-using-a-gmail-account-and-others.html), which can do neat stuff like send through your Gmail account.
For example, put something like this in your weekly [cron](http://clickmojo.com/code/cron-tutorial.html) jobs: