Script on shutdown?

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1. Is there a way of running a script on shutdown?
I'd like to close some windows.

2. Is there a script to end a program (ssh)
running in a particular desktop, eg desktop 5?

3. Is there a way of running a program (ssh)
on a specified desktop when logging in?

Basically, I want to automate the process
whereby I open an ssh window to a remote computer
in a given desktop.
At the moment I do this by going to the desktop
and clicking a button in my KDE Favourites, 
admittedly not very onerous.

One slight annoyance is that when I login again
I get a local konsole in that desktop,
which I have to close before clicking on my ssh button.



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