When I double-click on a script in Nautilus to run it, the script just opens in my text editor with no option to run it. Using Nautilus, how do I run executable text files and/or scripts?
When I double-click on a script in Nautilus in order to run it, the script opens in my text editor with no option to do so. Using Nautilus, how do I run executable text files and/or scripts?
I have the following rc.local script: #!/bin/sh -e # # rc.local # # This script is executed at the end of each multiuser runlevel. # Make sure that the script will "exit 0" on success or any other # ...
I have a machine running a couple of vagrant VM. The problem I have is that sometimes I forget to shutdown those VM before I shutdown or reboot my machine. Because of that my machine get stuck with ...
Recently I found command: command which has no manual entry but help displays as follows: $ help command command: command [-pVv] command [arg ...] Execute a simple command or display information ...
I want to executed command from file (which is script) in current shell in terminal. Example: I have file ch_dir contains following: #!/bin/bash cd /usr Now if I execute file usually as following ...
I'm out with a new problem. I've downloaded a jdk7.sh file. Now I'm unable to change the permission of the file to allow executing the file as a program. I mark the check box and again it disappears.
I have a bin folder with a bunch of sh files. For example "server-run.sh", "server-stop.sh", "server-do-something.sh". And I want to run file "server-stop.sh" from anywhere. I could add this bin ...