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Instead of hard-coding the password (which is completely insecure, and breaks if you ever change it), you should edit the sudoers file and allow sudo gnome-ppp to be run without a password: First, check if you're in the adm user group: groups This should give you a list of your groups; I chose adm, because that includes users who can administer the ...
Setting the icon in your .desktop file is adding it to your application configuration, so I'm not quite sure what you're asking. As long as the icon is installed with everything else, you should be all set. If you're installing via a click package, a relative file name for the icon in the .desktop file is all you need; otherwise, you may want to use an ...
You can just change icon path to application name. Try this: for file in /usr/share/applications/*.desktop; do grep 'Icon=/usr/share/racket/' "$file" /dev/null sed -i 's:^Icon=/usr/share/racket/:Icon=:' "$file" done Save it as a script ('script.sh') and run it as root ('sudo sh script.sh'). It will fix all files which need changing.
Enable it to run as an executable (right-clic > properties) : Or Enable it to run as an executable (command-line) : sudo chmod +x /usr/share/application/account.desktop
There are a few things wrong with your desktop file: [Desktop Entry]: both should be with a capital (instead of [desktop entry]), same with: Type=Application (instead of Type=application) With these errors the desktop file will neither work, nor show it's icon, however: Note that sometimes, even with a correct desktop file, you do not see the icon on the ...
You must be talking about a .desktop file? open it with gedit, find the Icon= line and change the icon to what you want it to be. Or, the GUI way: right click on the .desktop file > properties > click on the icon and browse to another icon. By the way, you need to make it executable to have it work from the desktop!
The ubuntu-mobile-icons package looks like it is available only for Ubuntu 13.04 or later. I think you can just download the .deb file from the above link and install it - since these are icons, I doubt there will be an issue. You should be able to use these commands to get the version for saucy 13.10: wget ...
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