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I'd say the answer is no, not without so much work that it would outweigh the minor inconvenience of using Kupfer directly for the things it does well. As your examples do a great job of highlighting, it's a very useful app. Unity Dash is also useful, but its UI seems entirely oriented toward search, one-field search. (Modulo configurable filtering.) ...
The ">" prompt appears because the shell expects you to continue the for loop or close it using the word "done". In your case you just have to add done at the end of the line or after the > prompt, e.g. for i in *.rpm; do sudo alien -cv $i; done This is an error in the instructions.
What is the critical issue in your .desktop file I tried your .desktop file replacing the Exec= command with another (simple and working) one and the file appears to be functional, and is not refused by Dash. It is a common misunderstanding that you can use the Exec= line of a .desktop file as if it were a terminal window. That is not the case; expanding ...
Issues with the desktop file Taking the alacarte-made desktop file as a starting point (the other one has more issues), there are two lines which are almost certainly critical, and causing your desktop file to be refused by Dash and the Launcher: The Exec= line: Exec=/home/jantek/Instalki/Eclipse Java/eclipse/eclipse What you are actually trying to do ...
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