I don't wish to open terminal each time to execute my shell script. Is it possible assign a keyboard shortcut to execute the shell script I have created?
- Go to System Settings -> keyboard -> shortcuts.
- Click on
+to add a custom shortcut.Name it anything.
- In the command box type
gnome-terminal -e "path_of_script". Make sure your script has executable permission.
Also if you want your gnome-terminal should remain open after executing the script, add
read at the last of your script.