PublicNuisance
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How to Run .sh Files By Double Clicking File

Mon Oct 09, 2017 11:46 pm

I tried out Solus Budgie recently and really enjoyed it overall but one feature that Linux Mint had was that when I double clicked a .sh file it would give me an option to run from terminal which saved me from opening Terminal and changing to the correct directory and running the file. I'm knitpicking I know but I would love it if Budgie had an easy way to do that. I know Solus Mate can do that but I prefer Cinnamon or Budgie over Mate. Anyone able to help ?

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Lorien
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Re: How to Run .sh Files By Double Clicking File

Thu Oct 12, 2017 3:46 am

  • Open your file manager
  • In the top left corner of the window, click on the small folder icon
  • Click on "Preferences"
  • Click on the "Behavior" menu
  • Under "Executable Text Files" choose "Ask what to do"

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