IBM T23: no Num-lock and Scroll-lock
matthew.flaschen at gatech.edu
Thu Apr 26 04:09:00 UTC 2007
> Are you sure about that? Doesn't making it executable demand that it's either
> a binary or it has a magic byte and a path to what must execute it?
That's definitely the main purpose of the execute bit. However, the bit
isn't secret; programs can freely read it and interpret it other ways.
> Perhaps that desktop file will still be opened and obeyed by KDE without being
> set '+x'?
You're probably right. For some reason, I thought it is.
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