How to start SH script from CD/DVD using mouse double click?

Karl Larsen klarsen1 at gmail.com
Mon Apr 26 12:06:59 UTC 2010


On 04/26/2010 05:16 AM, Markus Schönhaber wrote:
> 26.04.2010 12:55, Roland Turcan:
>
>    
>> We have our application on CD where people by double click on setup.sh
>> file  install  it. But in Ubuntu 10.04 Gnome shows the content of file
>> instead of executing it. Ubuntu 9.04 executes it after a request.
>>      
> One can tell Nautilus what to do by checking the corresponding option under
> Edit/Preferences/Behaviour/Executable Text Files
>
>    
>> How  to  execute  that  script  not  to  have to explain to all of new
>> customers,  that  the  only  way  is  to  go  to terminal and use some
>> commands,...
>>
>> BTW: This change of behavior is purpose or just a bug?
>>      
> I haven't noticed any change in the default behaviour in Lucid. So,
> maybe that change is on purpose of the user.
>
>    
     This is excellent advice to change 10.04 to react just like 9.04 if 
desired. I am on 10.04 and a new thing on it is the ability to easy 
change things. It is made to act like anything your used to. A very nice 
change!

73 Karl


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