[kde-linux] making shell file clickable
Sylviane et Perry White
spwhite at freesurf.ch
Mon Dec 5 16:11:02 UTC 2005
On Monday 05 December 2005 16:01, Vytautas wrote:
> If it does not have first line #!/bin/sh it will hardly be executable.
I had tried with #!sh and after your answer, tried again with #!/bin/sh
On Monday 05 December 2005 06:27, Morten O. Hansen wrote:
> Hm, it works here. All I did was create a file named "create_file.sh" and
> did a "chmod +x create_file.sh" (the file contents was 'echo hello >
> If I click it in konqueror, it creates a new file.
I made it executable from the properties editor but "newfile" was only created
if I launched the script from a shell.
On Monday 05 December 2005 10:21, Kevin Krammer wrote:
> > > If the script is executable it should also be executed when being
> > > clicked on.
> > Nothing happens
> This is a bit vague.
> If you have some debug output in your script, for example
> echo "script started" >> /tmp/script.txt
> Does it write it to the target file?
No, see above.
> > I must know where my app resides, will try to find out when first part of
> > problem is solved.
> Script parameter 0 usually contains script name and the path it was invoked
What I need to know is not where the link to application is but where the
application itself is (along with the needed libraries).
> Can you attach the script?
> Maybe you are assuming something like PATH including a certain directory
> added to it in .bashrc, etc
Here it is:
echo "script started" >> script.txt
To sum it up issuing from a shell: "./test_shell_launcher.sh"
creates the file script.txt and causes a sudoku grid to appear on the screen.
Clicking only produces a short hard disk activity.
P.S. Perhaps at this point it is relevant to add (?)
Konqueror 3.0.4 (using KDE 3.4.0 Level "b" SUSE 9.3)
Thank you all for answers Perry
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