nickthompson at agere.com
Wed Jul 3 11:55:02 BST 2002
Its not quite what you wanted, but you could change your script to wait
for a key press before it exits. Or you could write another script that
takes a command line which it executes and then waits for a key press...
...would do it (you could put an echo "press any key to exit" before the
If you called the above script "exitwait", you can then run "exitwait
echo hello" for example.
On Wed, 2002-07-03 at 10:44, Benjamin Richardson wrote:
I would like to execute a script in a shell thanks to a link to an
application in kde. This script usualy works but when i use the link the
shell window closes as soon as the script is finished. How can I specified
the shell to stay open in the shell options, in the
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