to start limewire i have to change to the according dir and run the "sh runLimewire.sh" from a console.
i want a direct shortcut !
so put it into an executable file.
#!/bin/bash /complete/path/runLimewire.sh &
then change permisions to user:
chown username /path/to/file
and make it executable:
chmod 755 /path/to/file
then all you'll have to do is click on it.
$ chmod +x /path/to/runLimewire.sh $ ln -s /path/to/runLimewire.sh /usr/local/bin/
Or something like that... But executing a sh file in a sh file as only action doesn't make sense, can as well use a link then. If the thing only runs when executed from its dir then making a small script which first changes to that dir and then executes it is fine.
that makes limewire crappy then
actually, I always thought limewire was a great app - at the time of rampant p2p apps (morpheus, kazaa, etc) it was the best... props to java!
hmm, actually, i think i didn't something like
called that file Limewire then i think i did an alias
something like that, i'm not at home right now, but it did work
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