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I create a script and when I execute it, a dialog show for me choose one option: Run in Terminal, Display, Cancel and Run. I want run it automatically without choose option. Anybody know how ?

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Create a launcher. And it will run or run in terminal depending on what you selected when creating the launcher. I do not know what version of Ubuntu you have. I use Ubuntu 10.10

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I use Ubuntu 10.04 LST – aikido Jul 21 '11 at 16:43
    
In 10.10 you can create a launcher by right clicking the desktop and choosing "Create Launcher". I would guess that it is the same in 10.04. May be different in 11.04's Unity. – Kevin Jul 21 '11 at 16:53

You should run your script from the terminal. First change the permissions by typing in "chmod 755 scriptname" and then run it by typing "./scriptname".

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I want to make script, and I want it like icon program, when I double-click it, it run automatically. On windows, I can add parameter into link target of a programming shortcut, but on Linux, I don't know way to do this. Help me. – aikido Jul 21 '11 at 16:43

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