I'm extremely new to linux, so i kinda need some tutoring... been teaching myself some scripting. Most of the stuff I just copy of sites.
what baffles me is the little flags that appear in this line:
gnome-terminal -x sh -c 'notify-send "hello"'
I understand the -x flag, but why the sh? what does it mean? Oh btw i'm running this from inside a bash script (i think that's what it's called). and well i understand that -c states there is a command following.
so basically, what does the sh part do?