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On Windows, I can drag and drop a file to a batch file to pass the filename. On Ubuntu 12.10, I can't drag and drop to an .sh file.

Opening terminal and running

./ file-name.txt

works, but it takes some time.

Is there any other way to send a filename easily?

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Can you please explain how this answers the question? – slhck Jan 12 '13 at 14:20
the question is very similar to the one asked by the user. fixed link. – sureshvv Jan 12 '13 at 16:59

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