The situation isn't really as simple as the title may imply.
I have a
.desktop file that execs with
bash -c to set an environment variable then load the program. Now I need to add another command before it goes to loading the program.
Sometimes the program creates file called
~/path to/*/, and I need to delete it before running the program.
* represents whatever version the program maybe, and as
/path to/ implies, there's spaces in the folder names within which the
So here's the thing:
- Do I need to do
rm 'path to/*/SOFT_REPAIR/'work?
- Can I just use the
SOFT_REPAIRexists or not, or do I need to use the