A .desktop file describes how a particular program is to be launched, how it appears in menus, etc. It is used by Freedesktop-compliant environments such as Gnome, KDE and Xfce.

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Troubles with .desktop file

I've successfully installed Internet Explorer 7 with winetrick in a clean prefix. I can successfully run it from terminal like this: env WINEPREFIX=~/.wine32ie7 wine 'C:\\Program Files\\Internet ...
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Proper use of escape characters in desktop file

I have a command with a working .desktop Exec key as follows: Exec=env XDG_CONFIG_HOME=/home/bean/.config/gedit/ gedit %U I would like to use the $HOME variable instead and it works in the terminal ...
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Bash command to delete a certain file in * folders

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 ...