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The command is: nautilus recent:/// so if you create a launcher called recent-files.desktop: #!/usr/bin/env xdg-open [Desktop Entry] Type=Application Name=Recent files Comment=Show recent files in Nautilus Exec=nautilus recent:/// Icon=file-manager Terminal=false in ~/.local/share/applications, you will be able to show recent files with just one click ...


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You must have dropped the folder into some other folder while dragging it. Just check all the possible folders.Use the find command to find it. find . -name filename example: find . -name jar


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If that isn't working then you can create a .desktop file for your script. It would look something like this: # $Id: vbox-starter.desktop 22 $ [Desktop Entry] Name=Custom Virtualbox Starter GenericName=VBox Comment=VBox Exec=VBoxSDL --startvm virtualmachine Terminal=true Type=Application Icon=Virtualbox Categories=GNOME;GTK;Utility; Note that since your ...


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Looks like the text editor thinks that any file without an extension is a text file for it to open. Try to rename it, say myscript.sh and see if that works.



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