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Its actually very simple to do that. Just go to your Nautilus files preferences and click on 'Behavior' tab. Under the 'Executable Text Files' check 'Ask each time' or 'Run executable text files when they are opened'. Please look at the screenshot for reference.
This is in KDE4 but I believe you'll find it in the KDE5 too (System Settings, something about shortcuts):
In my case with similar symptoms one (or all) of these steps helped: Update Iceweasel Update Pipelight Re-enable plugins by pipelight-plugin --enable pluginname. Use pipelight-plugin --help to get a list of available plugins. Restart Iceweasel if it was running during the previous step. Pipelight allows you to run Windows plugins in Linux browsers, ...
One possible solution is to: Ditch nautilus from the desktop as well (you can keep it on your computer but set it not to manage your desktop). From terminal, goto gnome-tweak-tools and from the "desktop" menu, remove options for "have the file-manager manage the desktop". Let PCManFM manage the desktop as well. Here's how: Source: ...
Linux is a specific software project (the kernel) that's distributed under the GPLv2. That licence requires, among other things, that the source must be provided with it derivative works created by linking the code must be distributed under the same license people be free to spread it as they please, provided the above conditions are met So if you use ...
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