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If you mean hacking the standard email that cron emits when a job fails, then you cannot to this without modifying cron. You can emit HTML (or even multipart/alternative) from your script if you want, but it won't change the fact that cron will send it as a text/plain body. I suggest that you wrap your cron jobs in an outer adaptation script that does this ...


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I had the same issue as the original poster. I want EasyPG to save files with a .asc extension in ASCII-armored ciphertext, not binary. There's some good info in the responses, but none was complete enough to solve the OP's issue. I think I solved it with the following configuration. (epa-file-enable) (setq epa-file-name-regexp ...


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A solution is to look for the *.desktop file for that particular program (for example, photoshop.desktop) and add % F at the end of the line starting with Exec I did this process for stata14. In my Ubuntu 15.01 machine I found the file in the following folder cd /usr/share/applications/ sudo vim stata14.desktop The file initially was like this: 1 ...


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Thanks to @whtyger. There were necessary steps I was unaware of. 1) Add text/x-session session line to /etc/mime.types 2) Copy icon file to theme folder: sudo cp my_icon.png /usr/share/icons/Mint-X/mimetypes/48/text-x-session.png sudo ln -s text-x-session.png /usr/share/icons/Mint-X/mimetypes/48/gnome-mime-text-x-session.png sudo gtk-update-icon-cache ...



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