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First of all, /usr/bin/mono-service.exe does not exist. Next, according to your posted link. Your script should read something like this: #!/bin/sh /usr/bin/mono /usr/lib/mono/4.5/mono-service.exe ./AudioRecorder.exe "$@" or #!/bin/sh /usr/bin/mono-service ./AudioRecorder.exe "$@" or #!/bin/bash mono ./AudioRecorder.exe "$@" or #!/bin/sh ...
Here is the URL I found which answers the question. Double click Linux Bash Script and debug with pause commands @terdon's answer is really nice: Your script needs a terminal for you to interact with it. One way of doing that is what @Sebastian suggested. However, note that bash scripts are not really designed to be run this way. A cleaner way ...
Still unsure as to the exact cause of this, but 'solved' my problem by doing killall nautilus, then clicking on "Files" again.
Nautilus used to have these options : View >> Arrange Items >>> 1 Manually 2 By Name 3 By Type 4 By Modification Date 5 By Emblems Suggest "By Name", then it should be alphabetical order.
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