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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 ...


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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 ...


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Still unsure as to the exact cause of this, but 'solved' my problem by doing killall nautilus, then clicking on "Files" again.


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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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