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You can create a desktop file in ~/.local/share/applications, add something like the following contents: [Desktop Entry] Name=Teamspeak Comment=Teamspeak Exec=/path/to/teamspeak.sh Icon=/path/to/teamspeak-icon.png Terminal=false Type=Application StartupNotify=true This is included in the instructions here. I recomend you read them, but you may want to ...
If you know the symlink name and want to transfer the link and the target you can: rsync -a 'symlink' . realdir="$(basename "$(readlink -f 'symlink')")" rsync -a "$realdir" . The first rsync transfers just the symlink. The second command finds the real directory name, and the second rsync transfers the directory content.
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