Posted 21 July 2018 - 07:26 PM
The other way you could do it would be to save the original command as a separate shell script, with an easily identifiable name.
Save it to /usr/local/bin (this is the correct location for locally produced scripts). Then, you could send it to the desktop, and start it from there. If you want to, give it an icon, and rename it. Google/DuckDuckGo are both good sources of icons. Just search for 'PNG icons for (whatever)'. PNG icons work best, due to their transparent 'backdrop'.
If you know how to, you could also add it to your Menu, with a .desktop file in /usr/share/applications. Both of these methods will give you a single-click way to start your script.
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