|Mar 20, 2007, 08:54 PM||#1|
executing shell script on program startup
Basically I have quite a few disk images of games that I don't feel like carrying around all of the time, but as it stands now I actually have to find the disk image, click on it and open the program. I know it is still quick, but I thought that I had read about a hint somewhere that allowed you to automatically execute a shell script before opening a program, but I tried googling and found nothing. One workarounnd I've found is having a shell script open the disk image, open the program and quit the terminal, but the .command extension is annoying me. Anyone know how to do what I am looking for?
MB, 2.0Ghz, 2GB Ram, 80GB
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