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  1. I wrote a few shell (bash?) scripts to simplify some of my tasks in my Kali and Ubuntu Live discs. These were saved as .sh files that could be run when I double-clicked them. I am in the process of writing others for other repetitive tasks Now that I have updated to Kali 2.0, I cannot run these by double-clicking them. Setting them to run in "Run application" returns a message that says: "unable to locate program" I have just written a program called script.sh: #!/bin/bash/ echo "Hello World" And this one has the same difficulties. They all run in terminal with "sh script.sh", but that defeats their simplicity. The same problem happens in Kali and Ubuntu, so I don't think it is a Kali 2.0 issue, but it is the first place I noticed the issue. Permissions are set to run as programs, and the properties tab is checked for "Allow executing file as a program."
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