Ubuntu 18.10 (gnome 3.x)
OK, slow day at work and I was looking through my collection of shell scripts in Nautilus (I mostly use the shell and CLI) : and I see this one file that has a different icon and for the life of my I have NO IDEA why!
Camel face, not camel toe
The two files to either side of it - are also *.bash shell scripts - but have different icons… All have attributes “-rwxr-xr-x” (i.e. 0755) and all start with the “hash bang” :
All three scripts respond the same way to the “file” command :
╰─➤ file mon-xfer.bash mon-xfer.bash: Bourne-Again shell script, ASCII text executable ╰─➤ file movavid.bash movavid.bash: Bourne-Again shell script, ASCII text executable
Why? Why? It’s not a biggy - but it’s perplexing!!!
Also - I probably won’t pastebin the contents of any of these scripts - 'cause I do a lot of swearing and pottymouth words in my shell scripts - like the “F” bomb, and even the “C” bomb
FYI : that mcfuck2mp3.bash script converts crappy apple m4a music files to “proper” mp3 files (and removes the m4a file) - this is only when I’m forced to buy music from the iSore [sic: deliberate] that’s not available anywhere else…