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 Ampps 3.7 in Gnome 3 Dashboard, Adding a sudo launcher for Ampps in Gnome 3.22.3 (0 Replies, Read 534 times)
varelajp
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Hi!

Sucessfully installed and configured Ampps 3.7 on Linux Debian 9.
Everything is fine with: ./usr/local/ampps/Ampps.run

To avoid typing on a root console and leave it open with a running process, I tried to add Ampps to my Gnome 3 Desktop Dashboard.
I created a new ampps.desktop file saved on /usr/share/applications:
[Desktop Entry]
Name=Ampps
Comment="Apache MySQL MongoDB PostgreSQL Perl Php Softaculous Stack"
GenericName="Web Tools Stack"
Exec=gksu ./usr/local/ampps/Ampps.run
Icon=/usr/local/ampps/apache/icons/ampps/ampps.ico
Type=Application
StartupNotify=true
StartupWMClass="Web Server"
Categories=Utility;WebServer;Development;Database;
MimeType=text/plain;inode/directory;
Actions=new-window;
Keywords=ampps;

The icon is fine in the Dashboard Menu and it opens a root password prompt.
BUT
Ampps doesn't start.
Hint: When ./usr/local/ampps/Ampps.run starts from a console, many sudo commands happens. Maybe that's the problem.
Any suggestion?

Thanks in advance...
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