I am new to elementary OS. I usually use windows. In windows we can create
batch file which can make several command run at command prompt by single click. How to do this in elementary OS?
You can make shell scripts to achieve this. A shell script usually starts with
#!/bin/bash. Let's say you want to execute
sudo apt update and
ls but you don't want to type it every time. So a shell script for that is,
sudo apt update
Save it with ".sh" extension and execute
sudo chmod +x file_name.sh to give the file executable permission. Then you can execute the script by
Take a look here, described well in this answer at askubuntu.