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I would need to add a new entry in the applications menu related to a command to be executed in the terminal and I tried to use this expression in the .desktop file:

Exec=pantheon-terminal -e "bash -c 'cd /opt/FlexServer; sudo ./lmgrd -c /opt/FlexServer/safe.lic; $SHELL'"

but it does not work in Elementary while a similar expression using gnome-terminal works in Ubuntu 18.04.
I tried to use the AppEditor utility too but without success.
How can I solve this problem?

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    Did you try with io.elementary.terminal instead of pantheon-terminal? – Vlad Jan 30 '20 at 16:22
  • Thanks, io.elementary.terminal seems to be the right name for terminal. Following Your hint I have tried with -e or --execute= (i.e. io.elementary.terminal --execute="bash -c 'cd /opt/FlexServer; sudo ./lmgrd -c /opt/FlexServer/safe.lic; $SHELL'"), only the terminal opens but the commands doesn't work. Could it be a syntax error? – Andrew-63 Jan 31 '20 at 17:18

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