Ok, now I know what the problem is. Setting the command to /home/user/binary/xxx like I did before actually works. I realized that the real problem is though xxx internally calls ./yyy which doesn't work because the current directory is desktop. Any ideas on how to get around this without changing the contents of xxx?
IMHO GNOME FTW! BTW KDE WAD? FWIW. HTH. AFAIK YMMV. OMG WTF BBQ! :rolleyes:
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