Originally Posted by GunnDawg
It appears as though I got it. just had to append ./ in front of the filename.
That works if the file to be executed is in the same directory as the (menu) script.
More robust would be to use the full path to that script (I.e.: /home/user/bin/script.sh
instead of ./script.sh
How would I make it open up a NEW terminal and then run my .sh file in the new terminal?
Assuming you are using an xterm: xterm scriptname.sh
This will open a new xterm, execute the script and closes the xterm once the script has stopped executing.
Hope this helps.