Ubuntu :: Start An Application In Terminal?

Apr 29, 2010

I have a binary application that runs only in shell, now I want to open it from another application(Mathematica program) but simply invoking it will start it in memory but not in a shell.

I tryed "bash app" which does not work and "gnome-terminal app" just opens the terminal without launching that application.

Ps: Its the same thing as in Java when you want to invoke a system command like
ping but you need to do it like this .exec("cmd ping") instead of just ping.

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PyNotify support disabled on your platform.
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