"mklauncher" the easy way to create launchers in "GNU/Linux"/FreeBSD desktops, that meet the specifications of "free desktop" (GNOME, KDE, LXDE, LXQt, MATE, Razor, ROX, TDE, Unity, XFCE, EDE, Cinnamon, Pantheon, etc.).
Debian, Ubuntu, Fedora, Linux Mint, Red Hat, CentOS, Arch, openSUSE, Gentoo, Kubuntu, Raspbian, elementary OS, Solus, Mageia, Pop!_OS, Clear Linux, Void Linux, NixOS, Alpine, Endless OS.
GNU/Linux 3.X or better, FreeBSD 8.0 or better. You can compile "mklauncher" for "Unix" and "FreeBSD" systems, you only need to install "fpc" (Free Pascal) and "binutils". NOTE: That some distributions use "fpc-laz" instead of "fpc".
NOTE : It is recommended to install the following optional packages, for more functionality : xdg-utils : To be able to use the "xdg-open" command. ... Show How to Install
"mklauncher" is a command line tool, which allows you to create application launchers, with a single line. To create a launcher, you must open a terminal and start a session as administrator : $ ... Show Usage