Yes. Just be sure to save the new .sh file in the same directory.are you saying that i have to open up the .sh file with gedit, copy all of the text and start a new document in gedit paste from clipboard and save it as a .sh file?
chmod +x start.sh
It's probably a windows text file with \r\n linebreaks and then misses the final newline at the eof (which most editors create automaticly).The included shell script seems to be corrupt somehow. I made a new file with the exact same text and it was 2 bytes smaller for some reason. :/
Just copy/paste the text from the file into a brand new one. Be sure to chmod +x the new file to allow for execution of it.