Move the arrow to the shortcut that you usually run game or another program from the desktop.Click the right mouse button on the context menu, select "Properties".Among other data, you will see the full path to the executable file that is bound to this label.
Open a command prompt.To do this on Linux, run a terminal - xterm, Konsole, et al., And in Windows - the so-called session MS-DOS.Enter the following command: cd full path to where the full path to the file - the entire line, except for the name of the executable file.If you want to specify the contents of the folder, enter the command on Linux ls, and Windows - dir.
Then enter the command: imyafayla.exe klyuchiNaprimer: imyafayla.exe console 1Uchtite that Linux executable extensions arenot.
To use the command line was more convenient, use so-called manager tethers.On Linux, it usually already have - a Midnight Commander.On Windows, it also will have to put, for example, Far Manager.
running the File Manager, navigate to the folder in which the file is executable by using the arrow keys and press "Enter".Move the cursor to the executable file, and then, depending on which of the managers of the files you are working, or press "Alt" + "Enter", or "Ctrl" + "Enter".The file name will be entered automatically into the command line, and after it will automatically appear blank.Now enter after the key (for example, console 1) and press "Enter".
If you are using to run the games running DOS, then, most likely, one or another file manager you have already installed (for example, DOS Navigator), and to run the executable file you use for them.Then, too, go to the folder with the game, move the cursor to the executable file, and instead of "Enter", press "Ctrl" + "Enter".Enter the key, and only then press Enter.Games for DOS uses a different key, such as one of the keys for the game Wolfenstein 3D looks like this: wolf3d.exe -goobers