I have a desktop shortcut which works perfectly on one laptop with Mint, but triggers an odd error on my new laptop, also with Mint.
This is the shortcut:
[Desktop Entry] Name=Obsidian Exec=/usr/bin/flatpak run --branch=stable --arch=x86_64 --command=obsidian.sh --file-forwarding md.obsidian.Obsidian @@u %u @@ "obsidian://open?vault=Books and Movies" Terminal=false Type=Application Icon=/usr/share/icons/book-stack.png StartupWMClass=obsidian Comment=Obsidian MimeType=x-scheme-handler/obsidian; Categories=Office; Name[en_US]=Books and Movies
The error message:
What’s weird about that is that it’s as if there were no quotation marks in the title (see above). And also Obsidian does launch, just the wrong vault (folder).
Would the install location make a difference? On my other laptop Obsidian is installed in