I am having a "brain lapse" today. I forgot how to save terminal/konsole commands for double clicking on later. KDE works for me. I have several things I do very repetitively like updates, upgrades, autoremove, autoclean, etc... I was thinking of just writing a simple list in a Konsole/Terminal and then saving it so that I can just double click on the desktop and walk away for a few minutes as needed. I hate typing these simple commands over and over each week. I don't want to automate the process. When I decide to update, etc... I'll manually launch my saved command structure. At least that is what I prefer. Lets make it super simple for this post. I use multiple lines but for here lets just look at these two commands: sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get autoremove I don't want to save the root password. I'll type it each time to remain secure, but I only want to type it once and then let my 4-8 commands run. Can someone use my simple command above and give me a step by step. I must be missing something easy because its not working on this end. Again, KDE/Terminal if possible because all my distro's have it.