I'm not sure if this is supposed to happen, but I suspect LXDE just handles this differently to XFCE. According to http://standards.freedesktop.org/des...t/ar01s05.html, the "Path" key tells the desktop environment what path to run the application in. I suspect that because you have given it a 'value' XFCE just ignored it (because it's just whitespace) but LXDE tried to changed directory to an empty path, creating an error. Try this instead:
Originally Posted by kjacobs
(Note removed empty keys).
Exec=tail -f /home/kenneth/Linbpq/logLatest_BBS.txt
If that doesn't work either, try using
Which will hopefully work. This is just guessing, but I'll be on my LXDE machine in a few hours anyway, so I'll test it then.
lxterminal -e tail -f /home/kenneth/....