The question here is really what do you mean by a "Linux Ubuntu Conversion File"? The primary difference between Linux text files and Windows files is that Linux uses a Carrage Return (CR) at the end of a line and Windows uses a Carrage Return and a Line Feed (CR LF). If you have a linux text file and try to open it with Notepad you get the Lines of data all run together. Open it with Wordpad or MS Word and the apoplication will convert the text for you.
But back to my first point, what do you mean by a "Linux Ubuntu Conversion File"?
I'm using the line above to try and make the playlists that I export from Banshee compatible with my digital music player. When I run the sed portion of this script I'm trying to remove the portion of the path up to where ...
Here I am with English US keyboard input. But I'd like to install say Norwegian, Polish, Japanese, whatever.
I decide the easiest step. Which is to search "input". "Input Method" sounds promising. I run it.
Then I get window. That says: