One of the earlier posts described how to install and run HJSplit in Linux Mint / Ubuntu.
Here is a simple Linux shell script which launches HJSplit everytime when it is executed (for understanding the basics of Linux shell scripts, this is a post to look at):
What the above script does is nothing but save the command that is used to run HJSplit.
Save the script and make it executable with chmod a+x <scriptname> and then finally run it by ./scriptname.sh :
All done, you can now run this script everytime when HJSplit is needed without even remembering the actual command to do it.