Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Open in terminal - Nautilus

I'm a user of the Gnome window manager therefore I use its file manager, Nautilus.
Sometimes, I'm looking for a specific directory and need to start working there from the command line.
By default, Nautilus doesn't provide any tool for doing that but there is a package named 'nautilus-open-terminal' to enable that feature.
For Fedora systems run: sudo yum install nautilus-open-terminal.

For using xterm instead of terminal, check the second item in the 'References' section.


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