Open Terminals at any directory location, on the fly using nautilus-open-terminal extension
Posted on: 01/05/2011 02:49 PM

Linuxers shows you how to Open Terminals at any directory location, on the fly using nautilus-open-terminal extension

Open Terminals at any directory location, on the fly using nautilus-open-terminal extension


Many times, when you are navigating through folders using a file browser and after reaching somewhere deep into the hierarchy you realize that a terminal is required. Of course, it hardly takes any time to open a terminal and reach that location, but aren't computers all about getting things done as quickly and comfortably as possible? So, here is a nautilus extension for all such users - "nautilus-open-terminal".

This extension adds an option in the Right-Click Menu to open a terminal on the fly at that folder location. This way you don't have to go through the trouble of opening a terminal and entering the address. This comes in handy a lot.
Install nautilus-open-terminal



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