Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Nautilus Terminal: Embed Linux Terminal To Nautilus File Browser


The Terminal is perhaps one of the most integral parts of any Linux OS, even if a non-GUI-based, Slackware-style operating system seems a thing of the past. This is because, despite the introduction of Ubuntu-based operating system with Software Centers, one often requires using the Terminal for executing system-related commands, adding/removing repositories and downloading application packages. While opening the Terminal can be a bit irritating, particularly if you’re using the classic start menu, it might be quite handy to embed Terminal to the Nautilus file browser. Nautilus Terminal is an extension that adds Terminal to the file browser, following navigation with automatic execution of the “cd” command when you move between folders.

Nautilus terminal fully supports all common functions such as copy/paste (using Ctrl+Shift+C and Ctrl+Shift+V) and drag & drop functionality.

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