Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Right Click Open Terminal in current folder

nautilus-open-terminal runs on Gnome Windows manager and it allows you to right click in your file manager
and open up your terminal in the current folder. Clearly a very useful tool.

It used to be installed as a default application in many distributions but for some reason it was left out of Fedora 11

To add it back in simply type
sudo yum install nautilus-open-terminal

If it somehow got left out of your Ubuntu installation, then type
sudo apt-get install nautilus-open-terminal

You will need to restart your Gnome session to activate it.

No comments: