Terminal for Nautilus nautilus 3.x eg Ubuntu Oneiric 11:10Filed under: Events;
Updates that will fix the crashes of the Nautilus file manager in connection with extensions nautilus-open-terminal and Ubuntu One, have been published so now. The crashes should now be history. Anyone still looking for an alternative to nautilus-open-terminal, should look at maybe Nautilus Terminal.The expansion brings a terminal directly to the file manager, version 1.0, the extension now understands even with Nautilus 3.x, so that they can use in Ubuntu Oneiric 11:10.
The installation of the extension can be done directly from the developer of the PPA. Integrate the triple jump from the usual source, read and re-sources package in Ubuntu install brings one to the goal. Finally, it must be restarted from scratch Nautilus.
$ Sudo apt-add-repository ppa: Flozz / Flozz$ Sudo apt-get update$ Sudo apt-get install gnome-terminal$ Killall nautilus
Then appears automatically when you start the file manager, a terminal at the top of the application window. About the “handle” files between the terminal and the terminal can enlarge or reduce it just too completely, so that one no longer sees it. Alternatively, you can also the terminal with “F4″ and show them again. Furthermore, you can drag files from the file manager into the terminal, so that the path of the file is copied and copy content with Ctrl + Shift + C or Ctrl + Shift + V or paste again.
Should you want to customize the terminal permanently, so that you can about the configuration file ~ /. make nautilus-terminal. The file does not by nature, so you must invest them with an editor …
$ Gedit ~ /. Gnome-terminal
… and then for example Insert these lines. About them you can determine the height of the terminal area, specify the location of the terminal and also say whether the terminal building should be made visible. Optionally you can also specify that a different shell to use.
123456789101112[General]# The terminal height (lines)def_term_height = 5# The default visibility in new terminal windows? (1: Visible, 0 Hidden)def_visible = 1# The terminal position (1: top, 0: Bottom)# NOTE: it's not recommended to put the terminal on the bottomterm_on_top = 1[Terminal]# The shell to use (use the user's terminal nautilus shell defined by default)shell = / bin / bash[General]# The terminal heightdef_term_height = 5# The default visibility in new terminal windows?def_visible = 1# The terminal position# NOTE: it's not recommended to put the terminal on the bottomterm_on_top = 1[Terminal]# The shell to useshell = / bin / bash
Terminal Nautilus is certainly a great addition to the file manager. I have the extension set with me so that I it is hidden by nature, and only becomes visible, press F4. So I'm always a terminal with the current folder at hand, without that I must patch up the desktop with terminal windows.
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