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Embedding Terminal in Nautilus - Nautilus Terminal

Nautilus Terminal is a terminal embedded in Nautilus, the GNOME's file browser. It is always open in the current folder, and follows the navigation (the "cd" command is automatically executed when you move to an other folder).

Nautilus Terminal features:
 * It always follows your navigation in your folders.
 * It supports Copy/Paste (Ctrl+Shift+C / Ctrl+Shift+V).
 * It supports drag & drop of files and folders.
 * It can be hidden/shown when you want (with the F4 key).
 * It is resizeable.

Installing Nautilus Terminal:
Open the terminal and type following command to install Nautilus Terminal
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:flozz/flozz
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install nautilus-terminal
Once installed, restart Nautilus using following command to apply the changes or you can log off and log back in back.
nautilus -q

NOTE: Compatibility with Nautilus:
Nautilus Terminal 1.0 works with Nautilus 3.0 and 3.2
Nautilus Terminal 0.7.1 and previous work only with Nautilus 2.2x and Nautilus 2.3x


Michael Robinson said...

Thanks for this tutorial, very helpful. Nautilus-terminal is great!

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