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Terminal Here

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Nautilus Script

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Terminal Here
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  20490
Submitted:  Jan 9 2008
Updated:  Jun 1 2008

Description:

Open a terminal with the currentdir of nautilus as workdir.
Don't need to select any file in the currentdir.




Changelog:

fixed several bugs




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 good job

 
 by eilu on: Jan 9 2008
 
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very convenient; I love it!


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 ubuntu

 
 by gema on: Jan 9 2008
 
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for ubuntu users: sudo apt-get install nautilus-open-terminal


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 Re: ubuntu

 
 by 00061205 on: Jan 10 2008
 
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by your method can't open a terminal with desktop dir as work dir.always ~


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 Re: Re: ubuntu

 
 by angrykeyboarder on: Aug 2 2008
 
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1) Right-click on desktop.

2) Select "Open Terminal Here"

3) Note cursor in terminal is @ ~/Desktop $


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 Re: ubuntu

 
 by ct1egh on: Sep 20 2008
 
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Works fine on 8.04 LTS. Great script


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 Dubt

 
 by skavoovee on: Jan 14 2008
 
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Good, but where must I put the script or the files?
I put it in ~/.gnome2/nautilus-scripts, but when I select a file o dir, with right click, scripts/TerminalHere always open the term on ~/.gnome2/nautilus-scripts/terminalhere, what can I do?
This is de content of TerminalHere:
~/.gnome2/nautilus-scripts$ more TerminalHere
#!/bin/bash

#Open a terminal with the currentdir of nautilus as workdir.
#Don't need to select any file in the currentdir.
##########################################################################
# Nautilus "Terminal Here" Script #
##########################################################################
# #
# Created by Xinyu Du #
# Emails: glacier_05@yahoo.com.cn #
##########################################################################
wdir=echo ${NAUTILUS_SCRIPT_CURRENT_URI#file://}
gnome-terminal --working-directory=$wdir

Thanks


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 Re: Dubt

 
 by 00061205 on: Jan 16 2008
 
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I don't know why. I test it in my system but it work well. I think you should change the "wdir" to see wether it work as your path.(eg. wdir=/etc)


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 Re: Dubt

 
 by 00061205 on: Jan 16 2008
 
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use command "env" in terminal to see whether your system support the environment variable NAUTILUS_SCRIPT_CURRENT_URI.


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 nautilus-open-termin

 
 by jithu2k1 on: Feb 7 2008
 
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How about using the package nautilus-open-terminal? It is a script extension for nautilus. install it from synaptic and do "killall nautilus". the extension would be loaded in memory. It does exactly the same thing.


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 Too Complicated?

 
 by Chief677 on: Nov 7 2008
 
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why not simply write:

#!/bin/sh
gnome-terminal --working-directory="$PWD"

It does exact the same thing :-)

Maybe I am wrong but it works and also with spaces and other special chars in the file path.

c,Ya


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 by Epsilon1205 on: Jul 11 2009
 
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Great!


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