Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 97704
please add a nautilus script to open a terminal in a particular directory
Last modified: 2015-01-07 19:05:32 EST
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Description of problem:
I'm using a script for nautilus that opens a gnome-terminal in a particular
directory: I right click on a dir and select "gnome terminal here" and voila', a
new terminal is opened and the working directory is changed to the one selected
in nautilus. it is really useful.
Can you add such a script as a default in the next redhat release?
you can find scripts here: http://g-scripts.sourceforge.net/
on the site it says that the scripts doesn't works for gnome 2.2, however i'm
using the "gnome2-terminal-here" script in redhat 9, and it works perfectly.
btw, kde in redhat 9 has already a similar option, so why not adding one to
gnome too ?
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Steps to Reproduce:
Using scripts for this seems hacky and confusing. There has been talk about
registering gnome-terminal to handle directory types in gnome. It might even be
implemented in cvs now. When this gets into a stable gnome release it'll get