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Have you ever been navigating a folder structure, and realize that you need terminal access in a specific location? It’s easy, just install the nautilus-open-terminal package.

From the command line, type


sudo apt-get install nautilus-open-terminal

then type


nautilus -q

to relaunch natilus.

Now, right click on any folder, or inside any folder, and the terminal will open in that location.

Jph4X

 

(screenshot from http://askubuntu.com/questions/207442/how-to-add-open-terminal-here-to-nautilus-context-menu)


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