Ubuntu- Quickly opening a shell terminal in any given place

I have been always wondering why this feature is not pre-loaded into Ubuntu. Often times, one is in a particular location (path) within the file system (while using GUI file browser)  and would like to open a terminal with the path defaulted to that particular location. I have been always thinking that this should have been as easy as right clicking and opting to open a terminal. Unlike some other Linux distros, it is not the case in ubuntu. But there is a work around for this problem. Just type:

sudo aptitude install nautilus-open-terminal

and the reuiqred package will be downloaded and installed. You probably would need to restart your computer before you can see the option. After restarting, open a GUI file browser and right-click. You should be able to see the option of opening a terminal in that particular path.


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4 Responses

  1. that is what i was looking for! Thanks

  2. Thanx & will give a try. It’s useful.
    I have configured this option manually in Windows environment using windows registry.


  3. great ..thanks a lot

  4. Still works with
    sudo apt-get install nautilus-open-terminal

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