Nautilus Terminal: An Embedded Terminal for Nautilus File Browser in GNOME

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Avishek Kumar

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4 Responses

  1. yc says:

    Can it install on Centos / Redhat ?

    • Avishek Kumar says:

      Yes yc you can install nautilus-terminal in Centos and RedHat.
      use DNF/Yum search to find what you need to install.

  2. allfornaut says:

    I sorta tried this on gnome 3.14 on debian jessie (nautilis 3.14) and it’s not showing up. F4 doesn’t so anything either. maybe i need to do a system restart, not sure. Killed nautilus before trying ofc.

    Btw ‘sudo add-apt-repository ppa:flozz/flozz’ didn’t seem to add the right repo url in, I did ‘add-apt-repository ‘deb vivid main’ ‘ instead.

  3. sonbu says:

    lol, you wrote ‘yum install nautilus-open-terminal’

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