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Opening a Gnome Terminal Inside the Current Directory From Within Nautilus

I'm really starting to like the freedom from windows that debian is giving me. Tonight I needed to do some quick en masse directory manipulation via the shell, only I was browsing the directory via nautilus.

As Apple would say, "there's an app for that", simply install the following package:

sudo aptitude install nautilus-open-terminal

Once I'd done this I needed to restart nautilus, I did this by simply issuing a

killall -1 nautilus

And voila, I now have a right click "open in terminal" option: [caption id="attachment_245" align="aligncenter" width="630" caption="Very handy!"][/caption] Just what I was looking for!