Adding “Open in Terminal” to the GNOME Context Menu

This feature was a fantastic that saved me a lot of time,
Sometimes you might have wanted to open a folder in a terminal without cd’ing from the start in a terminal.
Here is how it can be done. There is feature in Gnome which allows you to do the same by installing the following package.
sudo apt-get install nautilus-open-terminal

After restarting you can find that there is a new addition in the Context menu which says “Open in Terminal”



About kishanthan

I’m currently working as a Software Engineer at WSO2, an open source software company. I hold an Engineering degree, majoring in Computer Science & Engineering field, from University of Moratuwa, Sri Lanka.
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