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Scripts – Lots of Nautilus Scripts September 25, 2005

Posted by Carthik in snippets, ubuntu.
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Go take a loot at the g-scripts homepage, home of many nautilus scripts.

A nautilus script is a bash script that when placed in a special nautilus scripts directory will add menu items to the right click menu when you are using the nautilus file manager. Useful scripts include a script to add more scripts!

Seriously, though, you could add scripts that give you a way to open a terminal window from a specific directory in nautilus, to add selected audio files to the playlist queue in xmms, and more. Check it out.

While we are on the subject of scripts, also visit ShellDorado with scores of shell scripts to do all sorts of wacky things at the terminal.

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1. LaSSarD - October 16, 2005

you don’t need a script to do the open terminal thing:
sudo apt-get install nautilus-open-terminal
killall nautilus
and that’s it =D

2. bingo birthday party ideas - October 29, 2008

bingo birthday party ideas…

dearth openly Layton …

3. seks izle - September 29, 2010

you don’t need a script to do the open terminal thing:
sudo apt-get install nautilus-open-terminal
killall nautilus


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