Ubuntu does not have the option to open terminal from current directory in nautilus file manager. But it is a handy option which most of us need. You can add this feature by installing the package nautilus-open-terminal.
- Ubuntu - 12.04, 14.04
You can install the package from terminal using the command
sudo apt-get install nautilus-open-terminal
Then restart nautilus file manager using the command
killall nautilus && nautilus &
Now you will be able to open terminal from the current folder from right-click context menu.
What if you want to do the reverse? What if you to open file manager of current folder from terminal. Simple. You can use the following command to open current folder in file manager from terminal
These commands will save us time and make it easier to work. Feel free to post your comments.