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#1 2010-11-13 20:30:43

DPX-Infinity
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From: Russia
Registered: 2009-10-16
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[solved] nautilus-open-terminal configuration

Hi,
I've just discovered that nautilus and some other Gnome programs dropped some nasty dependencies (or maybe I've already installed them with other packages, I don't know smile) and is now working in minimal WM environment without tweaks. So I've installed nautilus and its extension for terminal launching. But it launches xterm by default, and I found no configuration dialogs or any other means of configuration. How to change default terminal to urxvt for example?

Thanks.

Last edited by DPX-Infinity (2010-11-14 06:27:50)

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#2 2010-11-13 20:42:12

sisco311
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Registered: 2008-05-23
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Re: [solved] nautilus-open-terminal configuration

Change the default terminal. Edit the value of the /desktop/gnome/applications/terminal/* gconf keys.

Last edited by sisco311 (2010-11-13 20:47:22)


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#3 2010-11-13 22:02:52

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Re: [solved] nautilus-open-terminal configuration

sisco311 wrote:

Change the default terminal. Edit the value of the /desktop/gnome/applications/terminal/* gconf keys.

there are no such keys. in fact, there are very little number of keys in gconf. I don't know whether it will work if I create them. Which are their names exactly?

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#4 2010-11-13 22:32:22

sisco311
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Re: [solved] nautilus-open-terminal configuration

You have to install gnome-vfs.


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#5 2010-11-14 06:27:33

DPX-Infinity
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Re: [solved] nautilus-open-terminal configuration

Thanks, now it works smile

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