According the gnome-terminal usage: You can also scroll up or down one line at a time by pressing Control+Shift+Up or Control+Shift+Down. In this document shows: Control + Shift + Up / Down can ...
When I mainly used Windows, to make a shortcut, I could use a regular file detailing where it linked to, with the extension .lnk or .url Now, on Linux, I mainly use symbolic links, which are a ...
I'm using Thunar. What i want is remove Networks since i don't use it, and add Lello below videos. I know if you right click on any folder like videos you can remove the shortcut, I don't know how ...
I've got a local network with a shared drive mounted to it, all machines running Fedora (and some Windows). When we want to share a file, there is no easy way of just getting a link for the file like ...
How to make a Desktop “shortcut” that opens the terminal but under a different directory than the default home?
Objective I am looking for an easy way to consistently run a terminal that automatically opens to a specific directory. Is there a way to do that without changing the default directory? Preferably I ...