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revised How to make a Desktop “shortcut” that opens the terminal but under a different directory than the default home?
Adding instructions on how to create the shortcut and all on Linux Mint
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comment How to make a Desktop “shortcut” that opens the terminal but under a different directory than the default home?
Wow, it works perfectly! ^^)/ yatta! Thanks user1146332. Hope you don't mind me revising your answer a bit and adding the specific steps I took in case others might find useful. Thanks again.
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comment How to make a Desktop “shortcut” that opens the terminal but under a different directory than the default home?
Where do I enter that command? Rather, how do I create a desktop shortcut?
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comment How to make a Desktop “shortcut” that opens the terminal but under a different directory than the default home?
@IgnacioVazquez-Abrams Not sure what you mean by "plugin for your file manager" but if you mean going to the specifici folder/directory via Thunar (think that's what it's called), right clicking and clicking on "open terminal here", then it requires too many clicks. I would rather just type the CD commands from the terminal. I am just looking for a faster way so I click a button/shortcut from the desktop, it automatically opens a terminal and takes me to a specific directory. Trying to stay in the ternminal environment since I run some commands
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comment How to make a Desktop “shortcut” that opens the terminal but under a different directory than the default home?
@user1146332 think it's gnome-terminal. The one found on Linux Mint Menu called 'terminal' (similar to the Windows XP start menu)
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