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Nautilus is the official file manager for the [[Gnome]] desktop environment. It is designed to be primarly a file manager, but there are support for web and file viewing too. This page is meant to help you find information about Nautilus. Nautilus is the official file manager for the [[Gnome]] desktop environment. It is designed to be primarily a file manager, but there is support for web and file viewing too. This page is meant to help you find information about Nautilus.

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Nautilus

Nautilus is the official file manager for the Gnome desktop environment. It is designed to be primarily a file manager, but there is support for web and file viewing too. This page is meant to help you find information about Nautilus.

How to get a root nautilus

Open GKsu or another way get root and type nautilus in the terminal (in Gnome). The opened nautilus is a root file manager.

Extensions

Nautilus can be enhanced with various extensions. The available packages are named nautilus-*.

  • nautilus-emblems

    • Since version 3.4 Nautilus does not provide any more by default the possibility to add emblems to folders and files. This extension adds this capability to the Properties context menu. The extension is still in alpha stage, e.g. version 0.1.0 from DebianWheezy does not allow to remove emblems. This feature is added in the version from November 2013, however, it is necessary to refresh the Nautilus window (e.g. F5) after each change to see the added or removed emblem.

  • nautilus-open-terminal

    • allows to open a terminal in arbitrary local or distant folders. It provides a right-click "Open Terminal" option in any Nautilus window.

Mime

Since 2.8 GNOME fully supports the freedesktop.org standards.

See also