Nautilus, the GNOME desktop file manager, has a host of functionality for browsing and managing file systems, and for accessing remote servers including Windows shares, FTP servers, SSH servers, and WebDAV servers
Peter Enseleit tell us how to increase or maximize your productivity and discover some features such as Nautilus Scripts and Extensions.
FTA, "...A Nautilus Script is an executable file, written in a scripting language, which can perform some function on files or folders selected from within the Nautilus file manager window â€¦ Nautilus Scripts are run in the shell. All scripts start with a line that tells the shell which program to use to run the script..."
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