Thanks, the package is "nautilus-open-terminal" to anyone who's interested. This one's definitely making it into DOS...
Registered Linux user #481459
YKYAGW you have had about 4 hours sleep in the past two days and you are spending the early hours of the morning writing version two of a script instead of catching up on your Zs
Licat volaré si superturgum Aquila volat
...when you have beaten iwbtg and proudly wear a t-shirt where it says so
...when people in your vicinity asks what sudo is when you wear your favorite t-shirt (Linus Torvalds doesn't need sudo)
...when you cannot understand why everyone else also have to conquer the world, interfering with your plans
...when you had to reboot your computer of two reasons (updated and my USB plugs was ****** up) but you decided that both your torrents and your uptime was more important, waiting with rebooting for 48 hours...
...your case stays open (i know it has been said, but it is cool anyway)
...I'm gonna go to a friend for the first time tomorrow...but only because he has problems with his computer (i may get an old laptop AND get another friend to talk about linux with)
...When at startup your computer says it's kubuntu, in the login screen it is xubuntu and when finally logging on it is ubuntu
...when you read the whole thread and posts here
Install as many operating systems as you can just to see how many your laptop can handle...
> Intel® Pentium® Dual Core T3200 2.0GHz | Running Ubuntu 8.10 Intrepid Ibex
> Currently learning the ins and outs of Ubuntu Server
> The difference between Windows and a virus? Viruses rarely fail...
program quake 5 in asm...from scratch
YKYAGW you decide to take a day off to organize your media collection, following a rigid naming and archiving scheme, and have such a great time doing it that you forget to have lunch.
I'm gonna have a helluva time next week - an unorganized friend is giving me ~120GB of music. I'm determined to organize it if it KILLS me. And it probably will, since I will forget to eat all weekend.
Why are uploads slower than downloads? That's easy. When you upload, the computer has to push the bits upward. When you download, the bits just fall by gravity, so it's much faster.
~/ ~/ on the range...