Open As Root(Working)
Nautilus Scripts
Score 58%
Description:

I get tired of not-working Open As Root Nautilus scripts,so I decided to make one.
This one is working and it opens root nautilus in you current directory.The only thing you have to do is to extract it to:
:~/.gnome2/nautilus-scripts"
That is all,now you can start using it.
I am open to any ideas for making the script better.
Hope you will like it.
Last changelog:

9 years ago

0.1 First Release
0.2 Big Buxfixes.Now opens Root Nautilus in Current Dir.

djspider

7 years ago

I like it, it's really useful! Thanks for making this script;)

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lukeen

9 years ago

i don't get it. this is just on basic line.

also there's a package called nautilus-gksu which does the job better than you can do with nautilus-scripts.

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angrykeyboarder

9 years ago

Yep.

In Debian or Ubuntu...

apt-get install nautilus-gksu

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Chrispy

9 years ago

home= is unnessacary, you can use $HOME instead. So no editing is needed

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Chrispy

9 years ago

btw my NScripts contain the Rootilus script. which opens Nautilus as root, in the current directory (no matter which that is)

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chichovoto

9 years ago

It is now updated.It opens Root Nautilus in Current Dir.

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9 years ago

0.1 First Release
0.2 Big Buxfixes.Now opens Root Nautilus in Current Dir.

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updated Mar 16 2008
added Mar 15 2008
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