Gran paquete de scripts para nautilus

Para quien use Gnome/Nautilus aquí hay un buen conjunto con más con 125 scripts que pueden ejecutarse desde el menú que aparece al pulsar el botón derecho del ratón. Puedes lograr prácticamente cualquier cosa con estos scripts, entre ellas editar imagen, audio y vídeo, crear paquetes DEBs y RPMs, lanzar terminales y mucho más. Es destacable que, al igual que en el menu principal del sistema, los scripts estan ordenados por categorías en vez de mostrar una fila interminable de aplicaciones.La instalación de los scripts no puede ser más simple:

cd ~/.gnome2/nautilus-scripts
wget http://g-scripts.sourceforge.net/nautilus-scripts.tar.gz
tar zxvf nautilus-scripts.tar.gz

O sea, sólo hay que descomprimir el paquete de scripts en el directorio que nautilus tiene reservado para ellos ($HOME/.gnome2/nautilus-scripts).

nautilus-scripts.png

Esta es la lista de los scripts:

|-- Archiving
| |-- Compress__.bz2_
| |-- Compress__.gz_
| |-- Decompress
| |-- archiver-unarchiver
| |-- gnome-archive
| |-- super-extractor
| `-- unrar
|-- Execute
| |-- Open Terminal Here
| |-- Play in XMMS
| |-- XMMS
| |-- command_prompt_here
| |-- gedit
| |-- ghex
| |-- glimmer
| |-- gnome2-terminal-here
| |-- root-nautilus-here
| |-- root-terminal-here
| |-- run
| |-- terminal-here
| |-- xemacs
| |-- xine
| `-- xsu-terminal-here
|-- File Info
| |-- FileUsedBy
| |-- Search Here
| |-- Show MD5 Sum
| |-- Show_Parameters
| |-- filetype
| |-- ggrep
| |-- gtk-du
| |-- gtk2-du
| |-- gtk2-grep
| |-- mimetype
| `-- wordcount
|-- File Processing
| |-- Mail In Evolution
| |-- New Text Document
| |-- concatenate
| |-- dos2unix
| |-- doublespace
| |-- latex
| |-- latex2ps
| |-- mail_file
| |-- mail_file2
| |-- maker
| |-- new-text-document
| |-- pdf2ps
| |-- pixdir2html.pl
| |-- pprint
| |-- print
| |-- print_with_openoffice
| |-- ps2pdf
| |-- scp2host
| |-- scp_to_host
| |-- search_n_replace
| |-- secure copy
| `-- superexec.py
|-- File System Management
| |-- Get Photos
| |-- Junksorter.pl
| |-- Make Link
| |-- QuickBurn
| |-- Search Here
| |-- UnExec
| |-- burn_dir
| |-- burn_iso
| |-- change_name
| |-- chmod
| |-- chmog
| |-- copyhome
| |-- junksorter
| |-- linker
| |-- lowercase
| |-- mount_loopback
| |-- moveup
| |-- set_exec
| |-- set_read_only
| |-- shredder
| `-- uppercase
|-- Multimedia
| |-- Create_Thumbnail
| |-- Naudilus
| |-- Play_in_XMMS
| |-- Queue to XMMS
| |-- Show Digital Photo EXIF data
| |-- XMMS_Enqueue
| |-- convert_to_jpeg
| |-- convert_to_png
| |-- create-vcd
| |-- dv_to_mpg
| |-- mirror_jpg
| |-- queue_to_xmms
| |-- rotate
| |-- rotate_image
| |-- rotate_jpg_left
| |-- rotate_jpg_right
| |-- scale_image
| |-- scale_image_to_sizes
| |-- slideshow
| `-- watermark
|-- Obsolete
| |-- RPM-install-update
| |-- bzip2
| |-- converter
| |-- create-zip
| |-- create_file
| |-- create_targz
| |-- gb-unzip
| |-- gzip
| |-- mail_image
| |-- mailinbalsa
| |-- to_upper
| `-- uncompress_all
`-- System Configuration
|-- Debian_Package
|-- Hide or Show Hidden Files
|-- Install to Palm
|-- Install_Galeon_Theme
|-- Query_RPM
|-- RPM-install-update
|-- RPM-tools
|-- Set image as Wallpaper
|-- Set_as_Directory_Icon
|-- Set_as_Wallpaper
|-- Show_Directory_Metafile
|-- archiver-config
|-- install_rpm
|-- make-nautilus-script
|-- make_launcher
|-- pseudo-nautilus
`-- pynautilus

Visto en Ubuntu Unleashed

2 Comments »

  1. 1
    eddie Says:

    Muchísimas gracias por esta info!…

    Originalmente estaba buscando algo así para convertir imágenes de png a jpg pero ahora veo que sirve para miles de cosas más jeje

    saludos!

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