Do you know Beesu ? SL6 CentOS etc.

Discussion in 'all things UNIX' started by Ocky, Mar 22, 2011.

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  1. Ocky

    Ocky Registered Member

    May 6, 2006
    George, S.Africa
    Came across this script which makes working with root files a lot more pleasant - in epel repo.

    Configuring Nautilus with Beesu

    o Open a terminal windows
    o Run the Nautilus Beesu configuration program with the command
    o $nautilus-beesu-manager

    o A Window will pop-up and you have to choose which script to install. At least choose “Open Nautilus here”. It is also recommended to install the script “Open with gEdit”
    Using Nautilus with Beesu Script
    o After installation is done, you can open the normal file browser and navigate to any system folder you might need to access with root privileges.
    o Right-click the system folder and select Scripts >> beesu >> Open Nautilus here
    o Another Nautilus window will appear with root privileges.
    o If you want to be able to edit any script file or configuration file freely, install the script “Open with gEdit”.
    o After the installation, point to any script or configuration file you want to modify with root privileges, right-click and select Scripts >> beesu >> Open with gEdit.
    o gEdit will open the selected script file or configuration file with root access. You don’t have to open a new Nautilus window

    beesu manager.png

  2. mack_guy911

    mack_guy911 Registered Member

    Mar 21, 2007
    interesting stuff thanks for sharing it us ocky :thumb:
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