Re: Global nautilus scripts directory

On Wed, 2003-11-12 at 01:05, W. Michael Petullo wrote:
> I am a long time user of Nautilus but a new member of this mailing list.
> I have a lot of experience with OpenBSD and GNU/Linux programming and
> a bit with programming using various GNOME tools.
> I am a big fan of Nautilus's script interface and I believe
> Nautilus needs a global scripts directory.  Currently, Nautilus
> will search ~/.gnome2/nautilus-scripts for scripts.  Something like
> /usr/share/nautilus/scripts should also be an option.  Scripts can do a
> lot of great things and a system administrator should be able to share
> new capabilities with all of the users on a system.  See GNOME bugzilla
> bug #119972.
> Obviously, this would be a pretty simple addition.  I would like to hear
> if others think this is a good idea.
> -- 
> Mike
> :wq

Hi Mike,

	why not do a simple

	rmdir ~/.gnome2/nautilus-scripts
	ln -s /etc/global-nautilus-scripts ~/.gnome2/nautilus-scripts

	optionally followed with a

	mkdir /etc/global-nautilus-scripts/$LOGIN



PS. KISS is my motto ;-)

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