On work, I am using fedora, where a right click on desktop opens a menu, which allows opening a terminal.
Home, I have kubuntu installed. Is it possible to have the same behavior?
"...fedora, where a right click on desktop opens a menu, which allows opening a terminal.."
Right click the KDE plasma desktop > Desktop settings > Mouse Actions
Application launcher has all applications.
A better version: http://kde-look.org/content/show.php/Favorites+Launcher?content=117639
This is a "containment action" (mouse action) plugin for the KDE Plasma Desktop (KDE SC 4.4 or newer).
With this plugin, you can configure a mouse button click to invoke a menu with your favorite applications.
Instead of listing all applications, it only lists the Kickoff favorite applications.
nautilus-open-terminal will drag all the gnome + nautilus dependencies and will mess Kubuntu.
In Kubuntu if I recall, you just right click the folder you want terminal access and then choose "Open in terminal"
Dolphin (the default KDE file manager) already include this option.
The shortcut for this operation is