I'd like to use the File Preferences settings as someone replied on my last question, but there is NO "File Preferences" tab available in the Home Folder that pops up when I click on it in the Launcher.
Is there a keystroke combination I need to use? If so what is it?
The answer I received said "In Nautilus......"
Is there some other utility or application (
nautilus) I need to launch to configure the GUI preferences that came with the desktop in 12.04.4?
There is a process called
nautilus running on my laptop. It is process id
36.1 MB of system RAM and priority
I would like to view/manipulate the directory structure in my shiny new version of Ubuntu through the provided GUI, as I can do very proficiently from the command line. I am trying to teach my children how command line operations like
ls -al and
chmod in the GUI are difficult, time consuming, eat power and are supposed to be for the benefit of the user.
In doing so, I am demonstrating my limitations and inexperience in this
nautilus GUI, as well as proving my point to them that, in the long term, it is far easier and faster to learn the command line and scripting.