I recently tried zsh as a shell but didn't like it much. Then removed it and I still continue to use bash.
When I was using bash, I had this cool script 'nautilus-open-terminal' which lets you open a terminal in the directory you are currently in, with right-click to an empty area in nautilus.
However, after removing zsh from my computer, I noticed that nautilus-open-terminal was not working. When I press 'Open In Terminal', the terminal was being opened for a split second and immediately closing itself.
To avoid the terminal to close itself, I set the terminal's preferences as [When Command Exits: Hold the Terminal Open]
As you can see in the above link, Hold The Terminal Open is selected
And after doing this, now I could see the problem. When I pressed 'Open In Terminal', I saw this screen:
Nautilus-Open-Terminal tries to use zsh
To conclude, my nautilus-open-terminal tries to use zsh instead of my bash; therefore it crashes since i do not have a /bin/zsh file anymore.
This problem of 'nautilus-open-terminal immediately closes itself' is quite common as far as I can see. However, from the posts I have seen, people talk about different issues that cause the same problem that I have.
Now comes my question:
How do I reconfigure my nautilus-open-terminal so that it will use the bash instead of zsh?
- And yes, I tried purged remove and installing it again.
Thank you for your interests.