And yes ... this is another post related to the terminal (console, bash, shell, whatever you want to call it hehe).
It happens that many times we are browsing our folders, with our KDE file browser: Dolphin, and for some reason we need to open a terminal exactly in the place (folder) where we are located.
Well, we can do this in a very simple way ... because it brings the option to open a terminal in that same folder where we are, for example in my case it looks like this:
By default it does NOT have the terminal visible, but, if I press [F4] bingo, it shows me 😀
Gnome users can do this too, they just need to install the package first: nautilus-open-terminal
In other words, whether you are a user of Gnome2, Unity o Gnome3, you install the package nautilus-open-terminal, you close the session and go back in and that's it, you will have the terminal available (with [F4] almost certainly) in your file browser.
That or, if you want to, you can kill the Nautilus process (sudo killall nautilus) and then open a folder, it should still work for you 😉
In short, a little tip that we often overlook and can be useful.