Hello dear follow members of the Linux Mint community,
One thing I miss from Windows operating system is the ability to click and then copy the path for a folder via the Explorer handler. In Linux Mint it's called Nautilus. I wish to copy the path for a folder and then use that information in Terminal to do some experimenting with Java.
Now, I know the answer are on the web. But I cannot find a good search string to find it.
Today, when I open for example Documents, it looks like this:
But I want to know the pathway to this folder. Yes, I can right-click the folder "Documents" and then get the information. But Windows Explorer has such a easy way to do this. How do I change the settings so I can more easily mark the pathway in Nautilus?
Thank you for taking the time to look at my thread.
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Two good books in your shelf:
Ubuntu for non-geeks 4:th edition and Linux in a Nutshell 6:th edition