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Note Linux generally uses the terms directory and subdirectory for the places you put files, whereas
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Windows refers to them as folders. It s merely a matter of semantics. However, within the Nautilus file browser, directories are pictured as folders and are referred to as such.
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Figure 12-2. Your personal area on the hard disk is in the /home directory and is named after your username.
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Some programs might create subdirectories in your home directory in order to store and organize their output. For example, a digital camera program might create a Pictures directory within your /home directory. It s up to you whether you use these. The standard practice within the Linux community is to simply save everything into your /home subdirectory (for example, /home/keir) and sort it out later! Files within Ubuntu remember who owns them. If user johnsmith creates a file, he can make it so that only he can read or write the file (the default setting is that other users will be able to read the file, but not write any new data to it). Directories, too, are owned by
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people, and the owner can set access permissions. By default, all users on a system can access each other s /home directories and read files, but they won t be able to change the files or write new files to any directory within /home that isn t theirs.
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Note Any user with superuser powers has access to all of the system and can create, edit, and delete files
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in all directories. This is so the user can perform essential system maintenance.
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Nautilus is the name of the default file browser in Ubuntu. It s similar to My Computer or Windows Explorer under Windows, in that it presents a list of files on the right side of the window and a series of shortcuts to popular locations within the file system on the left side. Starting Nautilus is simply a matter of clicking the Places menu and choosing a location, as shown in Figure 12-3.
Figure 12-3. You can open a file browser window by selecting a location from the Places menu.
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The Nautilus window (see Figures 12-1, 12-2, and 12-4) consists of several elements: Menu bar: The Nautilus menu bar has File, Edit, View, Bookmarks, and Help menus. The View menu offers options for controlling the way files are displayed in the Nautilus window, as well as the look and feel of Nautilus itself. The Edit menu lets you manually cut, copy, and paste files. The Go menu lets you quickly jump to other locations in the file system. Using the Bookmarks menu options, you can create web browser like shortcuts to certain locations in your file system, so you can access them instantly. There are also some ready-made bookmarks for folders in your /home directory: Documents, Music, Pictures, and Videos. Toolbar: As in a web browser, the toolbar allows you to quickly move backward and forward from place to place in your browsing history. In addition, you can reload the file listing, in order to reflect any changes that might have taken place since the Nautilus window opened, and quickly navigate to popular file system locations, such as your /home directory. Location bar: This feature, located beneath the toolbar, is unique to Nautilus and works in two modes. The first mode, which we ll call button mode, is activated by default. This shows individual directories as buttons on the location bar and lets you see where you are in your file system at a glance, as well as quickly and easily move through your file-browsing history. For example, if you start in /home/keir (displayed as the keir button), and then browse to /home/keir/Pictures/holiday/disneyworld, clicking the Pictures button will return you to /home/keir/Pictures. The other folders listed on the location bar (holiday and disneyworld in this example) won t disappear and will still have buttons, so you can return to those as well. It s best demonstrated by example, so give it a try! The second mode, activated by clicking the icon to the left of the location bar buttons, switches the location bar into a more traditional, text-based bar, where you can type paths and filenames manually. To switch back to button mode, click the icon again. Zoom controls: To the right of the location bar are the zoom controls. These make the icons representing the files bigger or smaller. When you re browsing a lot of files at once, shrinking them will fit more in the window. On the other hand, when you re viewing photo thumbnails, it can be handy to increase the zoom setting, so you can see more detail in the pictures.
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