This part of the GUI can have four modes: Command Line, Terminal Emulator, show both and show none. You can choose your mode of operation either on start-up with the Konfigurator Startup page, or for the current session with the Settings menu .
The traditional command line mode offers a single line of input to enter commands, it also features three buttons:
(down arrow) to quick open previous used commands
(green plus button) to add easy Useraction placeholders
(console icon) button with the next options:
Start and Forget
Display Separated Standard and Error Output
Display Mixed Standard and Error Output
Start in New Terminal
Send to Embedded Terminal Emulator
When you start typing your commands,
the command line auto-completion feature will make its offers
according to what you choose in the
System Settings. If you want to change the way
auto-complete behaves in the current Krusader
right click on the command line and change it.
To the left of the input line you can find the local path that
the active panel is currently pointing to. This path is where
your command will be executed. Typing
in the command line will also cause the active
panel to point to this directory.
here to view the
command line keybindings.
The terminal emulator mode is in fact a small console and
acts like one. You can change the active directory in the
terminal by using the
command. The terminal emulator will follow the
active panel directory. You can drag a file from the
List Panel and name of file will pasted
into Terminal Emulator. If you drag multiple files, the names will
pasted into Terminal Emulator. A full-screen terminal emulator can
be used when configured or
between normal and full screen mode. If the command line is hidden,
press Ctrl+Arrow down
to focus the terminal emulator. Ctrl+Arrow up brings you back down.
Ctrl+Shift+Enter paste the filename.
You can close the emulator by typing
Click here to view the Terminal emulator keybindings.