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Gnome-terminal start directory

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How do I get a gnome-terminal to start in a specific directory other than the users root?

Thanks in advance.
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(cd somedir; gnome-terminal)&  in a terminal window works for me. You could also make an icon with that as the command line.
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Cheers......
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