Re: Could you recommend file manager that are not based on KDE and GNOME?
On Sun, 25 Nov 2007 11:51:20 +0000 (UTC)
> > I have used Linux for 8 years.
> > I have not found any suitable file manager(FM).
> > I use twm. I don't use KDE or GNOME. so don't recommend any FM
> > based on KDE or GNOME I still use command line. I will prefer GUI
> > FM so my life can be a little easier. I use sarge and etch.
> You sound like me to an extent. I run lots of command line under
> fvwm2. However I do have Gnome libraries installed as there are a
> number of Gnome applications that I use, thus if I need a file manager
> I use Nautilus.
There's clex, vfu, and vifm, for command line. Clex is my favourite of
these three. It's simple, and does what I need.
A graphical file manager that's good, and not reliant upon gnome or kde
libraries, is emelfm.