Re: cli for iso files
> Let me get this straight, you want to use a WM that is less resource
> hungry, but want an alternative to nautilus. You know you can install
> nautilus and run it on any window manager right?
You may be right about there not being a significant difference between one WM and/or desktop environment, and another, in terms of resource usage. Still, I just wish to move away from the two big guys (KDE and Gnome), and try the little guys for a while (Fluxbox, Ion3 -- which I quite like, and xfce4).
Nautilus, I find, just seems to take over when I use it in a different desktop environment/window manager (ie, Fluxbox, etc). It's been a while since I've used nautilus in another desktop environment; so, maybe nautilus doesn't affect other desktop environments in the way I remember. But, once bitten, twice shy; so, I'm avoiding nautilus when I use other desktop environments.