Ubuntu file manager

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  1. cet

    cet Registered Member

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    I wonder if there is a better file manager in Ubuntu.I am using nautilus which is default at the moment.I have read that there is a program called elementary nautilus but since it is not being developed I did not install it.
    I would love to learn from the experienced users if there is an add-on or a program to replace nautilus or make it better.
    I am using Ubuntu 32 bit LTS 10.04
     
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    are you looking for any particular features?
     
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    Ok I will stick with the default nautilus.I was thinking about the Krusader a dual panel file manager.
     
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    Yes, that's the one I'm using, too. It's really good.
     
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    When you install the Gnome Commander does it replace the Nautilus or does it work as another program.
     
  8. tlu

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    No, it doesn't replace Nautilus.
     
  9. mack_guy911

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    very interesting tool great tool thanks even i some how miss that :thumb:

    thanks very much ocky and tlu

    with this tool you can copy past files anywhere to any root place also you can reset permission of files great tool indeed exploring right now :D
     
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    whats your guys idea about mc

    sorry i hate to try new things on linux unless sure but ocky tempts us too much with his great software's :D
     
  11. tlu

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    It's good and it works on the console which can be very useful. But Gnome Commander is more user-friendly, IMO.
     
  12. mack_guy911

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    i tried of them right now

    Krusader

    mc

    gnome commander .......


    out of them i agree with you tlu gnome commander is best and pretty straight forward and easy to use thanks again guys (ocky and tlu) :thumb:
     
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