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    Please alternatives to Nautilus File Manager!

    Can't stand Nautilus as a file manager - too many darn browser type crap! And its ugly. How about midnight commander? Can it be used as a file manager interface? If so how can I get it install it and make it work? 8) Any suggestions and explainations are appreciated.

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    Re: Please alternatives to Nautilus File Manager!

    try konqueror

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    Re: Please alternatives to Nautilus File Manager!

    Aren't there any file manager applications that are not browsers? Seems like alot of programing for something basic.

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    Re: Please alternatives to Nautilus File Manager!

    gmc (Gnome Midnight Commander) is just a file manager. So is TKDesk and XFM I belive.

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    Re: Please alternatives to Nautilus File Manager!

    Midnight Commander is the best file manager out there, if you can live with console, as God meant for us too do ;D

    If you must have a GUI Windoze-like FM, try XWinCommander.

    Midnight Commander rocks. Has built in FTP, lets you look inside tarballs and does RPMs (if you want). Plus, it has the best simple text editor in the universe built in.

    MC is a clone of the Norton Commander of old, in the days before computers sucked!

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    Re: Please alternatives to Nautilus File Manager!

    how do i access midnight commander from gnome?

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    Re: Please alternatives to Nautilus File Manager!

    how do i access midnight commander from gnome?
    Open up a terminal and type mc.

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    Re: Please alternatives to Nautilus File Manager!

    Way kool ursidae! Thanks ... Now can I remove Nautilus?

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    Re: Please alternatives to Nautilus File Manager!

    yup

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    Re: Please alternatives to Nautilus File Manager!

    Yahooooo! If anyone is interested u can look a symlinks u made as follows:
    ls -al /dev | less

    ls /dev and look for @ next to devices with links to them

    ls -al / | less Someone posted this for me

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