2 pane, swiss army knife file manager?
gheskett at wdtv.com
Tue Nov 20 01:30:33 UTC 2012
On Monday 19 November 2012 20:29:41 Felix Miata did opine:
> On 2012-11-19 17:12 (GMT-0500) Gene Heskett composed:
> >> >> Try http://silk.apana.org.au/fclftp.html
> >> Debian Repository
> >> Users of Debian based Linux systems (including Ubuntu) can stay up to
> >> date by adding the File Commander repository to their sources list.
> >> So that package integrity can be verified, download the File
> >> Commander public key and add it to your system using either "sudo
> >> apt-key add" or Synaptic Package Manager
> >> (Settings/Repositories/Authentication/Import Key File). Add the line
> >> deb http://silk.apana.org.au/debian lenny main
> > lenny, this is 10.04.4 LTS? Anybody can name this stuff, I've always
> > gone by the version numbers myself and have made no real effort to
> > remember a given releases "nick".
> It's built to run on everything 3-4 years old and newer. On *buntu that
> means 8.10 and newer.
> More copy & paste (from a table):
> Debian Lenny
> Ubuntu Intrepid and up filecommander_2.40-release1_lenny_i386.deb
Apparently not available from my configured repos.
> Red Hat
> OpenSUSE 11+
> Mandriva 2009 filecommander-2.40-release1_fedora10.i386.rpm
> Centos 5
> RHEL 5
> OpenSUSE 10 filecommander-2.40-release1_centos5.i386.rpm
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