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GNOME File Manager is a file manager for GNOME 2 based on gnome-vfs by Miroslav 'mirco' Bajtos
VFU is console (text mode) file manager for UNIX/Linux.
Main features are:
- Console (text mode)! ( yes -- repeat that :) )
- Fast single-key commands.
- Copy/move/erase of selected files/single file/single file while selection exists.
- Overwrite prompt when copy/move (Yes/No/Always/Never/...).
- Filename completion (incl. extended completion: `*some.zip' ).
- Powerfull ChangeDir function (w. history, preset favorite dirs...).
- Directory tree (with sizes).
- Directory(ies) size calculation (single dir/all dirs).
- Run-time dirs' sizes calculation! (cached from dir tree as option).
- Extensive user-defined external support/utils!
- Interactive/octal chmod and chown (for selected files/single/...).
- File-type colorization (by file type and or extension, DIR_COLORS supprot).
- Incremental search/masking in all file lists.
- Recursive and external rescanning ( Panelize ).
- Archives support (storage/directory) incl. view/browse/extract:
- TAR, ZIP, and many more...
- FTP support (archive-like interface).
- Internal text/hex file viewer (incl. hex editor!).
- Internal text editor! (Small one:))
- Automount feature (optional).
- Works fine under xterm, rxvt, kvt (with colors etc.)
- + much more...
External info about VFU:
fmweb is a web-based filemanager written in Java. It can be used to manage the local filesystem or via the TCP/IP network the filesystems of remote machines.
The communication is via HTTP or HTTPS. fmweb has a built-in WWW server.
Although fmweb is a platform-independent java application, it offers many functions that specialized file managers for the operating system provide.
fmweb is a multi-user application, for each user a "document root" can be defined.
fmweb's picture browsing and manipulation functions allow to use it as a web picture album.
fmweb can be used by webspace providers to give the users simple access to their files. This latest version has been tested on Linux, Windows XP, Windows 2000 and SUN Solaris. Previous versions also worked on AIX and OS/2 and the new version should work on these platforms too.
New in Release 1.4.3
The new FTP backup function allows to transfer the contents of a folder tree from the fmweb server to a FTP backup server. The Commons-net package of the Jakarta project is used internally as FTP client.
If you are upgrading from a previous release, you have to add the commons-oro.jar file to your CLASSPATH in fmweb.bat or fmweb.sh.
- It is a free two-pane file manager for Windows 95, 98, ME, NT 4.0, 2000, and XP.
Why should Servant Salamander 1.52 be the one you choose?
- It is small, fast, stable, and user-friendly.
- It is similar to some widely used MS-DOS commanders like Norton Commander.
- It supports drag&drop, right-click context menus, and clipboard operations with files.
- It allows you to browse network drives without mapping (it supports UNC paths).
What are main features of Servant Salamander 1.52?
- Two independent panels with directory listings.
- Directory listings always up to date.
- Hotkeys for all functions.
- Command line for executing arbitrary commands through the system shell.
- Support for long filenames, file type associations, and compression on NTFS volumes.
- Internal viewer for up to 2 GB files with text and hex modes.
- Executable file about 340 KB (very fast execution).
- Easy handling even with files over 4 GB.
- Changing case of filenames.
- Very fast file search and find.
- User menu for all selected files and directories.
ShellTelnet is a Windows telnet client intended for use with a Unix/Linux shell account.
In addition to the classic telnet functionality, ShellTellnet introduces a new way of browsing Unix hosts. ShellTelnet allows the user to browse files and folders on a remote machine using the Windows Explorer interface.
ShellTelnet includes a hidden FTP client. It makes possible to transfer files without a use of slow and archaic utilities like Kermit and zmodem.
To use ShellTelnet you need a local Windows machine and a remote machine running Unix or Linux. It is assumed that the default shell on the remote machine is BASH.
muCommander is a cross-platform file manager. It features a Norton Commander-style interface and runs on any OS that has support for the Java 2 Platform, Standard Edition.
Release focus: Minor feature enhancements
This release adds support for tar and gzip archives, German, Spanish, and Czech localization, and a number of bugfixes and performance improvements.
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