Broaden your selection: Category/Interface
- '3dFB' is a 3D file manager and browser. 2D file managers work nicely, but with 3D, you can display much more information. The aim of this project is to make a viable, workable, 3D file manager that is not a hog on resources and can actually be usable.
- CLEX is a file manager with a full-screen user interface written in C with the curses library. It displays directory contents (including file status details) and provides features like command history, filename insertion, or name completion in order to help the user to construct commands to be executed by the shell (there are no built-in commands). CLEX is easily configurable and all its features are explained in the on-line help.
- 'cdargs' adds a bookmark feature and a simple filebrowser to the builtin shell command `cd'. This lets you jump to various places throughout the filesystem with just a few keystrokes. It is intended for heavy shell users.
- ' DupeFinder' locates, moves, renames, and deletes duplicate files in a directory structure. It's good both for users who haven't kept their hard drives very well organized and need to do some cleaning to free space, and for users who like to keep lots of backup copies of important data "just in case" something bad should happen.
- 'Endeavour' is a file browser/file manager with an image browser, a recycled objects system, and an archiver front end. It features all the common UNIX file operations for all types of disk objects found the UNIX realm. It also supports disk drive mounting, a fully customizable window appearance, a MIME Types system, and interapplication drag & drop support for KDE and GNOME compatability (although KDE and GNOME are not required).
- Fast Secure File System
- FSFS is a secure, distributed, scalable, user-space file system that exports existing directories securely over the network, letting users store and retrieve encrypted data in a transparent way. FSFS is written as a pair of user space daemons that act as clients and servers. Servers export an existing file system (of virtually any kind) to clients over the network.
- FileManager is a secure (SSL), multi-user, Web-based program for file, directory, and remote command management. It displays full directory information; allows file viewing, deleting, renaming, uploading, downloading, etc.; assists in directory navigation; and can execute any command for which the user account has privilege. It has a built-in text editor for quick editing and file updates and is cross-browser compatible.
- findwild is a utility program to search for files. It works quite differently from other file search programs you have seen. It has a GUI interface and can recall past searches. The following search criteria are available:
- directory path to search, with multiple wildcards ( * ? ) placed anywhere
- file name(s) to search for, with multiple wildcards anywhere
- file name(s) to exclude, with multiple wildcards anywhere
- file content string(s) to search for, with multiple wildcards anywhere
- file content string(s) to exclude, with multiple wildcards anywhere
- file creation/modification date within a desired range
- your choice of delimiters for search strings (defaults provided)
- search the list of files produced by the previous search
- Two-panel fully professional file manager supporting tab based console and gnome-vfs (that allows you to use http, ftp, samba and other commonly used protocols).
- tab based console
- gnome-vfs support (network support under development)
- file change monitoring
- threads for directory loading
- some Nautilus plugins support.
- GFast File
- gFast File is a fast and useful file manager. It includes some nice features like a work queue, intuitive work, personalized tools, support for drag and drop, and much more.
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