Ten of the best Linux file managers
Sep 25, 2009, 16:35 (0 Talkback[s])
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"To Linux users, the file manager is as close to their hearts as
their text editor. There is a reason for this: with the Linux
operating system, and its various desktops, there are many file
managers. Each has standard, as well as individual, features.
"In fact, there are so many file managers, and so many specific
features, it is worth listing 10 of the best choices. See if one of
these file managers meets or surpasses your needs.
"1. Command line
Although the command line is not just a file manager, you cannot
have a listing of Linux file management tools without including it.
Without these tools, working on headless servers would be a
challenge, unless you are using remote desktop."