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#251 2013-11-19 14:08:14

Seaco
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Re: Poll: Favorite File Manager (GUI or CLI)

GUI
    [39] Thunar
    [37] Dolphin
    [26] PCManFM
    [21] SpaceFM
    [13] Nautilus
    [9] Krusader
    [8] ROX Filer
    [3] Xfe
    [3] nemo
    [3] Sunflower
    [2] qtfm
    [2] Marlin
    [1] caja
    [1] meld
    [1] gnome-commander
    [1] Konqueror
    [1] Enlightenment File Manager
    [1] emacs dired
    [1] muCommander
CLI
    [100] coreutils
    [50] ranger
    [24] Midnight Commander
    [6] vifm
    [3] vidir
    [2] Marlin
    [1] meld
    [1] gnome-commander
    [1] Konqueror
    [1] gitfm
    [1] vfu

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#252 2013-11-20 09:49:39

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Registered: 2013-03-23
Posts: 282

Re: Poll: Favorite File Manager (GUI or CLI)

GUI
    [39] Thunar
    [38] Dolphin
    [26] PCManFM
    [21] SpaceFM
    [13] Nautilus
    [9] Krusader
    [8] ROX Filer
    [3] Xfe
    [3] nemo
    [3] Sunflower
    [2] qtfm
    [2] Marlin
    [1] caja
    [1] meld
    [1] gnome-commander
    [1] Konqueror
    [1] Enlightenment File Manager
    [1] emacs dired
    [1] muCommander
CLI
    [100] coreutils
    [50] ranger
    [24] Midnight Commander
    [6] vifm
    [3] vidir
    [2] Marlin
    [1] meld
    [1] gnome-commander
    [1] Konqueror
    [1] gitfm
    [1] vfu

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#253 2013-11-27 09:45:07

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Re: Poll: Favorite File Manager (GUI or CLI)

GUI
    [40] Thunar
    [38] Dolphin
    [26] PCManFM
    [21] SpaceFM
    [13] Nautilus
    [9] Krusader
    [8] ROX Filer
    [3] Xfe
    [3] nemo
    [3] Sunflower
    [2] qtfm
    [2] Marlin
    [1] caja
    [1] meld
    [1] gnome-commander
    [1] Konqueror
    [1] Enlightenment File Manager
    [1] emacs dired
    [1] muCommander
CLI
    [100] coreutils
    [50] ranger
    [24] Midnight Commander
    [6] vifm
    [3] vidir
    [2] Marlin
    [1] meld
    [1] gnome-commander
    [1] Konqueror
    [1] gitfm
    [1] vfu

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#254 2013-11-27 10:07:50

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Posts: 13

Re: Poll: Favorite File Manager (GUI or CLI)

GUI
    [41] Thunar
    [38] Dolphin
    [26] PCManFM
    [21] SpaceFM
    [13] Nautilus
    [9] Krusader
    [8] ROX Filer
    [3] Xfe
    [3] nemo
    [3] Sunflower
    [2] qtfm
    [2] Marlin
    [1] caja
    [1] meld
    [1] gnome-commander
    [1] Konqueror
    [1] Enlightenment File Manager
    [1] emacs dired
    [1] muCommander
CLI
    [100] coreutils
    [51] ranger
    [24] Midnight Commander
    [6] vifm
    [3] vidir
    [2] Marlin
    [1] meld
    [1] gnome-commander
    [1] Konqueror
    [1] gitfm
    [1] vfu

Last edited by Papun (2013-11-27 10:08:22)

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#255 2015-10-03 07:40:05

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Re: Poll: Favorite File Manager (GUI or CLI)

GUI
    [42] Thunar
    [38] Dolphin
    [26] PCManFM
    [21] SpaceFM
    [13] Nautilus
    [9] Krusader
    [8] ROX Filer
    [3] Xfe
    [3] nemo
    [3] Sunflower
    [2] qtfm
    [2] Marlin
    [1] caja
    [1] meld
    [1] gnome-commander
    [1] Konqueror
    [1] Enlightenment File Manager
    [1] emacs dired
    [1] muCommander
CLI
    [100] coreutils
    [51] ranger
    [24] Midnight Commander
    [6] vifm
    [3] vidir
    [2] Marlin
    [1] meld
    [1] gnome-commander
    [1] Konqueror
    [1] gitfm
    [1] vfu

Last edited by hariskar (2015-10-03 07:40:20)

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#256 2015-10-03 18:58:24

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Posts: 19

Re: Poll: Favorite File Manager (GUI or CLI)

For my cli I like ranger aswell,
then spacefm for gui

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#257 2015-10-03 19:06:51

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Re: Poll: Favorite File Manager (GUI or CLI)

It's a poll: please fix your post.


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#258 2015-10-05 12:51:24

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Registered: 2014-11-04
Posts: 38

Re: Poll: Favorite File Manager (GUI or CLI)

GUI
    [42] Thunar
    [39] Dolphin
    [26] PCManFM
    [21] SpaceFM
    [13] Nautilus
    [9] Krusader
    [8] ROX Filer
    [3] Xfe
    [3] nemo
    [3] Sunflower
    [2] qtfm
    [2] Marlin
    [1] caja
    [1] meld
    [1] gnome-commander
    [1] Konqueror
    [1] Enlightenment File Manager
    [1] emacs dired
    [1] muCommander
CLI
    [101] coreutils
    [51] ranger
    [24] Midnight Commander
    [6] vifm
    [3] vidir
    [2] Marlin
    [1] meld
    [1] gnome-commander
    [1] Konqueror
    [1] gitfm
    [1] vfu


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#259 2015-10-06 15:56:45

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Posts: 13

Re: Poll: Favorite File Manager (GUI or CLI)

GUI
    [43] Thunar
    [39] Dolphin
    [26] PCManFM
    [21] SpaceFM
    [13] Nautilus
    [9] Krusader
    [8] ROX Filer
    [3] Xfe
    [3] nemo
    [3] Sunflower
    [2] qtfm
    [2] Marlin
    [1] caja
    [1] meld
    [1] gnome-commander
    [1] Konqueror
    [1] Enlightenment File Manager
    [1] emacs dired
    [1] muCommander
CLI
    [102] coreutils
    [51] ranger
    [24] Midnight Commander
    [6] vifm
    [3] vidir
    [2] Marlin
    [1] meld
    [1] gnome-commander
    [1] Konqueror
    [1] gitfm
    [1] vfu

Last edited by qyprg (2015-10-06 15:58:13)

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#260 2015-10-13 03:13:54

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Re: Poll: Favorite File Manager (GUI or CLI)

GUI
    [44] Thunar
    [39] Dolphin
    [26] PCManFM
    [21] SpaceFM
    [13] Nautilus
    [9] Krusader
    [8] ROX Filer
    [3] Xfe
    [3] nemo
    [3] Sunflower
    [2] qtfm
    [2] Marlin
    [1] caja
    [1] meld
    [1] gnome-commander
    [1] Konqueror
    [1] Enlightenment File Manager
    [1] emacs dired
    [1] muCommander
CLI
    [102] coreutils
    [51] ranger
    [24] Midnight Commander
    [6] vifm
    [3] vidir
    [2] Marlin
    [1] meld
    [1] gnome-commander
    [1] Konqueror
    [1] gitfm
    [1] vfu

My favourites are Thunar and PCmanFM, but i do not know if double voting is allowed so i cast a vote for Thunar.

Last edited by exidux (2015-10-13 03:14:55)

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#261 2015-10-13 05:04:39

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Re: Poll: Favorite File Manager (GUI or CLI)

@ exidux, you can vote for as many as you like.

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#262 2015-10-13 15:52:01

pdc
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Registered: 2015-05-30
Posts: 13

Re: Poll: Favorite File Manager (GUI or CLI)

GUI
    [45] Thunar
    [39] Dolphin
    [26] PCManFM
    [21] SpaceFM
    [13] Nautilus
    [9] Krusader
    [8] ROX Filer
    [3] Xfe
    [3] nemo
    [3] Sunflower
    [2] qtfm
    [2] Marlin
    [2] emacs dired
    [1] caja
    [1] meld
    [1] gnome-commander
    [1] Konqueror
    [1] Enlightenment File Manager
    [1] muCommander
CLI
    [103] coreutils
    [51] ranger
    [24] Midnight Commander
    [6] vifm
    [3] vidir
    [2] Marlin
    [1] meld
    [1] gnome-commander
    [1] Konqueror
    [1] gitfm
    [1] vfu

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#263 2015-10-13 18:12:38

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From: Benevento, Italy
Registered: 2013-10-27
Posts: 776

Re: Poll: Favorite File Manager (GUI or CLI)

GUI
    [45] Thunar
    [39] Dolphin
    [26] PCManFM
    [21] SpaceFM
    [13] Nautilus
    [9] Krusader
    [8] ROX Filer
    [3] Xfe
    [3] nemo
    [3] Sunflower
    [2] qtfm
    [2] Marlin
    [2] emacs dired
    [1] caja
    [1] meld
    [1] gnome-commander
    [1] Konqueror
    [1] Enlightenment File Manager
    [1] muCommander
CLI
    [104] coreutils
    [51] ranger
    [24] Midnight Commander
    [6] vifm
    [3] vidir
    [1] gitfm
    [1] vfu

--edit per comment below:

@raul_l#264: Thank you for reporting the issue, I'm really surprised that nobody noticed it (myself included) until now. I fixed the formatting error introduced in post #164 (hopefully without introducing new errors tongue). Regarding the emacs dired entry, I'm not sure how to classify it: For what I know, emacs can be run either using the terminal interface or using its own GUI window. I left it in the GUI section for now, but if there is some more familiar with emacs which thinks it should be moved to the CLI section then please do it.

Last edited by mauritiusdadd (2015-10-13 18:54:24)


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#264 2015-10-13 18:19:42

raul_l
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Registered: 2014-11-04
Posts: 38

Re: Poll: Favorite File Manager (GUI or CLI)

I think emacs dired qualifies more as a CLI. Also, there has been an error copying the data from post #163 to #164.


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#265 2015-10-13 19:00:22

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From: İzmir, Turkey
Registered: 2015-04-25
Posts: 164

Re: Poll: Favorite File Manager (GUI or CLI)

GUI
    [45] Thunar
    [39] Dolphin
    [26] PCManFM
    [21] SpaceFM
    [14] Nautilus
    [9] Krusader
    [8] ROX Filer
    [3] Xfe
    [3] nemo
    [3] Sunflower
    [2] qtfm
    [2] Marlin
    [2] emacs dired
    [1] caja
    [1] meld
    [1] gnome-commander
    [1] Konqueror
    [1] Enlightenment File Manager
    [1] muCommander
CLI
    [104] coreutils
    [51] ranger
    [24] Midnight Commander
    [6] vifm
    [3] vidir
    [1] gitfm
    [1] vfu

Google Drive integration thing.


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#266 2015-10-22 08:55:25

raul_l
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Registered: 2014-11-04
Posts: 38

Re: Poll: Favorite File Manager (GUI or CLI)

mauritiusdadd wrote:

Regarding the emacs dired entry, I'm not sure how to classify it: For what I know, emacs can be run either using the terminal interface or using its own GUI window. I left it in the GUI section for now, but if there is some more familiar with emacs which thinks it should be moved to the CLI section then please do it.

In my view, a GUI has clickable icons and other widgets. In emacs dired you can indeed click on the file names but that kind of interaction is quite limited. Most commands need to be entered from keyboard. It's like starting a shell session in emacs - it doesn't turn coreutils into a GUI.


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#267 2015-10-27 03:35:48

cammyman50
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Registered: 2014-06-01
Posts: 28

Re: Poll: Favorite File Manager (GUI or CLI)

CLI: Ranger

GUI: PCmanfm

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#268 2015-10-27 06:43:35

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Posts: 776

Re: Poll: Favorite File Manager (GUI or CLI)

@cammyman50: this is a poll, please edit your post and respect the formatting wink


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#269 2015-10-27 07:48:10

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From: Sweden
Registered: 2015-10-27
Posts: 1

Re: Poll: Favorite File Manager (GUI or CLI)

GUI
    [46] Thunar
    [39] Dolphin
    [27] PCManFM
    [21] SpaceFM
    [14] Nautilus
    [9] Krusader
    [8] ROX Filer
    [3] Xfe
    [3] nemo
    [3] Sunflower
    [2] qtfm
    [2] Marlin
    [2] emacs dired
    [1] caja
    [1] meld
    [1] gnome-commander
    [1] Konqueror
    [1] Enlightenment File Manager
    [1] muCommander
CLI
    [105] coreutils
    [52] ranger
    [24] Midnight Commander
    [6] vifm
    [3] vidir
    [1] gitfm
    [1] vfu

Note; Added vote for cammyman50

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#270 2015-10-27 17:09:10

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Posts: 21

Re: Poll: Favorite File Manager (GUI or CLI)

I use Nautilus because I am bland. On the command line I just ls, mv, cd, cp, and all of that because really, what else do you need from life?


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#271 2015-10-27 17:21:09

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Re: Poll: Favorite File Manager (GUI or CLI)

mauritiusdadd wrote:

this is a poll, please edit your post and respect the formatting wink


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#272 2015-10-27 18:15:15

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Posts: 24
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Re: Poll: Favorite File Manager (GUI or CLI)

GUI
    [46] Thunar
    [40] Dolphin
    [27] PCManFM
    [21] SpaceFM
    [14] Nautilus
    [9] Krusader
    [8] ROX Filer
    [3] Xfe
    [3] nemo
    [3] Sunflower
    [2] qtfm
    [2] Marlin
    [2] emacs dired
    [1] caja
    [1] meld
    [1] gnome-commander
    [1] Konqueror
    [1] Enlightenment File Manager
    [1] muCommander
CLI
    [105] coreutils
    [53] ranger
    [24] Midnight Commander
    [6] vifm
    [3] vidir
    [1] gitfm
    [1] vfu

Last edited by Trinakrian (2015-10-27 18:16:07)


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#273 2015-10-28 06:24:04

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Re: Poll: Favorite File Manager (GUI or CLI)

riggt wrote:

I use Nautilus because I am bland. On the command line I just ls, mv, cd, cp, and all of that because really, what else do you need from life?

cat, you need cat.

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#274 2015-10-28 21:16:56

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From: Kyiv, Ukraine
Registered: 2014-02-05
Posts: 317

Re: Poll: Favorite File Manager (GUI or CLI)

GUI
    [47] Thunar
    [40] Dolphin
    [27] PCManFM
    [21] SpaceFM
    [14] Nautilus
    [9] Krusader
    [8] ROX Filer
    [3] Xfe
    [3] nemo
    [3] Sunflower
    [2] qtfm
    [2] Marlin
    [2] emacs dired
    [1] caja
    [1] meld
    [1] gnome-commander
    [1] Konqueror
    [1] Enlightenment File Manager
    [1] muCommander
CLI
    [105] coreutils
    [53] ranger
    [25] Midnight Commander
    [6] vifm
    [3] vidir
    [1] gitfm
    [1] vfu
    [1] rsync

• in fact, i use GUI file manager (i.e. thunar) only for such things as accessing MTP devices or convenient browsing of samba shares on the local network.

• for regular file/directory operations, midnight commander forever.
i'm also a great fan of its built-in editor.

• for copying big files or recursive copying of directories, even locally, i definitely prefer rsync (due to heavy usage of hard links on my drives, but not only).

• i'm not a fan of Enlightenment FM, despite the fact that i'm the great fan of Enlightenment DE.


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#275 2015-10-28 21:20:39

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Re: Poll: Favorite File Manager (GUI or CLI)

Well, it's all about personal preference, but I have to wonder...

for regular file/directory operations, midnight commander forever.
i'm also a great fan of its built-in editor.

Why? How? yikes

Last edited by Alad (2015-10-28 21:21:06)


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