Now that the Nautilus file manager in Gnome 3 has decided to do away with a tree pane, its time to look for an alternative. Can anybody point me to an alternate file manager for Gnome 3 ?
on 05/29/2013 – Made popular on 05/29/2013
So... Nautilus in Ringtail has the lefthand tree removed. I'm not going to whine or carry on, it's not going to change anything. Straight to the point:
What alternate file managers could people suggest to try. I liked Nautilus so something similar would be good. My only requirement is that it has the tree on the left like Nautilus had up until very recently.
GNOME Commander is a free two pane file manager in the tradition of Norton and Midnight Commander, it is built on the GTK-toolkit and GnomeVFS. GNOME Commander aims to fulfill the demands of more advanced users who like to focus on file management, their work through special applications and running smart commands.
I accidently installed connmanager, it removed my network-manager and network-manager-gnome. Now I cannot connect to my wifi and ethernet connection. I tried to install network-manager from source (latest version) but it had dependency issues.
Now when I am connecting internet through usb-modem.
The first development release towards GNOME Power Manager 3.12 has been announced a few days ago by the GNOME developers. This version introduces a few fixes, updated translations, and one new feature.
Ionuț Mircea Bîru wrote:
As promised multiple times on the forums, GNOME 3.2 was just released and we have it! Shinier and full of new features, noticeable are gdm's brand new look, gnome-online-accounts, gnome-contacts, gnome-documents, new user menu and better chat integration.