What trouble exactly do you have?If you are using a standard CrunchBang desktop, replacing Thunar with SpaceFM in menu, key-binding and autostart should be enough, I guess.
welcome to linux, crunchbang and this forum!in windows, the file manager is called explorer.on crunchbang, the file manager is called thunar.thunar is one of many applications using the gtk toolkit, so you want a different gtk theme i guess.you can change them with lxappearance, which i think it is installed by default on crunchbang.
I have been interested in trying some different file managers lately, and I have installed spacefm. It seems fine, but I don't dislike Thunar either. The only thing that I am really missing in Thunar is tabs. I have read most of the spacefm posts on the forum, but they're mostly opinions as to whether they like spacefm or not. What I would like to know is specific
Hi,I have problem with setting as default file manager nautilus. When I click Right Buttom Mouse and I choose "File Manager", open Thunar. This situation is repeat also, when I click RBM and choose "Places" and next "Browser here...".In "GUI Menu Editor" I set in "File Manager" execute "nautilus" but it's not working.
Hm. Yes, SpaceFM is quite alive; it's the file manager I use almost all of the time these days; I only change a few things from the default settings, and don't find much to miss from other file file managers I've used in the past. There's quite a bit in the users manual, if you're interested: http://ignorantguru.github.io/spacefm/s … al-en.html.
Hello everybody.I don't use Crunchbang at this moment, but I installed Arch Linux next to it, trying to make some sort of Andreas/#! mix that I like better which is lighter. Don't get me wrong, Crunchbang is fast, but Debian is not thaaat fast, while Arch Linux is. So, I want to keep it that way: light.
Hello guys, greetings from austiaAt first i have to say that my english is very bad, sry for that.Before i installed Crunchbang i used Ubuntu with Openbox session.Now i installed Crunchbang and includet my old /home partition.Now i have the problem that i now use my old autostart.sh and menu.rc and so on.Can anyone send me the default autostart.sh and menu.rc files? thanks.greetings Zero
The thing is, openbox is a window manager, not a desktop environment. It is pretty much meant to NOT have desktop icons and unnecessary stuff like that. You can have quicklaunch icons in your tint2 bar. (see your tint2rc) Or you can, if you insist on having desktop icons, follow the steps suggested in the page you linked.
I know Thunar comes with Xubuntu 12.04 by default, and it works ok, but there are a few things I don't like about it (such as the fact it can only be set to one view mode ever, whereas Nautilus can remember view modes for specific folders). I use Nautilus as my primary File Manager on my Linux Mint 14 netbook and I love it.