I did not see a post about the issue that I'm experiencing and wondering if anyone can lend some insight.
The issue is that after my upgrade from Ubuntu 11.10 I opened my file manager and what was weird is that the file manager box appears to have been cut off at the top whereby the X, - (for minimize, box to increase to expand the dialog box is NO LONGER SHOWING at the top of my file manager b
I have upgraded recently to Ubuntu 12.10 with Cinnamon 1.6.3.
When I want to use Archive Manager (file-roller 3.6.0) with Nautilus 3.4.2 I cannot add files to an existing zip archive.
(1) When I try to add a file using Archive Manager's menu: Add File nothing happens
(2) When I drag&drop a pdf file to an existing zip archive I get "You can't add an archive to itself"
My Eee 900 running native Xandros has a 8G Sd card installed. Each time I boot I am asked to confirm what I want to use to read the card, File Manager, Music Manager of Photo Manager. Is there any way of skipping this step or making the use of File Manager a default? It's an annoyance rather than a serious fault, but annoyances can be just as troublesome!
qtFM is a small, lightweight file manager for Linux desktops based on pure Qt and works great with minimal desktop environments like Openbox.
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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.
Vifm is a ncurses based file manager with vi like keybindings. If you use vi, vifm gives you complete keyboard control over your files without having to learn a new set of commands. Options. The vifm executable will start vifm in the current directory unless it is given a different directory on the command line. <lwinpath> Starts Vifm in the specified path.