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Why do you prefer spacefm?view story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – 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 (HowTos)

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Poikos Takes The Prize At The Pioneers Festival In Viennaview story

http://techcrunch.com – The Pioneers Festival kicked off in Vienna this week and by the looks of the 2,300 attendees at the amazing Hofburg Imperial palace, the conference is shaping up to be a stand-out event in Europe, not least because it is enormously upbeat and positive. Something we need more of in Europe. (IT news)

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Command Line Tool WCD Updated to Version 5.2.3view story

http://news.softpedia.com – WCD, a command-line program to change directories fast and which saves precious time, is now at version 5.2.3. WCD 5.2.3 (Wherever Change Directory) comes with some pretty important new features, including a new compact tree mode, similar to what modern GUI file managers do. Highlights of WCD 5.2.3: • Alternative navigation in compact tree mode now works the same as in GUI file explorers s (General)

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[ubuntu] No File Manager After Ubuntu 12.10 Upgrade (Nautilus Totally Removed??)view story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Hi. OK, that upgrade (from 12.04 64-bit) didn't go so smoothly, hehe. Besides not being able to log in after the next reboot - due to, of all things, not being able to mount an NTFS partition (https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+s...6?comments=all) - I found my system was without a file manager. (Hardware)

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A question about installing WM's...view story

http://forums.fedoraforum.org – Hey guys, quick question about window managers. I'm currently using the LXDE spin of F17 and am considering checking out some other popular WMs. Only issue is the last time I tried installing XFCE alongside gnome (I believe xfce was there first) it completely borked xfce ;/ So my question is, is there anything I should watch out for when installing alternative WMs? (HowTos)

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Three Reasons for a Drop in Closing Successview story

http://www.thevarguy.com – Dealing with a drop in closing rates can be quite a testy experience for business owners and sales managers who have otherwise seen a great deal of success. Consider a scenario in which your probability of closing a sale hovered around 70 percent in the past, yet not a single new contract has closed since the start of 2012. (IT news)

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Bafflingly baroque Debian ps: show threads in forest treeview story

http://unix.stackexchange.com – My favourite ps invocation is: ps -efww ef as I need to watch all processes (-e), get extended information about them (-f), see the environment (e) they operate within, wrapping lines (-w -w) so I don't lose any part of that, and visually group (f) child processes under their parents, for an at-a-glance overview. I have "wasted" the whole morning trying to get any thread information to appear (HowTos)

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[mythbuntu] weird unity problemsview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Hi, After upgrading to 12.04, Unity has some weird problems. When I start a terminal, I get a window with a black background but the command prompt is not visible (even if I maximize the window!) When I go to appearance settings, the only thing I can edit is the desktop background ... (Hardware)

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Clutter: Clutter 1.12.0 - stableview story

https://clutter-project.org – Good news, everyone! A new Clutter release is now available at: http://download.gnome.org/sources/clutter/1.12/ Release Notes This version is API and ABI compatible with the current stable release of Clutter. Installing the contents of this release will overwrite the files from the installation of the current release of Clutter. Bugs should be reported on the Clutter Bugzilla product. List of c (Software)

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openSUSE Board Welcomes new Chairman: Vincent Untzview story

http://news.opensuse.org – This week Alan Clark announced to the openSUSE Board that he is stepping down from his position as Board Chair. (Distributions)