I will stop announcing releases through comments here, it feels kind of redundant and a bit too easy to forget when doing a release.
Thanks to whoever updated gentoo's entry on Wikipedia with information about the 0.19.x series.
Announce: gentoo 0.19.2
Last night, I released gentoo 0.19.2. It's a very minor bugfix release, hoping to aid folks who had trouble compiling 0.19.1 against the cutting edge of GTK+. Also snuck in a small new feature (the DpMaximize command). Enjoy.
Announce: gentoo 0.19.1
Again, just a very brief note to ask users of gentoo to please consider upgrading to the new 0.19.x series. It relies on the GIO API:s for all file system access, which is awesome. This is a re-post, since the comment below has a rather confused view of which version it's talking about. Sorry.
Announce: gentoo 0.15.1
Again, just a very brief note to ask users of gentoo to please consider upgrading to the new 0.19.x series. It relies on the GIO API:s for all file system access, which is awesome.
Announce: gentoo 0.15.1
Just a note to ask all old users of gentoo to please upgrade to the new 0.15.x series. It even uses GTK+ 2, it's like living in the future! :)
Best of the best
I am an old user of gentoo, I do not remember exactly how long ago I installed it, but I have learned over and over again that there just isn't a replacement for the gentoo's adaptability (distro included ;) ). I use it for every imaginable file action - burning cds, encoding, decoding, ...
I have found that the best way to use gentoo is to combine it with bash scriots, they add all the power of linux scripting, while gentoo just passes parameters into scripts. This way you retain realiability and do not loose any functionality, since there still are a few glitches with gentoo and I wouldn't recommend it for a regular superuser usage. On the other hand, it is awesome for a casual user and I mean awesome - you really should try this.
The one thing that really bothers me with gentoo is the functionality of the mouse - I have written to the author a few times about it and he remains adamant that its just fine, well actually its ok, since gentoo is mainly set to be used with a keyboard, but I would prefer the other way :).
And let me just add: Thank you Emil, this is my favourite linux app :)
Still the best file manager for me!
I love the Gentoo FM and have been using it for 3 years now. What I like most is being able to skip around with the arrow keys opening up textfiles and editing them AND going to a directory and pressing T to get a command prompt - wonderful! Clone, Link, Copy and Move too - brilliant!
Please, Emil, don't ever abandon this great FM, even the latest version of Nautilus hasn't tempted me away.
Re: Gentoo is excellent!
> Selection is more or less GTK+ standard,
> which is reasonable in my opinion.
> Selecting things from a list with the
> left mouse button seems, again IMO, to
> be more or less world standard. Having
> been slightly exposed to Windows
> Commander recently, I kind of understand
> what you're saying, but I would never
> even had the thought otherwise. Don't
> expect this to change...
I want to configure it...
Selection in "FAR" and "Total Commander" very good!
Havn't even installed it and Im in love!
Ok, Id hate to sound to eagre.. but this looks awsome!!
I have recently moved to FreeBSD and use CTWM as my DM. So of course I want an FM. After much searching I started with MC: sexy though it is, it doesnt have enough functionality and konqueror is nice but far too many bells and whistles to be efficient. Seeing this has me fairly itching to get home.
I know it is exactly what I want [scratch] need.
A powerful build tool with a simple language.
A digital e-portfolio builder and social networking application.