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22 Jun 2002 10:42 JamesAWright

This file manager the best I`ve used
I recommend this for everyones desktop...

29 May 2002 17:48 negative

Re: gentoo is not only for Linux ;)

>
> Well, thanks to you too, Jim, for
> putting together the OpenBSD port! Oh,
> and if you have the time, please vote
> for gentoo--it needs more votes! :)


Hehe.. don't know if i can vote twice ;)

29 May 2002 15:56 emilbrink

Re: gentoo is not only for Linux ;)

> Finally, it's work fine in my OpenBSD
> 3.1-current. Good job, Emil. 8-)

Well, thanks to you too, Jim, for putting together the OpenBSD port! Oh, and if you have the time, please vote for gentoo--it needs more votes! :)

25 May 2002 18:59 negative

gentoo is not only for Linux ;)
Finally, it's work fine in my OpenBSD 3.1-current. Good job, Emil. 8-)

30 Apr 2002 09:47 emilbrink

Re: Other tools

> I use a Worker who seems better than
> gentoo.

Heh, well, good for you, then. I guess. ;^)

30 Apr 2002 09:04 ze

Other tools
I use a Worker who seems better than gentoo.

04 Mar 2002 01:27 jigma

Restored faith
I recently tried the ROX [sourceforge] file manager. It is great but it lack functions I like (sort by date modified/size and the likes), and as for nautilus or konqueror, well I would rather use M$ Explorer (please forgive my Lord). But Gentoo, well Gentoo has restored my faith in Linux and open-source developers. This is an excellent app and well worth you time to learn to use it.

Keep up the good work Emil.

16 Feb 2002 12:52 sabin

Thanks Emil !!!
Well I too used an amiga only I used dirworks.

I Think this program is probably my most used program on linux with the exception of freeX and E. I am really greatful to have gentoo and think that it is under rated by most of the distros as a file manager, but I am only one man. Its small, fast, easy to configure and powerful yet easy on the cpu. Drag and drop is a feature I really don't think gentoo needs.

In short I would say to any one that is looking at gentoo.
If you want something small yet very functional and you don't want it to look like windows explorer. Give it a try

28 Aug 2001 05:44 Proteque

hehe
I mixed some words up there :) What i ment was
that Gentoo was a great dopus4 clone :)

28 Aug 2001 05:42 Proteque

This is very good really :)
I used Dopus 4 on my Amiga for years. Then I used
Opus Magellan II on the miggy. After changing to
Linux I missed a descent filemanager. Dopus is to
my great happiness a very good Dopus 4 clone. It
have most of the functions that Dopus 4 have.
Would be great to see drag&drop though.

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