Tux Commander is a GTK2 file manager with two side-by-side panels. Some of its functions are inspired by Total Commander. The main goal of this project is to create a powerful user-friendly file manager for Linux.
|Tags||Desktop Environment File Managers|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: This release is focused on stability and usability and introduces many small VFS improvements.
Release Notes: This release is focused on resolving most annoying long-standing issues. A new GVFS plugin has been introduced, replacing the obsolete gnome-vfs2 subsystem.
Release Notes: Newly ported to he FreePascal compiler, this version introduces native x86_64 (AMD-64) platform support as well as standard i386. Coming with two archiving plugins (RAR and tar.gz/bz2), this version continues to increase user convenience and usability. RPM packages have been introduced as well.
Release Notes: A new ZIP plugin was introduced. Some bugfixes and tweaks were made.
Release Notes: Module loading during startup has been fixed, and some extra debug info added. All plugins in the binary package are now compiled with gcc 3.3 for better compatibility (libstdc++). Incorrect item coloring in the main panel has been fixed. Loading of duplicate plugins in different paths is prevented. An annoying bug in the gnome-vfs plugin has been fixed (some files were not listed). Some commandline parameters have been added and fixed (the ability to force the GUI language). The Czech translation has been updated; other languages are still partly translated.