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great little file manager
very small, low dependencies, and packed
littleman

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Msg#: 406 posted 12:15 am on Feb 6, 2003 (gmt 0)

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I discovered it while hunting down small apps for a sub 50 megs Knoppix/Debian business card size CD hack I am throwing together.

It is modeled after Amiga's Directory Opus. This is the first X based file manager that puts function over form. It works with directly with X, so dependencies are low, and it's very fast and light -- definitely a geek's file manager.

 

bartek

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Msg#: 406 posted 1:05 am on Feb 6, 2003 (gmt 0)

whoa, nice find, littleman!

I discovered it while hunting down small apps for a sub 50 megs Knoppix/Debian business card size CD hack I am throwing together.

Is this like the 1st wearable LittleLinux distro you're working on? :)

littleman

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Msg#: 406 posted 11:37 pm on Feb 6, 2003 (gmt 0)

Yeah, pretty much. I got a relatively useful desktop into 50 megs. I am still working on it but I got ftp, ssh/scp, graphic browser, file manager, irc, Vi, standard X apps (like calculator), and busybox. -- working on email.

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