ranger – try terminal file manager
ranger is a terminal file manager, just install and run and have some fun. Tip: You might want to try it on uxrvt terminal and in Photos folder once.
Windows Vs Linux – One more time
Image via Wikipedia […] One of the most written and commented articles has to be Linux vs Windows (of course there are competitors like vim vs emacs) but none has been covered so much as Linux …
sunflower – file manager.
Sunflower file manager is a new file manager that has couple of interesting features, that I liked, not that I use graphical file managers much. It has a in-built command line, terminal and other …
nautilis fork ( File manager ) with tree view in sidebar.
Was searching for this for sometime now, finally found it. sudo yum install nemo sudo yum list nemo* First just install nemo. Configure nemo not to interfere with default desktop and also make it …
inotify -watch for file to change
Here is a simple command for you. It uses inotify tools. So first you need to install : sudo yum install inotify-tools and then you can try something like this: while true; do inotifywait -r -e modify …
Delete all but some directories
I think, like me, you would have faced a lot of situations, where you wanted to delete all the files or directories in a location, leaving only the required files/directories. So, I have a directory …
some interesting alias
For this time, I will just give you a link to to bashrc file. http://hayne.net/MacDev/Bash/aliases.bash Head over there and see some very interesting aliase’s.
New feature in Nautilus – resize icon on desktop.
On Desktop on Gnome using nautilus, now you can resize individual icons. Just right click on the icon to resize and in the menu you will get a resize icon : […] and then you can resize the icon …
New feature in Gnome/Nautilus
One of the things that I never realized that I am missing in Nautilus until they put the feature in was this. When a file is being copied and there is conflict, there should be option to rename the …