File managers

Erik Harrison erikharrison at
Mon Jul 11 23:15:52 CEST 2005

On 7/11/05, Auke Kok <sofar at> wrote:
> Keith Dart wrote:
> > On Mon, 11 Jul 2005, Auke Kok wrote:
> >
> >
> >>Keith Dart wrote:
> >>
> >>>Combined with the ROX file manager the XFCE really rocks. ;-) The ROX file
> >>>manager is the best graphical file manager I have ever used (and I think I
> >>>have tried them all). Frankly, I think the XFCE team should abandon xffm
> >>>and just help out with the ROX file manager.
> >>
> >>Xfce is about promoting choice and keeping things simple and clean.
> >>Also, the Xfce team has certain style in mind when designing applications.
> >
> >
> > Ok, that's cool. But just in case the OP or other lurkers are looking for
> > a good, productive system I recommend XFCE plus ROX. :-) Also, throw in
> > gkrellm, rxvt-unicode, OpenOffice,  and a subset of the gnome/gtk apps.
> > That's pretty much my system.
> Apart from ROX, that's about everyone's Xfce desktop. 

Meh. For what it's worth, my desktop is:

Xfce, and third party Xfce apps: Terminal, Mousepad, Xfmedia.




That pretty much covers it.

Of course I also
> recommend it but when people start telling to toss away some really good
> and promising code, I object.
> sofar
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