System G 2.2.0 reviewDownload
Dealing with the UNIX command line, especially in order to manipulate the file system, is one of the biggest hurdles to widespread us
Dealing with the UNIX command line, especially in order to manipulate the file system, is one of the biggest hurdles to widespread use of UNIX and Linux.Rialog for running arbitrary programs avoids need to manually open terminal windows.
System G was written to provide a simple way to access to the file system in the form of a graphical hierarchy of files and folders. System G project works with any window manager.
Here are some key features of "System G":
Simple, tree style, hierarchical display of files and folders
Option to either display each folder in a separate window or to navigate the folder hierarchy within a single window
File bindings dialog to associate file types with programs
Rialog for running arbitrary programs avoids need to manually open terminal windows.
Automatically mounts disk when the associated directory is opened
Format UNIX and DOS floppy disks.
Drag-and-Drop to move and copy files and to create symbolic links (Fully compliant with the X Drag-and-Drop (XDND) and X Direct Save (XDS) protocols.)
Rename files and folders simply by clicking on the name and typing.
Change permissions simply by clicking on the appropriate permission.
All main windows have configurable button bars.
Sort by name, user, group, size, or date.
Shortcuts to your most frequented folders
Customizable menu shortcuts
(by editing string database -- a graphical editor is planned for later)
Safe trash can interface
Searchable, hypertext on-line help
Designed to work with multiple virtual desktops and both Click-to-Focus and Point-to-Focus.
Support for scrolling via wheel mice
Full support for European languages
Easy translation to other languages without the need to recompile the source
Works with Gnome and KDE session managers.
What's New in This Release:
Added "Open recent" menu.
Added "Convert to file" and "Convert to program" items to File menu.
Added "New text file" to the File menu.
Fixed "Alternate open" so it only asks for one command, and then runs that command on all selected files.
Updating is now much faster, and it works well with slow network file systems like sshfs.
No longer opens CVS and SCCS directories when Shift-click or Meta-click.
Fixed bug so default drop action is Copy when dragging from partition A to partition B displayed inside a window displaying partition A.
Updated to recognize latest options in /etc/fstab when searching for shortcuts.
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