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SpaceFM 0.8.2 - file manager
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PostPosted: Tue 30 Oct 2012, 22:25    Post_subject:  SpaceFM 0.8.2 - file manager
Sub_title: Compiled on Precise 5.4

Here it is

"SpaceFM 0.8.2"

SpaceFM is a fork of PCManFM, and is my favorite FileManager.

This was compiled without a pinboard.


./configure --disable-desktop-integration --disable-pixmaps


Filename  spacefm-0.8.2-i686.pet 
Filesize  529.76 KB 
Downloaded  827 Time(s) 

Filename  spacefm_DOC-0.8.2-i686.pet 
Filesize  90.46 KB 
Downloaded  570 Time(s) 

Filename  spacefm_NLS-0.8.2-i686.pet 
Filesize  450.61 KB 
Downloaded  590 Time(s) 

Desktop: Intel 945PSN Motherboard, 3.2Ghz P-IV "Prescott 2M", 2GB RAM, 500GB WD HDD, Windows 7
Also have LxTahr 14.09 on USB Flash Drive
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PostPosted: Tue 30 Oct 2012, 22:32    Post_subject:  

Thanks. I might try this to see if it copies directories correctly. If I drag a directory into my mp3 player, ROX doesn't copy the files in the directory in numerical order unless I do some trickery, which takes time.

What is NLS?
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PostPosted: Tue 30 Oct 2012, 22:53    Post_subject:
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Native Language Support

thanks for leaving out the pinboard (imho) 'nonsense', bbb Wink

likely xfe will remain my fav, but variety works too. Some niceties like a non-generic menu icon (extension needed for jwm anyway) and a usr rather than usr/local prefix would fit the extant groups better Neutral
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PostPosted: Sun 10 Aug 2014, 09:21    Post_subject:  

Works well in Precise 5.7.1, thanks!

I wrote a little script (may be crude, as I'm not an experienced coder) to easily mount drives from within SpaceFM. OOTB it launches pmount when attempting to mount a drive. But if you right-click in the drive pane and choose Settings, Mount Command, you can specify an alternative mount process. I put "mounter %v" (no quotes) there and put this script in /usr/local/bin, named "mounter" (and given execute permissions):
#used by SpaceFM to mount drives

DEVNAME="`echo -n "$DEV" | cut -f 3 -d '/'`"
mkdir /mnt/$DEVNAME
mount /dev/$DEVNAME /mnt/$DEVNAME

Works well, without launching pmount. And in Settings, Unmount Command, I put "umount -l %v" (no quotes) to easily unmount drives from within SpaceFM.
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PostPosted: Mon 25 Aug 2014, 15:25    Post_subject:  

Very good file manager, thanks.
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