There are many filemanagers available for GNU/Linux; however, the one filemanager that has the most power for managing tons of files is the humble FileRunner. The fancy ones on KDE and Gnome aren’t entirely reliable, mainly, because they aren’t simple. They try and compete with XP by providing icons, previews, etc. That may be cool for strict desktop apps, but if you are managing a bunch of files on various servers and don’t want to crash in the middle of moving a few thousand files, try FileRunner. You will need to get TCL/TK. We used 8.4b2, and all works well. You can get TCL/TK here. For a peek at what FileRunner looks like, here is a screenshot of FileRunner in action. Notice that FileRunner will do recursive FTP transfers. There are also many ways to navigate your favorite dumping grounds quickly. Save your wrists!!
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