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Thread: Gnome-commander "problem"

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    Default Gnome-commander "problem"

    The problem with the kind of say I'm a Debian era "learned" to use that gnome-commander program for transferring files. The problem has now become a fact that when the connector for the USB stick machine, so it appears pcmanfm file management, and yes it works fine (ie I use opensuse 11.4 LXDE desktop), but the gnome-commander: in the sticks did not appear at all

    And why say that matter could be caused, and will be able to do something about it?

    PS: Sorry bad English tongue out ..

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    Default Re: Gnome-commander "problem"

    On 05/03/2011 03:36 PM, Tuxosx wrote:
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    > And why say that matter could be caused, and will be able to do
    > something about it?


    sorry, not sure i fully understand your question (are you aware of our
    non-english forums, available from here: http://forums.opensuse.org/)

    as for broken Gnome Commander: look at Midnight Commander, a Norton
    Commander (two panes side by side with F5 copy, etc etc) clone which
    runs in a terminal..

    give it a try, the command line version is small..try it, i think you
    will like it.

    just open YaST, go Software Management and type mc in the search
    block....then, when installed, just open any terminal and type mc..

    or Alt+F2 and type

    Code:
    xterm mc
    and grab a corner to make it as big/small as you want..

    if that doesn't work, try posting again...just type what you see and try
    to use http://translate.google.com/translate_t# ;-)

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