4Pane – A multi-pane, detailed-list file manager for Linux

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4Pane is a multi-pane, detailed-list file manager for Linux. It is designed to be fully-featured without bloat, and aims for speed rather than visual effects. In addition to standard file manager things, it offers multiple undo and redo of most operations (including deletions), archive management including ‘virtual browsing' inside archives, multiple renaming/duplication of files, a terminal emulator and user-defined tools.

Install 4pane in ubuntu 10.10/10.04

Edit /etc/apt/sources.list file

gksudo gedit /etc/apt/sources.list

Add one of the following line

For ubuntu lucid users

deb http://www.4pane.co.uk/ubuntu/ lucid universe

For ubuntu maverick user

deb http://www.4pane.co.uk/ubuntu/ maverick universe

Save and exit the file

Add GPG key

sudo apt-key adv --fetch-keys http://www.4pane.co.uk/4Pane.asc

Update source list

sudo apt-get update

Install 4pane

sudo apt-get install 4pane

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5 thoughts on “4Pane – A multi-pane, detailed-list file manager for Linux

  1. Great file manager.

    For some reason all file managers in linux sux in one way or another.

    One gripe with this one too. How do I navigate panes etc. with the keyboard?

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  2. Huh, Konqueror, Dolphin & Krusader in KDE already have this feature. They even go beyond that to furnish multiple tabs. Konqueror and Krusader even offer vertical and horizontal window splits. This manager still has a lot to catch.

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  3. @Abe
    4Pane has those features too: see the fourth and fifth screenshots at http://www.4pane.co.uk/Screenshots.htm

    @troost
    You can’t atm. Why not? Because I’m a mouse, not a keyboard, person (I’d even forgotten to provide mnemonics until this release).

    However I don’t think it would be difficult to implement, if you want it. Where would you want to navigate *to*, though: the partner pane? the opposite pane? both? And what would you want to do when you got there? Just already-available things like ctrl-C, ctrl-V, or something else I’ve not thought of?

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