November 14, 2009 · General · Email This Post

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bsc (BeeSoft Commander) is a graphical file manager (similar to the midnight commander) that displays two directories at once for easier copying and moving of files.

User have possibility to use followed operations:

•can change access rights to file(s) or directory (recursive too),
•can view or edit files contents,
•copy, move, delete, rename and pack file(s),
•copy, move, delete, rename and pack directiories (recursive),
•can change time stamp for files,
•and many more...

Install bsc in ubuntu

sudo apt-get install bsc

or click on the following link

apt://bsc

Using bsc

You can open Applications--->Accessories--->bsc

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Once it opens you should see similar to the following screen

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bsc configuration screen

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Available operations screen

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bsc commander version details

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5 Comments to “bsc (BeeSoft Commander) – Graphical file manager with two panels”

  1. aaa says:

    Nautilus do that, push central mouse bottom, and ready: two panels (directorys)

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  2. Joe says:

    Crtl+T in Nautilus, this app looks like dookie.

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  3. Digiplace says:

    Why not use Gnome-commander? Midnight Commander is my favourite btw. Also works when you loose you’re gui.

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  4. GW says:

    Already have EmelFM2 and XFE, why do we need more?

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  5. bbb says:

    I rather use muCommander ( http://www.mucommander.com ), way better looking and i can run it on many different systems.

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