Linked by Neven Bijelic on Wed 24th Nov 2004 08:45 UTC
Xfce No doubt, all of you have heard of Xfce and those who haven't will hear about it soon anyway. I remember trying out Xfce for the first time back on SuSE 9.0. I am not sure if it came with the distrobution or if I downloaded it. At the time 9.0 came out I remember thinking to myself "nice, good potential, could be eyecandy, fast..." but I still logged into KDE upon booting. Sure I tried Gnome but somehow for a windows-commer KDE was more user friendly at the time. Update: More screenshots of XFce.
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How about Evidence?
by Victor Hooi on Wed 24th Nov 2004 11:11 UTC

Hi,

On the topic of lightweight filemanagers, how about trying Evidence (based on EFM, the Enlightenment File Manager, which used to be the filemanager in Enlightment 0.17 alpha).

http://evidence.sourceforge.net/

Has anybody here had any experiences with it?

(I'm going to compile it as soon as I finish compiling the EFL - already finished compiling E16 and VLC/ffmpeg/libmad/a52 etc. today, nearly done with beagle *grin*, as soon as I figure out how to use Beagle with NTFS partitions).

bye,
victor