Good file managers for Xfce?

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Morgan Krieg
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Good file managers for Xfce?

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Hello. I have Linux Mint Xfce. I have a problem with finding a good file manager.

I hate Thunar because it's too simplistic and lacks tabbed browsing. I like PCManFM the most but it keeps crashing and sometimes when it crashes it won't run again until I'll restart computer.
Tried Dolphin but it's very slow.

Which file manager is fast and stable on Xfce and has with tabbed browsing?
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Re: Good file managers for Xfce?

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I don't know which Thunar you are talking about, as multiple-tabbed browsing in Thunar works fine for me???
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Re: Good file managers for Xfce?

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Which file manager is fast and stable on Xfce and has with tabbed browsing?
Probably thunar.

Do you find thunar to be slow or unstable? If so, how?
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Re: Good file managers for Xfce?

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Flemur wrote:
Which file manager is fast and stable on Xfce and has with tabbed browsing?
Probably thunar.

Do you find thunar to be slow or unstable? If so, how?
I don't have multi-tabbed browsing in thunar. I have Thunar 1.4.0. I'm not sure how to get a new version.
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Re: Good file managers for Xfce?

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Please post the output from the following terminal command:

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inxi -Sx
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Re: Good file managers for Xfce?

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richyrich wrote:Please post the output from the following terminal command:

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inxi -Sx
Kernel: 3.2.0-23-generic x86_64 (64 bit, gcc: 4.6.3)
Desktop: Xfce 4.10.0 (Gtk 2.24.10) Distro: Linux Mint 13 Maya
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Re: Good file managers for Xfce?

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google [tabbed thunar], first result:

"Install Thunar 1.6.0 With Tabs Support In Xubuntu 12.10 Or 12.04 [Xfce]"
http://www.webupd8.org/2012/11/install- ... rt-in.html
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Re: Good file managers for Xfce?

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Flemur wrote:google [tabbed thunar], first result:

"Install Thunar 1.6.0 With Tabs Support In Xubuntu 12.10 Or 12.04 [Xfce]"
http://www.webupd8.org/2012/11/install- ... rt-in.html
Thanks. It seems to be gone, though :( .
Cannot access PPA (https://launchpad.net/api/1.0/~xubuntu- ... /xfce-4.10) to get PPA information, please check your internet connection.
Is there any painless way to move to a new LTS? I probably should do it anyway as the end of support is coming, but thinking about having to re-install all my games, all stuff I have on PlayOnLinux, doing all the configurations again, makes it extremely unappealing :/ .
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