Dealing with the UNIX command line, especially in order to manipulate the file system, is one of the biggest hurdles to widespread use of Unix and Linux. System G was written to provide a simple way to access to the file system in the form of a graphical hierarchy of files and folders.
|Tags||Desktop Environment File Managers|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: An "Open Recent" menu, a "Convert to file/program" option, and a "New Text File" option were added. Window updating was optimized to make it work even with slow network files systems like sshfs. The code was updated to recognize the latest options in /etc/fstab.
Release Notes: An improved interface to file bindings and for running commands, auto-mounting of disks when the associated directory is opened, formatting Unix and DOS floppy disks, moving/copying files by dropping on iconified windows, an improved interface to trash can, improved updating of directory contents when working over NFS, searchable online help, full support for European languages, and support for GNOME and KDE session managers.