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Some Of The Best Linux Console File Managers

Some Of The Best Linux Console File Managers
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Insight: List Of The Best Linux Console File Managers

Let’s have a look into the list of some of the best Linux console file managers.

Some Of The Best Linux Console File Managers

1. Ranger Console File Manager

Ranger is a free and open source file manager for Linux. It is console based with VI key bindings.

Install Ranger Console File Manager In Linux:

For Ubuntu and Debian based operating system:
sudo apt install ranger
For CentOS/RedHat:
sudo yum install ranger
For Fedora:
sudo dnf install ranger    [Fedora]

2. Vifm Console File Manager

Vifm console file manager is a ncurses based cross-platform file manager. Vifm gives you complete keyboard control over your files.

Install Vifm Consile File Manager:

For Ubuntu or Debian based operating system
sudo apt install vifm
For RedHat/CentOS
sudo yum install vifm
For Fedora
sudo dnf install vifm    [Fedora]

3. GNU Midnight Commander

Midnight Commander is a console application with a text user interface.

Instal GNU midnight  commander in Linux:

For Debian and Ubuntu
sudo apt install mc
For RedHat and CentOS
sudo yum install mc
For Fedora
sudo dnf install mc

4. Cfiles Fast Terminal File Manager

It is a ncurses file manager written in C with vim like keybinding. It is fast and lightweight in compare to other console based file manager.

Install Cfiles Fast Terminal File Manager In Linux:

At first, Install development tools:

For Ubuntu/Debian
sudo apt-get install build-essential
For CentOS/RHEL
sudo yum groupinstall 'Development Tools'

Now, Clone the cfiles repository and install it:

git clone https://github.com/mananapr/cfiles.git
cd cfiles
gcc cf.c -lncurses -o cf
sudo cp cf /usr/bin/

5. Nnn Terminal File Browser

It is cross platform light  and super fast file browser. This full-featured file manager is also a disk usage analyzer.

Install Nnn Terminal File Browser In Linux:

For Ubuntu or Debian
sudo apt install nnn
For CentOS or RHEL
sudo yum install nnn
For Fedora
sudo dnf install nnn

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