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KDE vs. GNOME session management

On Tue, Dec 30, 2008 at 12:25:56PM -0500, Dan Ritter wrote:
> Yes -- the command line. I've never met a graphical file manager
> which was as quick, precise, and flexible...

Which reminds me -- there is at least one fast graphical file
manager. rox-filer is quite speedy.  -- you don't need to adopt any
other part of the Rox desktop, or the ZeroInstall system.
rox-filer uses gtk2 libraries, so nothing special.


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