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KDE vs. GNOME session management

Dan Ritter wrote:
> On Tue, Dec 30, 2008 at 11:58:15AM -0500, Tom Metro wrote:
>> Another area of differentiation between the two environments is the 
>> bundled file manager. I find GNOME's Nautilus intuitive and adequate, 
>> although nothing special. [snip]
>> Any recommendations for alternate file managers?
> Yes -- the command line. I've never met a graphical file manager
> which was as quick, precise, and flexible as the cli shell of
> your choice. Learning just a few tricks -- for loops, find and
> xargs -- will pay off immensely.

I'll add "consistent naming conventions" to Dan's remark. If *every* 
file that has to do with client X is labelled "Client X 
(receivables|billable hours|birthdays)", etc., you'll find files a lot 
easier to manage.

Bill Horne

E. William Horne
William Warren Consulting
Computer & Network Installations, Security, and Service

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