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Re: Replacing Nautilus


Well, it would still be there underneath. But it needn't be exposed to the
end user. At least not by default. You could always install a traditional
file browser, but it shouldn't be necessary to use the traditional file
On May 6, 2012 9:51 AM, "Jo-Erlend Schinstad" <joerlend.schinstad@xxxxxxxxx>

> Den 06. mai 2012 17:18, skrev Ian Santopietro:
> >
> > In my opinion, what Ubuntu really needs I not to replace Nautilus, but
> > to replace the file system it browses. Obviously, it will still be
> > there for system purposes, but it should not be exposed to the end
> > user by default.
> >
> Zeitgeist can pretty much provide this right now. Would need a good GUI,
> though. Replacing the filesystem itself, is something else entirely.
> Think I can just guarantee that won't happen.
> Jo-Erlend Schinstad
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