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Beesoft Commander

   4.1.0  

KDE Filemanager

Score 86%
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Link:  http://www.beesoft.pl
Minimum required   Qt 4.x
Downloads:  5944
Submitted:  Apr 5 2006
Updated:  Sep 20 2008

Description:

Two panels file mamager (like Norton Commander). Are implemented all important file functions.




Changelog:

* it is implemented a dialog where user have a possibility to select any directory from tree of directories. After that, contents of the directory is displayed in the current panel,
* now user have possibility to craete MD5 control sum for a selected file. The control file have an extension '.md5sum',
* for selected a MD5 control file, user can check if the sum is valid (the checked file must be in the same directory),
* it is implemented possibility to preserve date/time of last modification of copied file,
* it is possibile to compare contents of two selected directiories (recursive),
* now is implemented a special dialog where user can synchronize two directiories (in processing are used dates of last modification of files). After synchronization all files in directories have the same contents and the same dates of last modification. Synchronisation process works recursive.
* user have now possibility to change date/time stamp of last modification for selected file(s).




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 could be a useful...

 
 by trisz on: May 17 2006
 
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The version 2.21 also resizes the colomn widths. Bsc could be a useful tool with fixed column widths.


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 Re: could be a usefu

 
 by piotrpsz on: May 18 2006
 
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Ok. Now it is possible to disable resizing of column width.
User have a possibility to enable/disable permanent auto-resizing.
This will be accessible on next release (maybe in this weekend).


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 Plans for future?

 
 by adolf on: May 27 2006
 
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Hello there.
I just tried bsc and I really like the idea and feel of it.

My question though is what are youy plans for future?
Do you plan to add lots of customizable options and additional features or the idea is to keep bsc simple and small?

I like that it is based on QT, but miss some features.
The file commander I use now is Worked which I find really options rich.
Would like to know if you plan to maybe move slowly towar similar functinality with bsc?

If you do I will keep posting suggestions :)


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 :(

 
 by vranikx on: May 28 2006
 
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how can i install it in kubuntu dapper? i am newbie


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 And Krusader ?

 
 by claudio on: Jul 19 2006
 
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Sorry to ask, but what is the difference between Beesoft Commander and krusader ?


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 Re: And Krusader ?

 
 by piotrpsz on: Jul 19 2006
 
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Beesoft Commander is pure c++ and Qt.
BSC can work in Gnome too (you must install Qt), Krusader works only on KDE.
BSC is faster.


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 Re: And Krusader

 
 by asdex on: Jul 19 2006
 
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Krusader works in Gnome, too, as every other KDE and non-KDE application does.


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 Re: Re: And Krusader

 
 by bitcrazy on: Jul 19 2006
 
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...If you have kdelibs installed, which needn't to be standard.

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 Re: Re: And Krusader

 
 by alexruse on: Jul 19 2006
 
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Probably gonna get hit in the head for this question, but here goes... I've always had this disappointment with krusader, that it doesn't run on Windows. It's a great app, comparable to the commercial file managers out there, but some people just have to use Windows (like me, at work). So, krusader is too closely tied to kdelibs to actually work on win32, until kdelibs-4 gets ported over. But does BSC have a chance of being ported? There is an open-source version of QT on Windows now, so can I hope? :)


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 SlackWare Package!!!

 
 by gohanz on: Jul 19 2006
 
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A SlackWare TGz package with SlackBuild Script is Ready to DownLoad!!!

http://www.slacky.it/

http://www.slacky.it/index.php?option=com_remository&Itemid=29&func=fileinfo&id=1001


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 dot files

 
 by subatomicparticle on: Jul 20 2006
 
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what about viewing hidden dot files?

also, is it possible to change the icons or color besides the panel background?


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 Re: dot files

 
 by piotrpsz on: Jul 20 2006
 
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Hidden files: try second button from left (on tool bar).

Colors: menu Sytemm->Configure


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