Small and highly customizable twin-panel file manager for Linux
It is intended to be an easy-to-use and powerful file manager that seamlessly integrates into the GNOME desktop environment (but not limited to).DownloadCurrent version: 0.259
Preparing 0.3 release.
Just merged "develop" branch in to "release". This means new version is coming soon. After this, "develop" branch will merge with GTK3 to finally make the switch.
Archive support is not complete and is really buggy, but I decided it's better to release often than release once in a year and have people use sub-par features in the mean time.More
GitHub Wiki available to everyone.
Wiki pages on GitHub have been enabled. Feel free to help make Sunflower documentation more complete.More
Ubuntu: Broken translations.
There have been many reports of broken Polish language files coming from Atareao repository. As far as we know, Polish language is the only one broken but others might be affected as well.
You can easily fix this by downloading current version and installing it with
dpkg like this:
sudo dpkg -i sunflower-0.2.59-1.all.deb
Sorry for the inconvenience folks. This is strictly packaging issue. As far as it's known, our own packages are unaffected.More
CustomizableFeature-packed configuration to help make the program your own.
Tabbed interfaceMore flexibility in your daily operations through easy to use interface.
SessionsSet of tabs for every occasion.
EmblemsVisually mark your files and directories for quick referrence.
Built-in terminalQuick access to command line interface through terminal tabs, VTE or external.
MultithreadingBetter multitasking with full multithreading support.
Python and GTK+Easily extensible with Python and GTK+.
Keyboard orientedFully optimized for keyboard users.