eWeek: Linux Software Puts New Face on File Management
Posted on: 08/08/2003 11:07 PM

SAN FRANCISCO-A small developer hopes to get managers of Linux servers to break their command line habit. At this week's LinuxWorld show, Tactile Interactive offered a look at the latest beta of Interrogator, its powerful, graphical file manager for Linux and Solaris platforms.

Now in Version 0.8, Interrogator provides navigation around the system as well as various views into files, directories and volumes. Instead of revealing the content in the file through some graphical image or icon, Interrogator icons modify the color, size and outlines of icons and text to attributes such as permissions, date and sizes. Folder icons holding many files will grow bigger than ones with fewer
items inside.

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