Nemo (file manager)

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Nemo file manager
Screenshot of Nemo (file manager).png
Screenshot of Nemo 1.1.2
Developer(s) Linux Mint
Initial release September 2012; 4 years ago (2012-09)
Stable release
2.8.7[1] / March 7, 2016; 6 months ago (2016-03-07)
Development status Active
Operating system Unix-like
Platform Cinnamon
Available in Multilingual
Type File manager
License GNU Lesser General Public License
Whether Nemo shows a mount or not, is determined by the option x-gvfs-show for the gvfs-udisks2-volume-monitor process.[2] Screenshot of GNOME Disks.

Nemo is the official file manager of the Cinnamon desktop environment. It is a fork of GNOME Files with several features removed from it.

History[edit]

Nemo version 1.0.0 was released in July 2012 along with version 1.6 of the Cinnamon user interface,[3][better source needed] reaching version 1.1.2 in November 2012.[4] It started as a fork of the GNOME file manager Nautilus v3.4[5][6][7][better source needed] after the developers of the operating system Linux Mint considered that "Nautilus 3.6 is a catastrophe".[8][9][10] Developer Gwendal Le Bihan named the project "nemo" after Jules Verne’s famous character Captain Nemo, who is the captain of the Nautilus.[10]

Features[edit]

Nemo v1.0.0 had the following features as described by the developers:[10]

  • Uses GVfs and GIO
  • All the features Nautilus 3.4 had and which are missing in Nautilus 3.6 (all desktop icons, compact view, etc..)
  • Open in terminal (this is part of Nemo itself)
  • Open as root (this is also part of Nemo)
  • File operations progress information (when you copy/move files you can see the percentage and info about the operation on the window title and so also in your window list)
  • Proper GTK bookmarks management
  • Full navigation options (back, forward, up, refresh)
  • Ability to toggle between the path entry and the path breadcrumb widgets
  • A lot more configuration options

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