File Management

I use fff for my file management primarily. Alternatively, ranger is a good option.

Installation

# fff
sudo pacman -S fff w3m xdotool

Note: w3m and xdotool are required for displaying images in the terminal

Usage

fff uses typical vim-like keybindings for navigation, some useful default bindings are:

  • . - toggle hidden files
  • ~ - go to home directory
  • x - show file attributes/properties
  • i - preview image
  • r - rename file
  • f - new file
  • n - new dir
  • r - rename

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  • Category: Arch Linux
  • Tags: linux, productivity
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