Midnight Commander – A Console Based File Manager for Linux

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4 Responses

  1. I’m using centos 6, mc is a great awsome tool to manage anything.

  2. Jan Aart says:

    In MC on a Linux Mint pc can I display the content of a shared directory from a windows pc in my network? For instance with smb:\\WindowsPC\Shareddocs?

  3. SzestKam says:

    Article worth recommending. After reading it, I often use the MC. Many have explained, which makes the tool is now more user-friendly.

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