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    Default midnight commander

    There was a 'midnight commander' util in BT3, but it is absent in BT4(pre)Final, as i understand. Maybe mc will appear in the final version?

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    Quote Originally Posted by marrkel View Post
    There was a 'midnight commander' util in BT3, but it is absent in BT4(pre)Final, as i understand. Maybe mc will appear in the final version?
    BT3 was slackware/slax based, and that distro installs midnight commander by default (i.e. it comes with the distro), and yes u are right mc doesn't come with BT4 in either of it's forms (beta/pre final) but you can easily fix that ::
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    [sudo] apt-get install mc
    'see the fnords!'

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    Default Re: Midnight Commander

    Midnight Commander is a feature that many of us would like to see installed by default.

    However, thank you for the tip though.

    *MC-addicted user*

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    Quote Originally Posted by Verbato View Post
    Midnight Commander is a feature that many of us would like to see installed by default.

    However, thank you for the tip though.

    *MC-addicted user*
    Midnight Commander is a nice tool to have
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    For Linux users MC is like TC for win user.Useful and i like to use it.


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