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Nautilus PR3

Wednesday January 31st, 2001

Eli Goldberg writes in:
"Nautilus, the file manager for the upcoming GNOME 1.4 desktop on Linux, is now available for download in its third and final preview release.

Nautilus offers a glimpse of the Mozilla embedding we may see in the future: Nautilus users experience remote and local web content through Mozilla. Visit #nautilus on irc.gnome.org if you have any questions."


#13 Re: Re: Re: Re: eazel doesn't address linux usa

by imarsman <ianm@niagara.com>

Friday February 2nd, 2001 9:23 PM

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Some Linux coders will write to the GUI, some to the command line. One does not have to win over the other. MS seems to have gone out of its way to help its command line tools die on the vine. It doesn't have to be that way. I use and enjoy GNOME and also enjoy the command line. Why must one win and the other die? If the game is not rigged things work more organically than you seem to wish they would. If you don't like this, then you might be more comfortable in more controlled operating system environments. Otherwise, do things the way you want to. The options will be there.