Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Nautilus 3.6.3 (GNOME Files) Run and Install it on Ubuntu

Nautilus (also known as GNOME Files) – the default file manager for GNOME Shell – reaches the third maintenance update , thus arriving at version 3.6.3. No distortion of vision or functional (for those we have to wait Nautilus 3.8, a mockup can be found here), but a good changelog that carries a lot ‘of problems solved. Here they are:
    • Removed a problem that caused the mismanagement of symbolic links on remote volumes
    • removed columns “search filter”, which appeared duplicated when changing the search path
    • the search toolbar now accepts long file name directory
    • within the bookmark “Recent Files” also appears in the trash
    • adding the frame around the thumbnails, where this missing
    • disassemble the remote volumes no longer causes crashes Nautilus.

was also partially improved restaurant search, by introducing a hint of recursive search.

Files (Nautilus) 3.6.3 – Installation on Ubuntu 12.10 (or Ubuntu-based distributions)

Install the new manager files on Ubuntu is easy! Just add the PPA of GNOME 3 (which the drafting of the article has not yet been updated, and it will probably be tomorrow before ), update the package list and install … Nautilus! All this is to open a terminal and type
sudo add-apt-repository ppa: gnome3-team/gnome3
sudo apt-get sudo update
apt-get install nautilus

Files (Nautilus) 3.6.3 – Installation of all other distributions

All GNOME-based distributions will have the new Nautilus 3.6.3 between system updates offered by your package manager.

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