GNOME Commander

A powerful file manager for the GNOME desktop environment

Info Information

1.4.8 released
Mar 14, 2016
GPL version 2

GNOME Commander is a "two-pane" graphical file manager for the Linux desktop using GNOME libraries. It aims to fulfill the demands of more advanced users who like to focus on file management, their work through special applications and running smart commands.


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About About GCMD

GCMD is built on the GTK-toolkit and GnomeVFS.

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Caution Bugs

You can report or view GNOME Commander bugs at the gnome.org Bugzilla.

All users of GNOME Commander are very welcome to help us find, hunt down and kill bugs. :)

Mailing lists Mailing lists

There are two mailing lists regarding GNOME Commander.

  1. gcmd-users: mostly for topics about using GCMD
  2. gcmd-devel: for topics about the development of GCMD

All posts from non-members are beeing held for approval due to spam reasons, but anyone is welcome to sign up on the lists and post unmoderated.

Contact Authors

Since 2013: Uwe Scholz (maintainer of source code and home page).

Former managers and developers were

A special "Thank you" is addressed to Marcus Bjurman who was the original creator and former manager/developer. Marcus initiaded this project publicly in 2001 and developed it up to version 1.1.6 in 2004. Without him there would not have been any GNOME Commander.

Money Donations

Gnome Commander is open source software and it's free. Nevertheless you might want to donate some money to the authors?

Let me propose this: Donate a small amount of money to one of the following organizations...

... or another one of these kind, send a picture of the donation to the dev-mailinglist and write some words which describe why you like Gnome Commander. This would be a high motivation for further development.

And remember to celebrate the "I love free software day" on February, 14th. heart


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