gnome-commander-1.10.0.tar.xz (7.1 MB)
(Signature file for verifying the downloaded tar archive with
gpg --verify gnome-commander-1.10.0.tar.xz.sig --gnome-commander-1.10.0.tar.xz.
My public key can be found on the Gnome Commander mainpage under the authors section.)
Older releases can be found on the GNOME download server.
Under this link some
sample scripts can be found. Move them into
~/.gnome-commander/scripts/ to extend the file popup menu (usable since v1.6.0).
Building the sources is done with the usual
./configure && make && sudo -i make install procedure,
which should work like a charm.
When you install Gnome Commander manually the first time and you discover some errors like
./configure: line 4721: GLIB_GSETTINGS: command not found or
something similar you have to install some dependency packages. These packages often contain the name suffix "-devel". Search for them
in your package manager and install them if needed. Another package you will also might need is
yelp-tools for generating the translated documentation.
If you ever decide the remove Gnome Commander again from your system, just type
sudo make uninstall
from the same directory in which you executed the
Here is a list of links to external packages so you don't have to build Gnome Commander by yourself. These are maintained by the distributions and not by the developers of GCMD. Some links may point to very old versions of GCMD.