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RTA is a pretty handy program to rename multiple files at once.

GPL

Added Jun 6, 1999
Popularity: 50%

LiSt Directory, LSD, lists files and subdirectories recursively, which is great for...

GPL

Added Jul 22, 1999
Popularity: 53%

These are tools to assist in recovering deleted files from ext2 file systems.

GPL

Added Feb 1, 1999
Popularity: 57%

KFileReplace can replace multiple strings with another string in all files or directories.

GPL
X11

Added Oct 29, 2002
Popularity: 73%

Karam, or KDE Add/Remove Applications Module, is a front end to make your installations...

GPL
X11

Added May 8, 1999
Popularity: 33%

This is a graphical tool designed to set file permissions.

GPL
X11

Added Oct 31, 2000
Popularity: 97%

This program allows you to manipulate your floppies.

GPL
X11

Added Apr 1, 2000
Popularity: 10%

This is a simple shell script that can mount and unmount floppy disks for you.

Freeware
X11

Added Jan 9, 2003
Popularity: 67%

The lvmgui project focus is to create a GUI for the Linux logical volume manager that is...

GPL

Added May 3, 2001
Popularity: 77%

Gmount-iso is a small tool written using PyGTK and Glade.

Open Source
X11
Added Mar 4, 2010
Popularity: 3%

Lomega is a program for maintaining your Iomega disks under Linux, similar in...

GPL
Added Feb 13, 2001
Popularity: 20%

Lomega is a program for maintaining your Iomega disks under Linux, similar in...

GPL
Added Feb 13, 2001
Popularity: 20%
JFS

This is the ultimate file system for a server. It's currently used in IBM enterprise...

GPL
Console
Added Oct 29, 2003
Popularity: 90%

This hybrid, user space file system framework transparently supports an indefinite number...

GPL
Console / X11
Added Nov 9, 2003
Popularity: 60%

Get a graphical representation of which directories are using the most disk space.

GPL
X11
Added May 22, 2005
Popularity: 87%
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