Graphical file management program in GTK+ for Linux
gentoo is a file manager for Linux written from scratch in pure C. It
uses the GTK+ toolkit for all of its interface needs. gentoo provides
100% GUI configurability; no need to edit config files by hand and re-
start the program. gentoo supports identifying the type of various
files (using extension, regular expressions, and/or the 'file' command),
and can display files of different types with different colors and icons.
gentoo borrows some of its look and feel from the classic Amiga
file manager "Directory OPUS"(TM) (written by Jonathan Potter).
gentoo is a graphical file managment program, written from
scratch in C. It uses the GTK+ toolkit for its interface.
gentoo is developed and tested primarily under Linux, but is
known to compile and work on many other Unix-like operating
systems as well.
One of the design goals with gentoo has been to provide
GTK+ RC files in gentoo
This little file introduces the use of GTK+ RC files in gentoo. If
you don't know what "gentoo" or GTK+ is, you should ask yourself
why you're reading this file in the first place. :^)
If you don't know what a "GTK+ RC file" is, you can either
ignore this document, or, if you'd like to customize the look of all
These files contain various pieces of information about gentoo. The
technical level might be very high in some of these.
This file documents additions, changes, and fixes made to gentoo
Entries are groupe
gentoo: Frequently Asked Questions
gentoo - A highl
(This file is largely ignored, it's just included because it has to
be, to comply with autoconf's ex
Things left to do in gentoo
(hey, it rhymes!)
Browse inside gentoo-0.11.55-1.el5.rf.i386.rpm