Broot is a free and open source treeview command line interactive directory navigation file manager for Linux, MacOS and Windows. You can get a tree overview of the system directories by running broot in a terminal. It also comes with a fuzzy search filter to easily find and find files. You can also open the file with the default program. Some other features are panels, which add shortcuts to files, find files or folders that take up space on your system, and check git status. You can also navigate and open the file with your mouse. It is released under the MIT license.
Install Broot on Ubuntu
Download the Broot precompiled Linux binaries from the download link below. Click the x86_64-linux file and save it to your downloads folder.
Then open the terminal (ctrl + alt + t) app and run the following commands one by one to install broot on your system. If necessary, enter your ubuntu password.
sudo chmod +x ~ broot
sudo install broot /usr/local/bin
Restart the terminal app (close and reopen) and run the following command to start Broot.
You can use up And down With arrow keys to move enter Press the key to select and open. Esc Key to return to the previous state. Push Ctrl +-> The key to open in a new panel.
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