nn The console file manager has been updated to version 2.5, which includes plugin support and 19 available plugins, and more features, mouse and SSHFS mount support, and more.
nnn is a fast, lightweight command line (Ncurses) file manager that works seamlessly with desktop environments and GUI utilities. In addition to the file manager functions (with labels / workspaces, bookmarks, search, etc.), the tool includes some other utilities such as disk usage analyzer and fuzzy application launcher.
The file manager was created to run on low-power devices such as Raspberry Pi or Termux, so its size and memory footprint are a priority.
A new major nnn version was released yesterday with many improvements. The most important new feature in nnn 2.5 is support for plugins. 19 plugins are provided in this version, including:
- pdfview: View PDF in a pager
- nmount: mount or unmount a storage device
- ndiff: file and directory differences to choose from
- hexview: View files in hexadecimal
- imgresize: batch resize images
- ipinfo: check your IP address and Whois information
- Transfer: upload the file to transfer.sh
- pastebin: Pastes the contents of a text file to paste.ubuntu.com
- imgur: upload images to imgur
- getplugs: update plugins
All available plugins are available at This page.
Other important changes in nnn 2.5:
- Mouse support: you can now use the mouse to navigate directories
- SSHFS mount support
- Native batch renaming support
- Supports setting nnn as the default file manager. of program Only tested on Xfce so far
- Vim-like scrolling support
- Details / light modes for each context
- Support bsdtar, simplify patool integration
Download nnn console file manager
nnn is usable In the repositories of many popular Linux distributions. It is located in Ubuntu (since Ubuntu 18.04), Linux Mint 19, Debian buster and sid, Arch Linux Community Repository, Fedora 27 and later, etc. To download the latest version, please visit. nnn release page. It includes packages for Debian, Ubuntu, Fedora, Arch Linux, and CentOS. As a side note, the Ubuntu 18.04 DEB package on the distribution page works fine in newer Ubuntu versions (such as Ubuntu 19.04).