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Hey! Before hand: I googled and looked here but couldn't find anything - if I missed sth - I'm sorry. The thing is I believe the current standard file manager interface to be outdated - it feels slow and clumsy. I imagine sth more visual interactive - like a Mindmap. Speaking of which I found Gource - but it is more a visualization of a directory and less an actual interface. But visually it is going into the right direction. And I'm wondering - do I fundamentally miss sth while searching for it, or are there no interfaces like that yet? And is it only me imagining it to be useful? If so, would it be hard to code sth like that? Thanks :) submitted by /u/Zam0o [link] [comments]

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I'm having a bit of a problem. My trusted laptop running Linux broke down yesterday. It wasn't a hard drive failure, but the laptop broke between the screen and the laptop itself, and is beyond repair. The screen does not work anymore but I know the rest is. It looks like someone broke it by playing next to it... anyway. ​ So now I'm going to buy a new laptop, and as I had not made a backup in a month, I'd still like to access and backup a few not so trivial files on my broken laptop. My question: if I connect the two laptops (the brand new one, running Linux, and the other, broken one, running Linux) with a USB cable for instance, can I access the old partition on the broken laptop and transfer a few files/ folders? Is there a tutorial somewhere? submitted by /u/chs75 [link] [comments]

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