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 Post subject: MuCommander
PostPosted: Tue Apr 22, 2008 10:48 am 
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There is a Norton like Commander written in Java. A portable version exist.

- Web Page: http://www.mucommander.com/
- Current Version: 0.8.2
- Portable Download: http://www.mucommander.com/download/muc ... ble.tar.gz
- Screenshorts: http://www.mucommander.com/screenshots.php
- License: Free Software - GNU General Public License
- Description from the web side:
muCommander is a lightweight, cross-platform file manager featuring a Norton Commander style interface and running on any operating system with Java support (Mac OS X, Windows, Linux, *BSD, Solaris...).


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PostPosted: Tue Apr 22, 2008 11:26 pm 
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this is really a nice find spillej but the application is written in java :wink:

quote from http://www.portablefreeware.com/about.php

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For EXE portability, my preference is not to list any Java or .NET app


So I don't think Andrew wil ad it to the database

Btw: welcome to this forum :!:

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PostPosted: Thu Apr 24, 2008 3:16 am 
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Lightweight Java app :lol:

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m^(2) wrote:
Lightweight Java app :lol:

"Oxymoron" - isn't it ;)


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PostPosted: Sat Jan 10, 2009 8:06 pm 
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0.8.3 Portable version:
http://www.mucommander.com/download/mucommander-0_8_3-portable.tar.gz

If you already have JRE copied on your USB hard drive (I do, for portable use of Eclipse) you can run muCommander by running java.exe from \jre\bin with -jar mucommander.jar parametar. Make sure you set start directory to be directory of mucommander (Use Pstart or Executor).

That way you can use mucommander on any windows computer and don't care if java is installed on it. Later, when you encounter some linux distribution with java installed, you can use your familiar muCommander for file managing.


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 Post subject: Pasos para tener Mucommander Portable:
PostPosted: Tue Jun 09, 2009 8:05 pm 
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Pasos para tener Mucommander Portable:

1) Descargue Java JRE
JRE = Java RunTime Enviroment

http://java.com/

http://jdl.sun.com/webapps/getjava/Brow ... t=java.com


Da clic dentro de esa página en: "Todos los archivos de descarga de Java".
Luego Selecciona el que es para Windows(el siguiente link es para descargar Fuera de linea, es

decir lo puedo descargar en un cyber y me lo llevo a casa a instalarlo. El otro "En Linea es para

instalar teniendo internet en casa).

Aquí pongo la descarga directa (pongo lo de arriba por un caso algún día el link ya no sirve):

http://javadl.sun.com/webapps/download/ ... leId=29219

Al poner el link que está arriba te pregunta una ventana si queires guardarlo pon que si.


2) Instale Java en su PC (o alguna PC)

3) Descargar Mucommander para Windows desde:

www.mucommander.com

http://www.mucommander.com/download/muc ... -0_8_3.exe

(nota: descarta el *.exe NO el *.tar.gz)

4) Instale Java en su PC.

5) Vaya a:

C:\Archivos de programa\Java\jre6\

Y copie Todo lo que hay allí (toda la estructura intacta)

En su Pendrive cree una carpeta llamada "Mucommander Portable" y pegue allí todo (Deben estar

allí una carpeta que se llama "bin" y otra "lib", en la carpeta "bin" hay un archivo que se

llama:"java.exe").


6) Vaya a:

C:\Archivos de programa\Mucommander

Copie todo lo que hay allí, y pongalo dentro de la carpeta "bin", supongamos que su Pendrive

tiene la letra "G:", sería así:


[Este manual está hecho con los pasos que indica "bro" en el manual que él hizo:

http://www.portablefreeware.com/forums/ ... r=asc&high

light=

Yo lo que he hecho es explicarlo paso por paso, step by step, gracías a "bro" es que pude saber

cómo tener Mucommander Portable. Dios te bendiga "bro", God Bless You "bro"]


G:\Mucommander\bin

Allí dentro debe estár (si lo hizo bien) el archivo: "muCommander.exe"


7): Abra una consola del simbolo del sistema, pero antes vea esto:

Datos necesarios:

alt + 92 = \
cd.. (ENTER) = Significa que debes escribir "cd.." y aplastar la tecla "ENTER" (no escribirla)


PASOS A SEGUIR, vaya a:

Inicio/Todos los Programas/Accesorios/Símbolo del Sistema

Sigan los pasos [NOTA:las cosas que pongo en corchetes son para explicar, eso no aparece ni

pongan en el simbolo del sistema]:

-------------------------------------------
Microsoft Windows XP [Versión 5.1.2600]
(C) Copyright 1985-2001 Microsoft Corp.

C:\Documents and Settings\Jesús mi salvador>

C:\Documents and Settings\Jesús mi salvador>cd.. (ENTER)
C:\Documents and Settings>cd.. (ENTER)
C:\>G: (ENTER) ["G:" es el Pendrive, el mío. Ud vea qué letra tiene el suyo]
G:\>

[En el pendrive está la carpeta que se llama: "Mucommander Portable", para entrar en ella poner

así:]

G:\>cd Mucommander Portable (ENTER)
G:\Mucommander Portable>
G:\Mucommander Portable>cd bin
G:\Mucommander Portable\bin>java.exe -jar mucommander.jar (ENTER)



OK, funciona. Ahora lo puede llevar donde lo necesites, a cualquier PC que no tenga instaldo java

Bendicones para todos.

"no mirando cada uno por lo suyo propio, sino cada cual también por lo de los otros.
Haya, pues, en vosotros este sentir que hubo también en Cristo Jesús," Filipenses 2:4-5


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PostPosted: Tue Jun 09, 2009 8:14 pm 
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Thinking google trans late will make the above comment make more sense
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Steps to take Mucommander Portable:

1) Download Java JRE
JRE = Java Runtime Environment

http://java.com/

http://jdl.sun.com/webapps/getjava/Brow ... t=java.com


Da click within that page: "All download files from Java".
Then select which is for Windows (the following link to download is offline, is

what can you say in a cyber and I'll take it home to install it. The other "Online is for

having to install internet at home).

I put the direct download here (put it up for a one day event and the link does not work):

http://javadl.sun.com/webapps/download/ ... leId=29219

By putting the link up is a window asks you if you put that Queirós save.


2) Install Java on your PC (or PC)

3) Download for Windows Mucommander from:

www.mucommander.com

http://www.mucommander.com/download/muc ... -0_8_3.exe

(note: DO NOT forget the *. exe *. tar.gz)

4) Install Java on your PC.

5) Go to:

C: \ Program Files \ Java \ jre6 \

And copy everything what is there (the entire structure intact)

In his Pendrive cree a folder called "Portable Mucommander" and paste it all (must be

there is a folder called "bin" and "lib" in folder "bin" is a file that is

called "java.exe").


6) Go to:

C: \ Program Files \ Mucommander

Copy everything there, and place it inside the folder "bin", suppose your Pendrive

has the letter "G" would be as follows:


[This is done manually with the steps that says "bro" in the manual he did:

http://www.portablefreeware.com/forums/ ... r=asc&high

= light

What I've done is to explain step by step, step by step, thanks to "bro" is that I know

how to Mucommander Portable. God bless you "bro," God Bless You "bro"]


G: \ Mucommander \ bin

There must be (if done well) the file: "muCommander.exe"


7) Open a console prompt, but before you see this:

Data needed:

alt + 92 = \
cd .. (ENTER) = means that you could type "cd .." and crush ENTER (not write)


STEPS TO FOLLOW, go to:

Start / All Programs / Accessories / System Prompt

Follow the steps [NOTE: I put things in brackets are to explain, that there was no mention

symbol placed on the system]:

-------------------------------------------
Microsoft Windows XP [Version 5.1.2600]
(C) Copyright 1985-2001 Microsoft Corp.

C: \ Documents and Settings \ Jesus my savior>

C: \ Documents and Settings \ Jesus my savior> cd .. (ENTER)
C: \ Documents and Settings> cd .. (ENTER)
C: \> G: (ENTER) [ "G" is the Pendrive, mine. You see what letter has its own]
G: \>

[The pen is the folder that is named: "Portable Mucommander," put it to enter

well:]

G: \> cd Mucommander Portable (ENTER)
G: \ Portable Mucommander>
G: \ Portable Mucommander> cd bin
G: \ Portable Mucommander \ bin> java.exe-jar mucommander.jar (ENTER)



OK, it works. Now you can take where you need it, to any PC that does not have java installed

Bendicones for all.

"not looking for what each his own, but also for each of the others.
Has, therefore, you feel that this was also in Christ Jesus "Philippians 2:4-5


:shock: was wrong

WHATTTTT!!!!! por favor, habla en english


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PostPosted: Wed Aug 12, 2009 6:41 am 
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MiDoJo wrote:
Thinking google trans late will make the above comment make more sense
Quote:
Steps to take Mucommander Portable:

1) Download Java JRE
JRE = Java Runtime Environment

http://java.com/

http://jdl.sun.com/webapps/getjava/Brow ... t=java.com


Da click within that page: "All download files from Java".
Then select which is for Windows (the following link to download is offline, is

what can you say in a cyber and I'll take it home to install it. The other "Online is for

having to install internet at home).

I put the direct download here (put it up for a one day event and the link does not work):

http://javadl.sun.com/webapps/download/ ... leId=29219

By putting the link up is a window asks you if you put that Queirós save.


2) Install Java on your PC (or PC)

3) Download for Windows Mucommander from:

http://www.mucommander.com

http://www.mucommander.com/download/muc ... -0_8_3.exe

(note: DO NOT forget the *. exe *. tar.gz)

4) Install Java on your PC.

5) Go to:

C: \ Program Files \ Java \ jre6 \

And copy everything what is there (the entire structure intact)

In his Pendrive cree a folder called "Portable Mucommander" and paste it all (must be

there is a folder called "bin" and "lib" in folder "bin" is a file that is

called "java.exe").


6) Go to:

C: \ Program Files \ Mucommander

Copy everything there, and place it inside the folder "bin", suppose your Pendrive

has the letter "G" would be as follows:


[This is done manually with the steps that says "bro" in the manual he did:

viewtopic.php?t=3187&start=0&postdays=0&postorder=asc&high

= light

What I've done is to explain step by step, step by step, thanks to "bro" is that I know

how to Mucommander Portable. God bless you "bro," God Bless You "bro"]


G: \ Mucommander \ bin

There must be (if done well) the file: "muCommander.exe"


7) Open a console prompt, but before you see this:

Data needed:

alt + 92 = \
cd .. (ENTER) = means that you could type "cd .." and crush ENTER (not write)


STEPS TO FOLLOW, go to:

Start / All Programs / Accessories / System Prompt

Follow the steps [NOTE: I put things in brackets are to explain, that there was no mention

symbol placed on the system]:

-------------------------------------------
Microsoft Windows XP [Version 5.1.2600]
(C) Copyright 1985-2001 Microsoft Corp.

C: \ Documents and Settings \ Jesus my savior>

C: \ Documents and Settings \ Jesus my savior> cd .. (ENTER)
C: \ Documents and Settings> cd .. (ENTER)
C: \> G: (ENTER) [ "G" is the Pendrive, mine. You see what letter has its own]
G: \>

[The pen is the folder that is named: "Portable Mucommander," put it to enter

well:]

G: \> cd Mucommander Portable (ENTER)
G: \ Portable Mucommander>
G: \ Portable Mucommander> cd bin
G: \ Portable Mucommander \ bin> java.exe-jar mucommander.jar (ENTER)



OK, it works. Now you can take where you need it, to any PC that does not have java installed

Bendicones for all.

"not looking for what each his own, but also for each of the others.
Has, therefore, you feel that this was also in Christ Jesus "Philippians 2:4-5


:shock: was wrong

WHATTTTT!!!!! por favor, habla en english


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 Post subject: Re: MuCommander
PostPosted: Fri Nov 12, 2010 9:20 am 
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I finally tested today using PortableApp's Java stuff and it looks like we have a way to run Java applications portably now.

Requirements:


Procedure:

  1. Download the portable JAR file version of muCommander (http://www.mucommander.com/index.php#download)
  2. Save both Java Portable and Java Portable Launcher to a folder. If it isn't already, make sure Java portable is under "\CommonFiles\Java" or the laucher won't recognize it
  3. Start the Laucher program and open the muCommander.jar.

muCommander appears to work great. Settings are saved under JavaPortableLauncher\Data\AppData\.mucommander

The program appears to save some temp information to LocalSettings\Temp, but appears to be portable.

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 Post subject: Re: MuCommander
PostPosted: Fri Nov 12, 2010 10:51 am 
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You can use -p switch to tell muCommander where to save settings.

I use batch file to run muCommander.jar portably without "Java Portable Launcher".

Code:
@echo off
start %~dp0\..\CommonFiles\Java\bin\javaw.exe -jar %~dp0\mucommander.jar -p %~dp0\.mucommander


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 Post subject: Re: MuCommander
PostPosted: Fri Nov 12, 2010 11:16 am 
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bro wrote:
You can use -p switch to tell muCommander where to save settings.

I use batch file to run muCommander.jar portably without "Java Portable Launcher".


Very cool. Thanks!

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 Post subject: Re: MuCommander
PostPosted: Sat Dec 18, 2010 11:42 am 
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Added: http://www.portablefreeware.com/index.php?id=2033

This is our first Java program, so the instructions might be a little long, but I was trying to be thorough.

bro: I used your batch file text in the entry, but I had to add some ""s to make it work on my XP system.

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 Post subject: Re: MuCommander
PostPosted: Sun Dec 19, 2010 5:03 pm 
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muCommander extract instructions:

  1. Download the portable TAR.GZ package and extract to a folder named muCommander. You may need to extract the .GZ and the .TAR file separately, depending on your extraction program.
  2. Download and extract jPortable CommonFiles\Java directory in the same folder you put the muCommander folder. (For example.: g:\portable\muCommander with g:\portable\CommonFiles\Java)
  3. Create a text file and paste the green text below:

    Code:
    @echo off
    @start "" "%~dp0\..\CommonFiles\Java\bin\javaw.exe" -jar "%~dp0mucommander.jar" -p "%~dp0.mucommander"


  4. Save to the muCommander folder as startmucommander.bat
  5. Launch startmucommander.bat

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 Post subject: Re: MuCommander
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It's an old news, but muCommander supports portable file associations, which is a great feature.

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 Post subject: Re: MuCommander
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m^(2) wrote:
It's an old news, but muCommander supports portable file associations, which is a great feature.

Very cool -- good to know. I guess that addresses this issue.

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