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       PCManFM - A lightweight Gtk+ based file manager for X Window.


       pcmanfm [ options ] [ directories ]


       PCMan  File  Manager  (PCManFM)  is  an extremely fast, lightweight, yet feature-rich file
       manager with tabbed browsing. It is the default file manager for the  lightweight  desktop
       environment, LXDE.
         * Extremely fast and lightweight
         * Can be started in one second on normal machine
         * Tabbed browsing (similar to Firefox)
         * Drag & Drop handling with XDS (X direct save) support
         * Files can be dragged between tabs
         * Load large directories in reasonable time
         * File association support (with default application setup)
         * Basic thumbnail support with optional EXIF support
         * Bookmarks support
         * Handles non-UTF-8 encoded filenames correctly
         * Provide icon view and detailed list view
         * Standard compliant (follows specifications)
         * Clean and user-friendly interface (GTK+ 2.0)
         * Full desktop management
         * Can set individual wallpapers for each workspace
         * Removable media mounts support
         * Seamless access to remote file systems such as sftp, smb, and ftp
         * Trash can support


   Global options:
       -d, --daemon-mode   run  PCManFM  as  a  daemon  (ignored  if  another  PCManFM is already

       -p profile, --profile=profile
                           load another configuration profile instead of "default"

       --no-desktop        for Nautilus compatibility

   Per-instance options:
       --desktop           launch desktop manager (ignores -d)

       --desktop-off       turn off desktop manager if it's running

       --desktop-pref      open desktop preference dialog

       --one-screen        manage desktop only on current X screen (only if --desktop is used)

       -n, --new-win       open directories in new window

       --role              set X role for window (only if -n is used)

                           Set mode of desktop wallpaper, mode is:
                            color (fill with solid color),
                            stretch (stretch to fill entire monitor),
                            fit (stretch to fit monitor size),
                            center (place on center of monitor),
                            tile (tile to fill entire monitor),
                            crop (stretch and crop to fill monitor), or
                            screen (stretch to fill entire screen)

       -w file, --set-wallpaper=file
                           set desktop wallpaper from image file

       --show-pref n       open preferences dialog on page n

       -f, --find-files    open a file search dialog window

       directories         directories to open


       The PCMan File Manager can manage your desktop. That includes drawing some  background  on
       it  and  showing  icons  of Desktop folder. To activate the desktop management the pcmanfm
       should be executed with  option  --desktop.   Other  option  that  affects  this  mode  is
       --one-screen.  Change running desktop manager parameters you can by executing pcmanfm with
       option --desktop-pref which opens window with preferences or using command line parameters
       for   options   --set-wallpaper  or  --wallpaper-mode.   Execution  pcmanfm  --desktop-off
       terminates desktop management.

       While pcmanfm manages desktop it displays icons on desktop. Behavior  of  icons  resembles
       folder  view in main window of pcmanfm but icons on desktop can "remember" their position.
       If you have two or more monitors then desktop background and set of icons will be shown on
       each of them. Icons positions will be remembered individually for each of monitors.


              The current desktop environment. This variable affects items which will be shown in
              menu://applications/ folder.
              The prefix for XDG menu definition XML file. This variable affects layout of  items
              shown in menu://applications/ folder.


              The default configuration profile directory
              The main configuration file
              The desktop items layout for screen 0 (primary screen)


       PCManFM  is  named  after  its author's nickname on the internet, PCMan. It was written by
       Hong Jen Yee <>.

       This manual page was written by Tetralet <> for the Debian  GNU/Linux
       system. Updated by Andriy Grytsenko <>