A versatile file searching utility for Linux that uses different backends like locate
Catfish is engineered in such a way that it acts as a front-end for different command-line file search engines, such as locate, slocate, tracker, or beagle.
Its user interface is designed to be simple and lightweight, and the configuration options for each backend are taken directly from the command-line. It works well with all Linux distributions.
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What's New in This Release:
- Interface refresh, mimicking common gnome applications.
- Fix executable-not-elf-or-script when debian packaging
- Use "use_underline" property for SaveAs and Delete in popup menu
- Fix "--thumbnail" startup option (lp: #1230245)