How to install the latest Nemo FM

Hello guys,

How can I install the latest Nemo FM on Zorin OS?
At least a version that the icon view zoom feature works.

Regards,

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CTRL ALT T

sudo apt install nemo

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You didn't catch my question,
I know how to install Nemo via terminal.
Actually, I have it on my system right now, but it's version 4.4.2, The latest version is 5, How can I install version 5 or 4.4.8

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4.4.2 is the latest version available in the Ubuntu repository. I ran a Google search to find out if I could find a later version, like version 5, I did, but for other distros.

Ubuntu repo's are known to be quite slow at updating their software repo's. But I can't recommend installing software for other distro's, because it could break your system.

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Thank you,
The 4.4.2 version is fine by me, but I guess it has a bug, I reviewed somewhere on GitHub, I can't change the icon view size all in batch, I have to change them level by level and this is so annoying.
Do you have any idea?

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I am using Nemo 5.0.

http://packages.linuxmint.com/pool/backport/n/nemo/nemo_5.0.3%2Buma_amd64.deb

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Is it fully compatible with Zorin OS??
By the way, I already downloaded this package, but I got an error while installing, Something about cinnamon-desktop dependency.
A little help please

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Yes, I have been using it since Zorin OS 16 Alpha.

Let's try from Repository:

sudo -i

nautilus

Navigate to /etc/apt/sources.list

Paste this line at the bottom and save the file but do not close it:
deb http://packages.linuxmint.com uma main upstream import backport

Open terminal and run

sudo apt install -y nemo

Once installed, in the sources.list file that is still open; remove the repository you just added (This is important. Further updates from the testing repo may cause breakage).

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Sorry to ask a question regarding to file manager...

Is there any FM that i can copy the path? I mean double click and give me a full path...i remember that one distro i use have this "options"

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I know that Nemo and thunar both do, by clicking the Location Button.

To do so in Nautilus...

...

I just tried. I have no idea how to do so in Gnome nautilus.

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Humm and Zorin use files to FM?

So i can install two different file mangers without any problem'?

Thanks

I got it...using FM default Zorin

Ctrl + L show the path

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Yes, you can install most file managers without any problem. But QT based FM's, like Dolphin, won't look right on Zorin OS.

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I don't like the dolphin....like this one from zorin and ubuntu (nemo).

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Well I'm using Dolphin with the konsole (because of the command line) installed since zorin15.3 because I like working with split screens. The one thing that bothers me about Nemo is the notification when I'm transfering files. Now with Zorin16 this problem is solved in Dolphin.

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Thank you very much,
I did that, But I get version 4.4.2 again, I try to execute command sudo apt update and get following error related to this repository

W: GPG error: http://packages.linuxmint.com uma Release: The following signatures couldn't be verified because the public key is not available: NO_PUBKEY A6616109451BBBF2
E: The repository 'http://packages.linuxmint.com uma Release' is not signed.
N: Updating from such a repository can't be done securely, and is therefore disabled by default.
N: See apt-secure(8) manpage for repository creation and user configuration details.

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Can you please try:

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:linuxmint-daily-build-team/daily-builds

And remove the deb http://packages.linuxmint.com uma main upstream import backport from the sources.list

Once done, then

sudo apt install -y nemo

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Thank you very much.
Finally, everything gone fine

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