Dependencies page

This page configures the full path of the external applications. It is even possible to configure the full path of Krusader!

General tab

Here you can configure the full path of the following external applications:

applicationconfigurable full path

kdesu

/usr/bin/kdesu

kget

/usr/bin/kget

mailer

/usr/bin/kmail

diff utility

/usr/bin/kompare

krename

/usr/bin/krename

krusader

/usr/bin/krusader

locate

/usr/bin/locate

mount

/bin/mount

umount

/bin/umount

updatedb

/usr/bin/updatedb

Tip

By default Kompare (part of the kdesdk package) is used as external diff utility but you can also use your favorite diff utility e.g. xxdiff or KDiff3, just fill in the full path and enjoy.

Packers tab

In the Packers tab you will see a list of archive formats. Some are filled and some are empty. The ones that are available (filled) are supported by Krusader. For them, Krusader will handle the archives transparently and let you open them as folders (provided you have checked the Browse Archives As Directories item in the Archives section); otherwise, Krusader will attempt to invoke an application which opens archives of that type. If a certain archive item is empty, it means that Krusader could not find the appropriate executables in the configured path. The next archives are supported: ace, arj, bzip2, deb, gzip, iso, lha, lzma, rar, rpm, tar, xz, zip and 7z.

packerconfigurable full path

7z

usr/bin/7z

arj

usr/bin/arj

bzip2

usr/bin/bzip2

cpio

/bin/cpio

dpkg

/bin/dpkg

gzip

/usr/bin/gzip

lha

/usr/bin/lha

lzma

/usr/bin/lzma

rar

/usr/bin/rar

tar

/bin/tar

unace

/usr/bin/unace

unarj

/usr/bin/unarj

unrar

/usr/bin/unrar

unzip

/usr/bin/unzip

zip

/usr/bin/zip

xz

/usr/bin/xz

Note

Krusader may not be compatible with ACE despite our best efforts. Unace uses closed source and contains additional lines that make Unace get into infinite loop if the stdin is redirected to somewhere else. It works in the same manner as 'su', where you cannot enter the password only from the stdin. Krusader >= 1-51 emulates the command line environment to enable co-operation with Unace, but we have noticed that Unace always changes its output format from release to release, making co-operation almost impossible.

Checksum Utilities tab

Here you can configure the full path of the following external Checksum Utilities:

Checksum Utilitiesconfigurable full pathsupported checksums

md5sum

/usr/bin/md5sum

md5

sha1sum

/usr/bin/sha1sum

sha1

md5deep

/usr/bin/md5deep

md5

sha1deep

/usr/bin/sha1deep

sha1

sha224sum

/usr/bin/sha224sum

sha224

sha256sum

/usr/bin/sha256sum

sha256

sha256deep

/usr/bin/sha256deep

sha256

sha384sum

/usr/bin/sha384sum

sha384

sha512sum

/usr/bin/sha512sum

sha512

tigerdeep

/usr/bin/tigerdeep

tiger

whirlpooldeep

/usr/bin/whirlpooldeep

whirlpool

cfv

/usr/bin/cfv

md5, sha1, sfv, crc