ClamTk 5.20 Clam Antivirus recently released, is an open source desktop application that provides users with a graphical user interface for Clam AntiVirus virus scanner application that runs on Linux-based operating systems. ClamTk uses Perl and Gtk libraries and it’s designed to be an easy-to-use, lightweight, on-demand antivirus scanner for Linux systems. It has been ported to Fedora, Debian, RedHat, openSUSE, ALT Linux, Ubuntu, CentOS, Gentoo, Archlinux, Mandriva, PCLinuxOS, Frugalware, FreeBSD, and others ClamTk 5.
If you desire to have a better visual layout of your Ubuntu folder directories, then Folder Color is what you need. Folder Color is an open-source application that allows users to easily color or change the color of their folder icons. This was initially used in Nautilus but now also added to the default repoitory for Ubuntu 15.04 Vivid Vervet. Folder Color supports the following file browsers Nautilus, Nemo & Caja in these desktops: Unity, GNOME, Cinnamon, & MATE You can choose the color or emblem of a folder from a predefined color templates Change the color of a folder with just a right click!
Nautilus is the official file manager for the GNOME desktop. It allows you to browse directories, preview files and launch applications associated with them. It is also responsible for handling the icons on the GNOME desktop. It works on local and remote filesystems. The latest update 3.12.2 is currently available in Gnome3 staging Repository and ready for testing. It comes with a number of bug fixes: Don’t resolve symlinks before launching an application Fix a crasher when switching location out of trash Fix a crasher when enumerating windows Fix a crasher when listing bookmarks Use headerbar in bookmarks dialog Fix arrow direction in connect server dialog for RTL Use spaces between em dashes in file operations Do not use legacy emblem names Sync the GTK+ setting for ‘sort-directories-first’ [infobox color=”#dd3333″ icon=”warning”]Extra care should be taken when updating, as there might be undesired issues as reported by a user.