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Default How to use pcmanfm?

How to use pcmanfm?

I have start the server as a local daemon but it isn't recognized.
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I don't know anything about this application, but a search through the ports@ archive shows that the maintainer recommends famd with "-T 0".
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It's a file manager.

The problem persist.
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One of the dependencies for pcmanfm is fan, which requires you to make operational changes to enable it. When you install dependent packages, you must read and determine if you need to follow the instructions.
$ pkg_info -M fan
Follow the post-installation instructions. Perhaps this will help, since you will need RPC portmapping enabled to use this application.
You will find it easier for people to help you with console messages and file content if you do not attach bitmapped images of them, but post the actual text inside code tags. Most of us use script(1), run the typescript file output through col(1) with the -b option to remove control characters, then edit the text for clarity before copy/pasting here.
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Ok i follow the instruction:
$script -a nome.txt
$cat nome.txt | col -b

Thanks.

Have I another question related to your answer there is a way that i can directly copy the contents of the terminal using the mouse?
In this way the procedure would be more intuitive and practical.
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From X: Select text with mouse, copy/paste with middle mouse button or Shift-Insert from keyboard.

From console: see FAQ 7.2
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