Is there a copy handling progam available for ubuntu? Something similar to Copy Handler on Windows which can queue, pause and resume files being copied?
Helps you to integrate UltraCopier on the Nautilus/Nemo file browser.
Is included on the official ubuntu universe repo and is added as a dependency of the extension, so will be automatically installed.
After install: Select one option
Restart your computer(recommended)
Logout and login
nemo -q(save your work first)
nautilus -q(save your work first)
To configure your keyboard shortcut
Rigth click on the desktop and then in Configure UltraCopier.
To install on ubuntu 14.04:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:lestcape/ultracopier-extensions sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install nemo-ultracopier
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:lestcape/ultracopier-extensions sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install nautilus-ultracopier
sudo apt-get install ppa-purge sudo ppa-purge ppa:lestcape/ultracopier-extension
sudo apt-get purge nemo-ultracopier
sudo apt-get purge nautilus-ultracopier
Report any problem:
Krusader is a Total-Commander-like two-panel manager.
F6 open dialog for copying or moving files, where instead of confirming and running the job immediately, you can press
F2 to send the job to a queue where you can manage it further.
I actually just use
scp on the terminal for this.
If you select a bunch of files / directories in nautilus and copy them, you can paste them into a text editor- they'll end up as paths separated by newlines. I just append
\ to the end of each line, replace
\ and add quotes if necessary (note the space after the slash), prefix with
cp and away you go: paste into a terminal, hit enter and you have serial copy.
scp networkserver:/some/dir/file1 \ networkserver:/some/other/dir/file2 \ "networkserver:/some/other/badly\ named\ dir/file3" \ .