CLEX file manager for Linux and Unix
CLEX is a free file manager with a full-screen user interface. It runs on Linux, FreeBSD, and other Unix and Unix-like systems. CLEX is open-source software licensed under the GNU General Public License. This is the official CLEX web site.
The latest stable version is 4.6.patch5.
There is currently no test version.
CLEX 4.6 in Fedora Linux (10-AUG-2011)
We'd like to inform you that Fedora now provides the most recent CLEX version in Fedora 14 and 15. Many thanks to people at Fedora.
CLEX 4.6.patch5 released (19-JUL-2011)
This release includes a patch fixing a problem with certain keys in the log's panel filter.
CLEX 4.6.4 released (21-MAY-2011)
We'd like to thank to Richard Harris for his contribution. Richard has proofread and corrected the English built-in help. Many thanks indeed.
This final 4.6 release differs slightly from 4.6.test3. Please read the change log for more information about new features.
Note: CLEX 4.6.4 is the stable release that follows 4.5, read below.
New numbering scheme (21-MAY-2011)
A sequence of consecutive numbers will be used as the third numbering level to ensure uncomplicated upgrading.
For example, CLEX 4.7 releases might be numbered from 1 to 7 like this: 4.7.test1, 4.7.test2, 4.7.rc3, 4.7.rc4, 4.7.5, 4.7.patch6, 4.7.patch7.
End of life for CLEX3 (21-MAY-2011)
CLEX version 3 reached its end of life. It is no longer available for download from this site.
The future of the CLEX YUM repository (11-APR-2011, updated 13-APR-2011)
Unfortunately it is not possible to provide a precompiled version of CLEX that will run on all recent RPM based Linux distributions. We don't have resources to maintain a large number of repositories. For these reasons we find the current form of the repository not really helpful and will discontinue it in the near future.
The main difficulty is that even with statical linking the shared library from the glibc version used for linking is required at runtime. This is a limitation of the glibc. More information about this issue can be found in the Documentation.