User vermaden shows us how to run broot file manager on your FreeBSD operating system. broot is a tool that allows you to search through your files in the command line interface, with options such as filtering for specific keywords and file sizes. See the link below for the full set of instructions.

The broot file manager is quite fresh and nice approach to files and directories filtering/searching/view/manipulation/… and whatever else you call messing with files ?

The broot tools is not yet available on the FreeBSD systems (as package or port).

This guide will show you how to built and install it on your FreeBSD system.

Here is how it looks in action.

Filter for jails.

Run broot on FreeBSD

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