LF is a free and open source terminal file manager for Linux, macOS, BSDs, Windows. It is written in Go and released under MIT License. It is heavily inspired by ranger file manager. It comes with fast startup time, low memory requirement, asynchronous IO operations, custom vi and readline keybindings and many more.
How to Install LF file manager on Ubuntu
To install LF file manager on your Linux system, run below command in your terminal application. You can open the terminal application using ctrl+alt+t keys or from the Show Apps in Ubuntu dock.
sudo apt install lf -y
After the successful installation of LF file manager run below command to open it.
For the complete lf help details, run below command.