June 2, 2010 · General · Email This Post

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Double Commander is a cross platform open source file manager with two panels side by side. It is inspired by Total Commander and features some new ideas.
Here are some key features of Double Commander:

* Unicode support
* All operations working in background
* Multi-rename tool
* Tabbed interface
* Custom columns
* Internal text editor (F4)  with syntax highlighting
* Built in file viewer (F3) to view files of in hex, binary or text format
* Archives are handled like sub directories. You can easily copy files to and from archives. Supported archive types: ZIP, TAR GZ, TGZ, LZMA and also BZ2, RPM, CPIO, DEB, RAR.
* Extended  search function with full text search in any files
* Configurable button bar to start external programs or internal menu commands
* Total Commander WCX, WDX and WLX plug-ins support
* File operations logging
* And more...

Install Double Commander in Ubuntu

Download .deb package from here now install this .deb package by double clicking or by using the following command

sudo dpkg -i doublecmd_0.4.5.1-1.gtk2_i386.deb

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5 Comments to “Double Commander – A cross platform open source file manager with two panels”

  1. Thomas says:

    I gave this a try, and while it isn’t bad, I preferred Gnome Commander that you featured earlier as it could connect to a host of remote sites (all the stuff you can do with Nautilus), which Double Commander couldn’t (or at least I couldn’t figure out how).

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  2. Neuromancer says:

    The version of Nautilus in Lucid now supports two panels.

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  3. Floyd says:

    I can’t find the 64 bit .deb.

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  4. Bob-El says:

    It’s an .rpm, not a .deb file. Archive mangler doesn’t know how to mangle it.

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