Double Commander For Linux.
Double Commander for Linux, is an open-source multi-platform two-panel orthodox file manager that is inspired by the Microsoft Windows-only Total Commander.
- Compare and synchronize directories symmetrically or asymmetrically.This feature is one that can be very useful. It shows files by directory and sub-directory. It compares them by date/time stamp and by file size. One can focus on files that are different, or ones that are identical.
- Panes can be duplicated from one side to the other. Panes can represent original directories compared to copied or backed-up ones. These can then be matched in more detail in the synchronize directory feature.
- Tabs are for directories. Sets of tabs can be saved to files that can be reloaded to produce the same two panels and their tabs that one set up and saved. Tabs can be configured to allow no changes to them, or to open sub-directories in new tabs, so that the original tab remains intact and available.
- Brief, full and thumbnail view.
- Several sort options.
- Archive support.
- Customizable keyboard shortcuts.
- Checksum generation and verification.
- Visual file comparison/diff.
- Built-in file viewer and text editor.
- A mechanism for creating, maintaining and displaying file comments (4DOS descript.ion).
- Wipe file securely.
- All operations can be queued in the background.
- Unicode support.
- Supports Total Commander WCX, WDX and WLX Windows plug-ins.
- Officially released portable versions for Windows and Linux.
Now download the latest AppImage here.
Open a terminal window and type:
Press Enter and type in your password.
chmod +x doublecmd-gtk-latest-x86_64.AppImage
Press Enter, done.