Linked by Amjith Ramanujam on Fri 17th Oct 2008 18:52 UTC, submitted by fsmag
KDE "Krusader is a massively powerful and feature-packed twin panel file manager. If you dislike bloat and prefer minimalist windows managers like XFCE or Fluxbox, the good news is that Krusader will run without KDE, provided you have the necessary libraries installed. If Dolphin isn't cutting the mustard Krusader might just be what you've been looking for." Here is the download page for Krusader, give it a spin and share your comments.
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Great for synchronizing directories
by da_Chicken on Fri 17th Oct 2008 20:54 UTC
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Nice introduction. I've always been a big fan of GNU Midnight Commander, and Krusader feels like a natural GUI replacement of mc.

Krusader is the best tool I've found for synchronizing directories when I move my backups between computers. Kdiff3 integration for comparing and merging plain text files and Filelight integration for showing graphical presentations of disk usage are great extensions to Krusader's powerful file management features.

I'm eagerly waiting for the Qt4 version of Krusader. Too bad there hasn't yet been any news about Qt4 ports of Kdiff3 or Filelight, AFAIK.

Edited 2008-10-17 21:01 UTC

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