Ye Olde Krusader.
Ten years ago a simple twin panel file manager was released. It had a few small glitches like showing rrr instead of rwx for permissions, had some compatibility issues with Debian and Solaris, did not save keyboard settings, but it was, in spite of many bugs, sort of usable for everyday work. Ten years ago Krusader started on the path to becoming a top file manager for a large range of operating systems and users.
It started with young developers Shie and Rafi, over some falafel. In spite of academic duties they kick started an application which became a very popular Total Commander like file manager for the Free Desktop. On January 1st 2002, version 1.0 was released by the Krusader Krew.
Fast forward ten years and the first beta for 2.2.0 has been released, codenamed 'DeKade'. It features better trash integration, many new tabs actions, queued packing and unpacking and much more.
Read on for more about Krusader!