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Its not quite what your asking for, but Midnight Commander (aka MC) is very close to what you are asking for, and some people swear by it. Most Distro's have an MC package, so you shouldnt need to do anything to awkward to get it either.
Emelfm is what you're looking for.
Lightweight, really nice. It doesn't have icons, and you can customize columns so it shows the filename, size, but not type -- you have to figure that out from the extension. It has some menus and stuff at the top, you didn't mention if you want them, but you could probably modify it to not have them.
Make a shorcut to "Save profile..." command. Make carefull changes in settings of Konquerror - i.e. hide menu, hide tree, split view into two parts, change views to text mode, get rid of icons you don't need and extensions and plugins you don't need. Save the profile!
It's fast (bla bla DCOP), configurable, although not that lite and much more powerful thaan you wanted :-(
Originally Posted by cupoftea
I am looking for something that is GUI so I can use my mouse to point and click.
Also, it is twin window. Something I forgot to mention not to be included.
Just found this note at http://www.obsession.se/gentoo
[*] Gentoo the Linux distribution has nothing to do with gentoo the file manager, except the latter runs on the former. I actually used the name first of the two, way back in September 1998. I've been in touch with the Gentoo folks, and we're cool.