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Different Linux distro have different file explorer. Is there any universal way(type the same command) to open the file explorer to a certain directory in shell(command line)?

If it is possible, it is better to be suitable for any Unix-like OS. Thanks.

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You're probably looking for something like xdg-open /path/to/directory, which should open up in the default file explorer. Of course, this only works on systems where xdg-like stuff is installed (so I would imagine mostly Linux systems).

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U r probably looking for something like xdg_open/path /to/directory,which should open up in the default file explorer.f is installed ...so I would like imagine mostly Linux systems is it..

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