is there any shell command that open file system's GUI-window of the terminal's current working directory?
Note the spce-dot at the end, where the dot represents the current directory. I actually created a symlink called
run, so I can easily open anything from the command line (folders, random files, etc.).
On newer versions of Gnome, this seems to have been replaced by
xdg-open. In fact,
libgnome2-bin, the package needed to install
gnome-open, is not available for Ubuntu 19.10. Here is the new version: