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Answers in Shell Scripting | By August R. Garcia

Published 5 months agoSat, 20 Jul 2019 23:22:36 -0700 | Last update 5 months agoSat, 20 Jul 2019 23:22:46 -0700

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Tags: Linux, BASH Shell, BASH, Nautilus, Nemo, Dolphin

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The answer is that there's no built in option to do this in Nautilus, although there are Stack Exchange threads discussing ghetto hack workarounds.

It seems like you would be able to do this in Nemo, based on the Nemo documentation, which suggests that there is a -t or --tabs flag can be used, but when attempting to do this, I've been getting this error:

Could not parse arguments: Unknown option --tabs

And the --tabs option is not being shown when "nemo --help" is run.

Anyway, the workaround is to install the Dolphin file manager, which is basically the same as Nautilus but which supports oppening multiple tabs from the command line out of the box. Which is like a solution to this question, basically.

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• [2019-07-20 23:22 PDT] August R. Garcia (5 months ago)
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