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In Gnome, there's a handy command line utility gnome-open, that opens a specified file the same way it would be opened by the double click. Is there anything similar for XFCE?

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The command xdg-open works on all freedesktop.org-compliant desktop environments. This includes Xfce and LXDE.

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