I have just learned about different ways to launch a browser from the command line: How to launch default web browser from the terminal?
Still, there are more things that I would like to do with it, but how...
When I launch a certain web page from the shell script, for example:
This will open the web page in a new (browser) Tab, but I would like to launch a new browser window instead. Is that possible, and how?
If the browser is not already open, it does launch a new (browser) Window. However, when I close the browser it prints
###!!! [Parent][RunMessage] Error: Channel closing: too late to send/recv, messages will be lostin the command line. How to avoid that? By the way, in 1) closing the (browser) Tab does not print any statement.
It would be nice if I could close this web page from the script too. How to do that? For example:
gnome-close https://www.timeanddate.comor something else...
Any suggestions are welcome, even if it is a different application. Does not have to be
gnome-open. I have tried
xdg-open too, same problems exist.