Ubuntu noob here. How do I open a file in a working directory? I have already tried
And it replies with
bash: ./MyFile.jpg: Permission denied
Now, that got me thinking that I had to go and change the permissions. So I used chmod to make the file permission "rwx" (I'm not sure if making executable permissible is going to do what I want, it just seemed logical) and tried
But this returned
bash: ./MyFile.jpg: cannot execute binary file
Which makes me think the chmod was not the right way to go. So I changed the permission back so that it was not "rwx", but just "rw-". Now I'm stuck feeling pretty foolish because I can't open a simple file in Terminal. I can open it by not using Terminal and double clicking on the file while on the Desktop, but I want to teach myself how to navigate using the Terminal. I also tried
but that didn't work either. Any help?