I find it rather hard to travel through my system using nautilus and much prefer using the
cd etc commands in Terminal to get around my system, but I find that sometimes I do need to look at a list of files and folders in nautilus as
ls just isn't doing it for me and maybe there is such a large number of files that it would be much simpler if I could just have them all listed in a GUI instead of having to get ls to redirect the output into a file that I would then have to read.
But then what I find is that I have very quickly found the location of the directory which contains the files I want, in Terminal, and then I have to go back into nautilus and slowly move to that location through the GUI, so I am wondering if there is any way in Terminal, once you have used
cd to get to your target directory, to launch nautilus and have it auto-navigate to that location (so that it opens the directory you have used
cd to get to in nautilus)?
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