How can I open and see within a file within a jar file from within Terminal?
I can use less to print out all the files within the jar file, but how can I open these files?
Really...WTF. I'm assuming English is not your first language--if not really...WTF. If you're trying to open a file in a file manager when you right click you can choose "Open with" and select the proper app to open the file and you can check the box to select this app to be the default action for this type of file.
Hey guys,I've searched the web and can't find an answer to this, and I don't remember this happening when I was on Statler, but if I have a Libreoffice file open already, and I go to Thunar and open another Libreoffice file, the new file doesn't come into focus but opens in the background, and I get a blinking button in my tint2 toolbar. If I am opening a new file, it
This tutorial will explain how to open file from console with preferred application in Ubuntu, just like when double-click on a .mp3 file in nautilus, rhythmbox player launches and plays the music, also urls can be open with the default web browser from the terminal.
There’re following command tools do this work:
gnome-open opens a file with Gnome’s default application
When I'm using PCManFM, I sometimes do the following. I right-click in an empty place in ~/, and choose Make new... --> Empty File. I type some text in it, like 'blabalballabl', and then I save it, e.g., as test.
Now, I double-click this file. Leafpad won't open the file, but instead PCManFM will say that the file is executable. It then asks if I want to execute the file or not.