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nemo: Open specific directories in tabs.
$ nemo --tabs ${path-to-directory1 path-to-directory2 ---}
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The command you provided is in the form of a command-line argument for the "nemo" file manager. Here's a breakdown of the command: - "nemo": This is the command to run the "nemo" file manager. "nemo" is a default file manager for some Linux distributions, such as Linux Mint. - "--tabs": This flag instructs "nemo" to open the specified directories in separate tabs within the same file manager window. - "${path-to-directory1 path-to-directory2 ---}": This part refers to the directories that you want to open with "nemo". You need to replace "path-to-directory1" and "path-to-directory2" with the actual paths to the directories you want to open. If you have more directories to open, you can continue adding them with a space delimiter (" "). For example, if you want to open two directories, "/home/user/Documents" and "/home/user/Pictures", the command would be: nemo --tabs /home/user/Documents /home/user/Pictures This will open "nemo" with two tabs, each displaying the content of the specified directories.

This explanation was created by an AI. In most cases those are correct. But please always be careful and never run a command you are not sure if it is safe.
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