Coming from Mac OS, in terminal I am able to use
open . in terminal which will open a directory.
I am able to semi replicate this with
pantheon-files ., but this returns
[INFO 21:33:37.889767] Application.vala:155: Files version: 0.2.4 [INFO 21:33:37.889846] Application.vala:157: Kernel version: 3.19.0-33-generic [WARNING 21:33:37.894015] Couldn't connect to accessibility bus: Failed to connect to socket /tmp/dbus-0hpFTi9zyT: Connection refused [INFO 21:33:37.930317] Application.vala:85: Report any issues/bugs you might find to http://bugs.launchpad.net/pantheon-files
To get round the above issue I use
pantheon-files . > /dev/null. However, the command is still running in my terminal session and when I close it in terminal it closes the window I have just opened.
My question, can I open a directory from terminal without leaving the session open?