I used to use nautilus . command to open the graphical folder / file viewer in red hat linux. Now I moved to mac and it seems that there is no nautilus support in it. Is there any equivalent command that I can use. My scenario is like this, I open a Terminal, go to the folder I want let's say /Users/user1/myapps and I do want to use a command that by typing it in Terminal, it bring me the graphical folder / files view where I am.
Yes, there's a command for this, just type:
open is the command line equivalent of double clicking a file or directory in the Finder.
open either starts the standard application associated with the filesystem object provided as argument or, when used with option
-a , the application specified.
open has some other interesting options, see
man open for more information.
open . you can also install Macports and get nautilus itself, I find it better/useful than Finder. Building a nautilus from
git clone git://git.gnome.org/nautilus is also possible but they recommend Fedora 25 and Ubuntu 16.10 so macports'
sudo port install nautilus just might be easier and smart choice :)