How to Open a Website from Terminal
Every once in a while I want to open a website from the terminal ... just because. Maybe it's because it makes me feel just a bit more hardcore, you know, not clicking a GUI icon. Anyways, opening a browser via the command line is dead simple:
That execution will open the URL in the system's default browser. If your prefer a specific browser, you can so specify:
open -a "Google Chrome Canary" http://cnn.com
Open a URL from the command line -- you'll feel like a true pro.
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