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How can I launch the GNOME image viewer from the terminal?

How can I launch the GNOME image viewer from the terminal?

It's the default image viewer for Ubuntu, and apparently it's called Eye of Gnome. I would like to be able to launch it from the command line, passing it a file name to open.

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Guest [Entry]

"The command to use is eog (Eye of GNOME). And you call it like so:

eog filename"
Guest [Entry]

For Fedora you can use shotwell filename.