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gnome-options(7)	      Gnome User's Manual	      gnome-options(7)

       gnome-options - Standard Command Line Options for GNOME 2 Programs

       program [standard options] [specific options] arguments

       This  manual  page describes the command line options, which are common
       to all Gnome applications.

   Help options
       -?, --help
	      Show the application's help message.

	      Display a brief usage message.

	      Show the application's version information.

   Bonobo Activation support
	      File descriptor to print IOR on

	      IID to activate

	      Prevent registering of server with OAF

   GNOME library options
	      Disable sound server usage

	      Enable sound server usage

	      Host:port on which the esd sound server to use is running.  This
	      is   useful  if  you  simultaneously  run	 programs  on  several

   GNOME GUI options
	      Disable the crash dialog,	 which	is  normally  shown  when  the
	      application segfaults.

   Session management options
	      Specify session management ID.  Only used by the session manager
	      itself while restarting the application.

	      Specify prefix of saved configuration.

	      Disable connection to session manager.

   Other options
	      Dynamic modules to load


       For most GNOME programs there will be additional command line  options,
       which  are  specific  to	 the  program.	These will be explained in the
       Application options section of the --help output and  in	 the  applica‐
       tion's online help.

       This manual page was written by Jochen Voss <>.  A first
       version was generated with the help of the help2man program.  The  pro‐
       gram's output was manually edited later.

GNOME 2.2			  2003-10-20		      gnome-options(7)

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