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NAME

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

SYNOPSIS

       program [standard options] [specific options] arguments

DESCRIPTION

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

OPTIONS

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

       --usage
              Display a brief usage message.

       --version
              Show the application's version information.

   Bonobo Activation support
       --oaf-ior-fd=FD
              File descriptor to print IOR on

       --oaf-activate-iid=IID
              IID to activate

       --oaf-private
              Prevent registering of server with OAF

   GNOME library options
       --disable-sound
              Disable sound server usage

       --enable-sound
              Enable sound server usage

       --espeaker=HOSTNAME:PORT
              Host:port on which the esd sound server to use is running.  This is useful  if  you
              simultaneously run programs on several machines.

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

   Session management options
       --sm-client-id=ID
              Specify  session  management  ID.   Only  used  by the session manager itself while
              restarting the application.

       --sm-config-prefix=PREFIX
              Specify prefix of saved configuration.

       --sm-disable
              Disable connection to session manager.

   Other options
       --load-modules=MODULE1,MODULE2,...
              Dynamic modules to load

SEE ALSO

       gtk-options(7)

       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 application's online help.

AUTHOR

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