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       eog - a GNOME image viewer


       eog [options] files...


       An image viewer for GNOME which uses gdk_pixbuf


       Usage: eog [OPTION...]

       GNOME Options
         --disable-sound            Disable sound server usage
         --enable-sound             Enable sound server usage
         --espeaker=HOSTNAME:PORT   Host:port on which the sound
                                    server to use is running

       Help options
         -?, --help                 Show this help message
         --usage                    Display brief usage message

       GTK options
         --gdk-debug=FLAGS          Gdk debugging flags to set
         --gdk-no-debug=FLAGS       Gdk debugging flags to unset
         --display=DISPLAY          X display to use
         --sync                     Make X calls synchronous
         --no-xshm                  Don't use X shared
                                    memory extension
         --name=NAME                Program name as used by the
                                    window manager
         --class=CLASS              Program class as used by the
                                    window manager
         --gtk-debug=FLAGS          Gtk+ debugging flags to set
         --gtk-no-debug=FLAGS       Gtk+ debugging flags
                                    to unset
         --g-fatal-warnings         Make all warnings fatal
         --gtk-module=MODULE        Load an additional
                                    Gtk module

       GNOME GUI options

       Session management options
         --sm-client-id=ID          Specify session management ID
         --sm-config-prefix=PREFIX  Specify prefix of saved
         --sm-disable               Disable connection to
                                    session manager


       This  manual  page  was written for the Debian GNU/Linux distribution because the original
       program does not have a manual page.

       This manual page was written by Dan Nguyen  <>,  for  the  Debian  GNU/Linux
       system (but may be used by others).

                                          April 22, 2000                                   EOG(1)