otter-browser man page

otter-browser — the web browser controlled by the user, not vice-versa

Synopsis

otter-browser [Options] [PATH|URL|TERM...]

Description

See the Otter Browser wiki for help on using the browser:

<https://github.com/OtterBrowser/otter-browser/wiki/>

Options

--profile=PATH

Specifies the directory that profile (user data) is kept in. Defaults to ~/.config/otter.

--cache=PATH

Specifies the directory that cache data is kept in. Defaults to ~/.cache/otter.

--session=IDENTIFIER

Tries to load session specified by IDENTIFIER.

--private-session

Starts private session.

--session-chooser

Forces session chooser dialog.

--portable

Sets profile and cache paths to directories inside the same directory as that of application binary.

--new-tab=URL

Loads URL in new tab.

--new-private-tab=URL

Loads URL in new private tab.

--new-window=URL

Loads URL in new window.

--new-private-window=URL

Loads URL in new private window.

--readonly

Tells application to avoid writing data to disk.

--report

Prints out diagnostic report and exits application.

-h, --help

Show list of supported command line options.

-v, --version

Show version information.

As a Qt application, Otter also obeys Qt command-line flags, see the Qt documentation for complete list:

<http://doc.qt.io/qt-5/qguiapplication.html#QGuiApplication>

Files

~/.config/otter

Default directory for configuration data.

~/.cache/otter

Default directory for cache data.

Bugs

Bug tracker:

https://github.com/OtterBrowser/otter-browser/issues

Be sure to do your search within open and closed issues before submitting reports.

Author

The Otter Browser team - <http://otter-browser.org>

Info

January 2015 USER COMMANDS