seamonkey - Man Page

an internet application suite (browser, mail, etc.)

Synopsis

seamonkey [Options] [URL]

seamonkey-bin [Options] [URL]

Description

SeaMonkey is an open-source web browser, designed for standards compliance, performance and portability.

Usage

seamonkey is a simple shell script that will set up the environment for the actual executable, seamonkey-bin.

Options

A summary of the options supported by seamonkey is included below.

GTK options

--gdk-debug=FLAGS Gdk debugging flags to set

--gdk-no-debug=FLAGS

Gdk debugging flags to unset

--gtk-debug=FLAGS

Gtk+ debugging flags to set

--gtk-no-debug=FLAGS

Gtk+ debugging flags to unset

--gtk-module=MODULE

Load an additional Gtk module

X11 options

--display=DISPLAY

X display to use

--sync

Make X calls synchronous

--no-xshm

Don't use X shared memory extension

--xim-preedit=STYLE
--xim-status=STYLE
--g-fatal-warnings

Make all warnings fatal

SeaMonkey options

-height value

Set height of startup window to value.

-h, -help

Show summary of options.

-installer

Start with 4.x migration window.

-width value

Set width of startup window to value.

-v, -version

Print seamonkey-bin version.

-CreateProfile profile

Create profile.

-P profile

Start with profile.

-ProfileWizard

Start with profile wizard.

-ProfileManager

Start with profile manager.

-SelectProfile

Start with profile selection dialog.

-lang lang-region

Start with lang-region resources.

-remote command

Execute command in an already running SeaMonkey process.  For more info, see: http://www.mozilla.org/unix/remote.html

-splash

Enable splash screen.

-addressbook

Start with the addressbook.

-news

Start with news.

-jsconsole

Start with Javascript Console

-edit url

Start with editor.

-chrome url

Load the specified chrome.

-mail

Start with mail.

-compose url

Start with mail compose.

Files

/usr/bin/seamonkey - shell script wrapping seamonkey
/seamonkey-bin - seamonkey executable

Version

2.53.3

Bugs

To report a bug, please visit https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/

See Also

galeon(1)

Authors

The Mozilla Organization

http://www.mozilla.org/about.html

Info

March 28, 2005 Linux User's Manual