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       mozilla [OPTIONS] [URL]

       mozilla-bin [OPTIONS] [URL]


       Mozilla is an open-source web browser, designed for  stan­
       dards compliance, performance and portability.


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


       A summary of the options supported by mozilla is  included

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

              Gdk debugging flags to unset

              Gtk+ debugging flags to set

              Gtk+ debugging flags to unset

              Load an additional Gtk module

   X11 options
              X display to use

       --sync Make X calls synchronous

              Don't use X shared memory extension



       -width value
              Set width of startup window to value.

       -v, -version
              Print /usr/bin/mozilla-bin version.

       -CreateProfile profile
              Create profile.

       -P profile
              Start with profile.

              Start with profile wizard.

              Start with profile manager.

              Start with profile selection dialog.

       -lang lang-region
              Start with lang-region resources.

       -remote command
              Execute  command in an already running Mozilla pro­
              cess.        For       more       info,        see:

              Enable splash screen.

              Start with the addressbook.

       -news  Start with news.

              Start with Javascript Console

       -edit url
              Start with editor.

       -chrome url
              Load the specified chrome.

       -mail  Start with mail.

       -compose url
              Start with messenger compose.



       The Mozilla Organization

mozilla                  August 07, 2001               MOZILLA(1)
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