Section: Linux User's Manual (1)
Updated: November 4, 2004
iceweasel - a Web browser for X11 derived from the Mozilla browser
iceweasel [OPTIONS] [URL]
/usr/lib/iceweasel/iceweasel [OPTIONS] [URL]
Iceweasel is an open-source web browser, designed for standards compliance, performance and portability.
If there is an Iceweasel browser already running, iceweasel will arrange for it to create a new browser window; otherwise it will start a new instance.
A summary of the options supported by iceweasel is included below.
- X display to use:
- Make X calls synchronous:
- Don't use X shared memory extension:
- Make all warnings fatal:
- -h, -help
- Show summary of options.:
- -v, -version
- Print Iceweasel version.:
- -P [profile]
- Start with profile. When no profile is given, displays the Profile Manager. May require -no-remote, see below.:
- Start with migration wizard. May require -no-remote, see below.:
- Start with profile manager. May require -no-remote, see below.:
- Don't connect to a running Iceweasel instance. This option can be necessary in conjunction to several of the options above, that won't have any effect when an Iceweasel instance is running unless -no-remote is used at the same time.:
- -UILocale locale
- Start with locale resources as User Interface locale. By default, it is guessed from environment and available locales for Iceweasel.:
- Starts Iceweasel in safe mode, i.e. disabling all extensions and showing a bit more debugging messages.:
- -new-window URL
- Open URL in a new window in an already running Iceweasel process.:
- -new-tab URL
- Open URL in a new tab in an already running Iceweasel process.:
- -chrome url
- Load the specified chrome.:
MOZILLA_DISABLE_PLUGINS - when set, totally disables loading browser plugins (the ones that appear at the about:plugins url)
/usr/bin/iceweasel - symbolic link to /usr/lib/iceweasel/iceweasel.
/usr/lib/iceweasel/iceweasel - Iceweasel executable.
/usr/lib/iceweasel/firefox-bin - Legacy executable.
To report a bug, please visit http://bugzilla.mozilla.org/ and/or report bugs to the Debian Bug Tracking System, as usual.
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