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@@PACKAGE@@(1)			 USER COMMANDS			@@PACKAGE@@(1)

NAME
       @@PACKAGE@@ - the web browser from Google

SYNOPSIS
       @@PACKAGE@@ [OPTION] [PATH|URL]

DESCRIPTION
       See the Google Chrome help center for help on using the browser.

	      <https://support.google.com/chrome/>

       This manpage only describes invocation, environment, and	arguments.

OPTIONS
       @@MENUNAME@@  has  hundreds of undocumented command-line	flags that are
       added and removed at the	whim of	the  developers.   Here,  we  document
       relatively stable flags.

       --user-data-dir=DIR
	      Specifies	 the directory that user data (your "profile") is kept
	      in.  Defaults to $HOME/.config/@@PACKAGE@@ .  Separate instances
	      of  @@MENUNAME@@	must  use  separate user data directories; re-
	      peated invocations of @@PACKAGE@@	will reuse an existing process
	      for a given user data directory.

       --app=URL
	      Runs URL in "app mode": with no browser toolbars.

       --incognito
	      Open in incognito	mode.

       --new-window
	      If PATH or URL is	given, open it in a new	window.

       --proxy-server=host:port
	      Specify the HTTP/SOCKS4/SOCKS5 proxy server to use for requests.
	      This overrides any environment variables or settings picked  via
	      the options dialog.  An individual proxy server is specified us-
	      ing the format:

		[<proxy-scheme>://]<proxy-host>[:<proxy-port>]

	      Where <proxy-scheme> is the protocol of the proxy	server,	and is
	      one of:

		"http",	"socks", "socks4", "socks5".

	      If  the  <proxy-scheme>  is omitted, it defaults to "http". Also
	      note that	"socks"	is equivalent to "socks5".

	      Examples:

		--proxy-server="foopy:99"
		    Use	the HTTP proxy "foopy:99" to load all URLs.

		--proxy-server="socks://foobar:1080"
		    Use	the SOCKS v5 proxy "foobar:1080" to load all URLs.

		--proxy-server="socks4://foobar:1080"
		    Use	the SOCKS v4 proxy "foobar:1080" to load all URLs.

		--proxy-server="socks5://foobar:66"
		    Use	the SOCKS v5 proxy "foobar:66" to load all URLs.

	      It is also possible to specify a separate	proxy server for  dif-
	      ferent URL types,	by prefixing the proxy server specifier	with a
	      URL specifier:

	      Example:

		--proxy-server="https=proxy1:80;http=socks4://baz:1080"
		    Load https://* URLs	using the HTTP proxy "proxy1:80".  And
	      load http://*
		    URLs using the SOCKS v4 proxy "baz:1080".

       --no-proxy-server
	      Disables	the proxy server.  Overrides any environment variables
	      or settings picked via the options dialog.

       --proxy-auto-detect
	      Autodetect proxy configuration.  Overrides any environment vari-
	      ables or settings	picked via the options dialog.

       --proxy-pac-url=URL
	      Specify  proxy autoconfiguration URL.  Overrides any environment
	      variables	or settings picked via the options dialog.

       --password-store=<basic|gnome|kwallet>
	      Set the password store to	use.  The default is to	 automatically
	      detect  based  on	 the  desktop  environment.  basic selects the
	      built in,	 unencrypted  password	store.	 gnome	selects	 Gnome
	      keyring.	kwallet	selects	(KDE) KWallet.	(Note that KWallet may
	      not work reliably	outside	KDE.)

       --version
	      Show version information.

       As a GTK+ app, @@MENUNAME@@ also	obeys GTK+ command-line	flags, such as
       --display.  See the GTK documentation for more:

	      <http://library.gnome.org/devel/gtk/stable/gtk-running.html>
	      <http://library.gnome.org/devel/gtk/stable/gtk-x11.html>

ENVIRONMENT
       @@MENUNAME@@ obeys the following	environment variables:

       all_proxy
	      Shorthand	 for  specifying  all  of   http_proxy,	  https_proxy,
	      ftp_proxy

       http_proxy, https_proxy,	ftp_proxy
	      The  proxy servers used for HTTP,	HTTPS, and FTP.	 Note: because
	      Gnome/KDE	proxy settings may propagate into these	 variables  in
	      some  terminals, this variable is	ignored	(in preference for ac-
	      tual system proxy	settings) when running	under  Gnome  or  KDE.
	      Use  the	command-line flags to set these	when you want to force
	      their values.

       auto_proxy
	      Specify proxy autoconfiguration.	Defined	and empty autodetects;
	      otherwise,  it  should be	an autoconfig URL.  But	see above note
	      about Gnome/KDE.

       SOCKS_SERVER
	      SOCKS proxy server (defaults to SOCKS v4,	 also  set  SOCKS_VER-
	      SION=5 to	use SOCKS v5).

       no_proxy
	      Comma separated list of hosts or patterns	to bypass proxying.

FILES
       $HOME/.config/@@PACKAGE@@
	      Default directory	for configuration data.

       $HOME/.cache/@@PACKAGE@@
	      Default  directory  for  cache  data.   (Why?  See <http://stan-
	      dards.freedesktop.org/basedir-spec/latest/> .)

BUGS
       Bug tracker:

	      http://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/list

       Be sure to do your search within	"All Issues"  before  reporting	 bugs,
       and  be	sure  to pick the "Defect on Linux" template when filing a new
       one.

AUTHOR
       The Chromium team - <http://www.chromium.org>

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