NAMElibreoffice - LibreOffice office suite
SYNOPSISlibreoffice [-accept=accept-string] [-base] [-calc] [-display display] [-draw] [-global] [-headless] [-help|-h|-?] [-impress] [-invisible] [-math] [-minimized] [-n filename] [-nodefault] [-nolockcheck] [-nologo] [-norestore] [-o filename] [-p filename...] [-pt printername filename...] [-show presentation] [-unaccept=accept-string] [-terminate_after_init] [-view filename] [-web] [-writer] [filename...] lobase localc lodraw lofromtemplate loimpress lomath loweb lowriter
DESCRIPTIONLibreOffice is a fully featured office suite for the daily use with all features you would normally expect in a office suite. This script runs LibreOffice with the arguments <args> given on the command line. There are also some wrapper scripts in /usr/bin which run the wanted LibreOffice module.
OPTIONSfilename... Files to operate on. Opening them is the default behavior, which can be influenced by command line arguments. -p will print the files instead. -accept=accept-string Notifies the LibreOffice software that upon the creation of "UNO Acceptor Threads", a "UNO Accept String" will be used. -base Starts with the database wizard. -calc Starts with an empty Calc document. -display display This option specifies the X server to contact; see X(7) -draw Starts with an empty Draw document. -global Starts with an empty Global document. -headless Starts in "headless mode", which allows using the application without user interface. This special mode can be used when the application is controlled by external clients via the API. -help|-h|-? Lists the available command line parameters to the console. -impress Starts with an empty Impress document. -invisible Starts in invisible mode. Neither the start-up logo nor the initial program window will be visible. However, the LibreOffice software can be controlled and documents and dialogs opened via the API. When the LibreOffice software has been started with this parameter, it can only be ended using the taskmanager (Windows) or the kill command (UNIX based systems). It cannot be used in conjunction with -quickstart. -math Starts with an empty Math document. -minimized Keep the splash screen minimized. -n filename Creates a new document using filename as a template. -nodefault Starts the application without any window opened for the first time. A window appears if you start the office next time. It is used together with the option -nologo by quickstarters. Note that the option -quickstart has not been longer supported since OpenOffice.org 2.0.0. -nolockcheck Disables the check for remote instances using the installation. -nologo Disables the splash screen at program start. -norestore Disables restart and file recovery after a system crash. It is possible LibreOffice will try to restore a file it keeps crashing on, if that happens -norestore is the only way to start LibreOffice. -o filename Opens filename for editing, even if it is a template. -p filename... Prints the given files to the default printer and ends. The splash screen does not appear. If the file name contains spaces, then it must be enclosed in quotation marks. -pt printername filename... Prints the given files to the printer printername and ends. The splash screen does not appear. If the file name contains spaces, then it must be enclosed in quotation marks. -show presentation Starts with the given Impress file and starts the presentation. Enters edit mode after the presentation. -unaccept=accept-string Closes an acceptor that was created with -accept option. Use -unaccept=all to close all open acceptors. -terminate_after_init The office terminates after it registers some UNO services. The office doesn't show the intro bitmap during startup. -view filename Creates a temporary copy of the given file and opens it read-only. -web Starts with an empty HTML document. -writer Starts with an empty Writer document.
TROUBLESHOOTING PROBLEMSSee //wiki.documentfoundation.org/BugReport for more details about how to report bugs in LibreOffice.
AUTHORThis manual page was created by Rene Engelhard <email@example.com> for the Debian GNU/Linux Distribution, because the original package does not have one. It was later updated by Petr Mladek <firstname.lastname@example.org>. LIBREOFFICE(1)