ebook-viewer [options] file
View an e-book.
Whenever you pass arguments to ebook-viewer that have spaces in them, enclose the arguments in quotation marks. For example: “/some path/with spaces”
Continue reading the last opened book
Detach from the controlling terminal, if any (Linux only)
Force reload of all opened books
- --full-screen, --fullscreen, -f¶
If specified, the E-book viewer window will try to open full screen when started.
- --help, -h¶
show this help message and exit
The position at which to open the specified book. The position is a location or position you can get by using the Go to->Location action in the viewer controls. Alternately, you can use the form toc:something and it will open at the location of the first Table of Contents entry that contains the string
". The form toc-href:something will match the href (internal link destination) of toc nodes. The matching is exact. If you want to match a substring, use the form toc-href-contains:something. The form ref:something will use Reference mode references. The form search:something will search for something after opening the book. The form regex:something will search for the regular expression something after opening the book.
If specified, the E-book viewer window will try to come to the front when started.
's version number and exit