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===Usage===
 
===Usage===
  
<pre>wine start [options] program_filename [...]
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<pre>start [options] program_filename [...]
wine start [options] document_filename
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start [options] document_filename
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Options:
 
Options:
/M[inimized] Start the program minimized.
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"title"        Specifies the title of the child windows.
/MAX[imized] Start the program maximized.
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/d directory  Start the program in the specified directory.
/R[estored]  Start the program normally (neither minimized nor maximized).
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/b            Don't create a new console for the program.
/W[ait]     Wait for started program to finish, then exit with its exit code.
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/i            Start the program with fresh environment variables.
/Unix        Use a Unix filename and start the file like windows explorer.
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/min          Start the program minimized.
/ProgIDOpen Open a document using the following progID.
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/max          Start the program maximized.
/L          Show end-user license.</pre>
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/low          Start the program in the idle priority class.
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/normal        Start the program in the normal priority class.
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/high          Start the program in the high priority class.
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/realtime     Start the program in the realtime priority class.
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/abovenormal  Start the program in the abovenormal priority class.
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/belownormal  Start the program in the belownormal priority class.
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/node n        Start the program on the specified NUMA node.
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/affinity mask Start the program with the specified affinity mask.
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/wait          Wait for the started program to finish, then exit with its
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              exit code.
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/unix          Use a Unix filename and start the file like windows
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              explorer.
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/ProgIDOpen   Open a document using the specified progID.
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/?            Display this help and exit.
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Latest revision as of 06:40, 13 April 2016

wine start starts a program or opens a document in the program normally used for files with that suffix.

Usage

start [options] program_filename [...]
start [options] document_filename

Options:
"title"        Specifies the title of the child windows.
/d directory   Start the program in the specified directory.
/b             Don't create a new console for the program.
/i             Start the program with fresh environment variables.
/min           Start the program minimized.
/max           Start the program maximized.
/low           Start the program in the idle priority class.
/normal        Start the program in the normal priority class.
/high          Start the program in the high priority class.
/realtime      Start the program in the realtime priority class.
/abovenormal   Start the program in the abovenormal priority class.
/belownormal   Start the program in the belownormal priority class.
/node n        Start the program on the specified NUMA node.
/affinity mask Start the program with the specified affinity mask.
/wait          Wait for the started program to finish, then exit with its
               exit code.
/unix          Use a Unix filename and start the file like windows
               explorer.
/ProgIDOpen    Open a document using the specified progID.
/?             Display this help and exit.