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mcd




Note of warning

       This   manpage   has  been  automatically  generated  from
       mtools's texinfo documentation, and may  not  be  entirely
       accurate  or  complete.   See the end of this man page for
       details.


Description

       The mcd command is  used  to  change  the  mtools  working
       directory  on  the MS-DOS disk. It uses the following syn­
       tax:

          mcd [msdosdirectory]

       Without arguments, mcd  reports  the  current  device  and
       working  directory.   Otherwise,  mcd  changes the current
       device and current working directory relative to an MS-DOS
       filesystem.

       The  environmental variable MCWD may be used to locate the
       file where the device and current working directory infor­
       mation is stored.  The default is `$HOME/.mcwd'.  Informa­
       tion in this file is ignored if the file is  more  than  6
       hours old.

       Mcd returns 0 on success or 1 on failure.

       Unlike MS-DOS versions of CD, mcd can be used to change to
       another device. It may be wise to remove old `.mcwd' files
       at logout.


See Also

       Mtools' texinfo doc


Viewing the texi doc

       This   manpage   has  been  automatically  generated  from
       mtools's texinfo documentation. However, this  process  is
       only  approximative,  and  some items, such as crossrefer­
       ences, footnotes and indices are lost in this  translation
       process.   Indeed,  these items have no appropriate repre­
       sentation in the manpage format.  Moreover, not all infor­
       mation has been translated into the manpage version.  Thus
       I strongly advise you to use  the  original  texinfo  doc.
       See  the  end of this manpage for instructions how to view
       the texinfo doc.


       *      To  generate  an  info copy (browsable using emacs'
              info mode), run:

                     ./configure; make info

       The texinfo doc looks most pretty when printed or as html.
       Indeed, in the info version certain examples are difficult
       to read due to the quoting conventions used in info.

mtools-3.9.9                 05Jun03                       mcd(1)
  




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