Recent Changes - Search:


edit SideBar


You may want to put a file in your local public directory so that others can access it there. To specify the public directory in a local pathname, put single quotation marks around the pathname so that the shell does not treat the tilde as your home directory. (For more information on how the shell interprets a tilde in file names, see Characters used in file names?.)

Example: To copy that file to your own UUCP public directory, issue:

uucp '~/'

Edit - History - Print - Recent Changes - Search
Page last modified on February 03, 2019, at 09:34 PM