pawd



PAWD(1)                                                                PAWD(1)




NAME

       pawd - print automounter working directory


SYNOPSIS

       pawd [ path ...  ]


DESCRIPTION

       pawd  is  used  to  print  the  current  working directory, adjusted to
       reflect proper paths that can be reused to go through  the  automounter
       for  the  shortest possible path.  In particular, the path printed back
       does not include any of  Amd’s  local  mount  points.   Using  them  is
       unsafe,  because  Amd  may  unmount managed file systems from the mount
       points, and thus including them in paths may not always find the  files
       within.

       Without any arguments, pawd will print the automounter adjusted current
       working directory.  With any number of arguments,  it  will  print  the
       adjusted path of each one of the arguments.


SEE ALSO

       amd(8), amq(8), pwd(1).



                                  6 Jan 1998                           PAWD(1)

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