TCP/IP Package For TSX-Plus Documentation

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Collection of Subdirectory Utilities

   The program UTIL is a compendium of various functions used to
perform useful operations on TSX-Plus subdirectories.  The  com-
mand options for UTIL are:  

  UTIL [?] [-cdlmnpqru] [filespec(s)]
        ?       List this Help Text and Exit UTIL

        c       change directory
        d       delete a file
        l       list a directory
        m       make a directory
        n       delete a directory
        p       set protection flag on a file
        q       disable query on delete
        r       rename a file
        u       clr protection flag on afile

Each of the options is invoked by a command file more indicative
of its intended function.  

   Change directory command file LCD.COM:  

        run/single TCP:util
        -sc 0 2 ^1

   Delete file command file LDEL.COM:  

        run/single TCP:util
        -d ^1

   List directory command file LDIR.COM:  

        run/single TCP:util
        -l ^1

   List directory command file LLS.COM:  

        run/single TCP:util
        -l ^1

   Make a subdirectory command file LMKDIR.COM:  

        run/single TCP:util
        -m ^1

   Set protection flag command file LPRO.COM:  

        run/single TCP:util
        -p ^1

   Rename a file command file LRENAM.COM:  

        run/single TCP:util
        -r ^1 ^2

   Remove a subdirectory command file LRMDIR.COM:  

        run/single TCP:util
        -n ^1

   Clear protection flag command file LUNP.COM:  

        run/single TCP:util
        -u ^1

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Subdirectory Scanning Utility

   The  LDISKS  program  generates  a  subdirectory map for each
device specified and optionally outputs the result to a file.  

LDISKS [?] [-f filename] [dev1] [dev2] ...
        ?               List this Help Text and Exit LDISKS
        f  filename     Output File Name

The command file LDISKS.COM allows arbitrary input parameters:  

        run TCP:ldisks
        ^1 ^2 ^3 ^4 ^5 ^6

   An example of its use is:  

        LDISKS -f disk.map du2:

The output file disk.map would look like:  

Logical Subdirectories for du2:

        `--> maclib[ 2000]
        `--> pictur[ 6000]
        `-->    phd[14000]
        `--> paswrd[  500]
        `-->   mail[ 1000]
                  `--> baldwi[  500]
                  `-->  guest[  200]
                  `--> anonym[  200]

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