remotedir - open a remote directory
/usr/sbin/remotedir -f directory -h hostname -l login
remotedir opens a remote directory. It first attempts to bring up a
dirview(1) running on the local workstation displaying the remote
directory via autofs(1M). If that fails, remotedir will run
directory is the directory on the remote workstation to view.
hostname is the remote workstation to log into.
login is the login id passed to accessworkstation if autofs
cannot access directory.
remotedir is used by the file typing rules (FTRs) for OPEN rules that
need to access a remote directory.
For more information about the entire IRIX Interactive Desktop
environment, see the IID(1) man page.
fm(1), dirview(1), accessworkstation(1), autofs(1M), ftr(1), IID(1)
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