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NAME

       fprocmd,  fpro  -  get  or  set  permissions for directories in the FSP
       database

SYNOPSIS

       fprocmd [ +c|-c|+d|-d|+g|-g|+m|-m|+l|-l|+r|-r ] [ directory ] ...

       fpro [ +c|-c|+d|-d|+g|-g|+m|-m|+l|-l|+r|-r ] [ directory ] ...

DESCRIPTION

       If no flags are specified, for each file named in  the  argument  list,
       fprocmd  displays  the  current  permission settings for each directory
       named.  If a flag is present (only one may  be  specified  each  time),
       fprocmd will perform the following operations and display the resulting
       settings for each named directory:

       +c     Give others permission to create new items.

       -c     Deny others permission to create new items.

       +d     Give others permission to delete old items.

       -d     Deny others permission to delete old items.

       +g     Give others permission to get items.

       -g     Deny others permission to get items.

       +m     Give others permission to create subdirectories.

       -m     Deny others permission to create subdirectories.

       +l     Give others permission to list directory content.

       -l     Deny others permission to list directory content.

       +r     Give others permission to rename files in this directory.

       -r     Deny others permission to rename files in this directory.

       fprocmd will perform csh file name globbing based on file and directory
       information obtained from the FSP database.

       Since user’s command shells generally cannot do the proper globbing for
       this program, it is recommended that user  defines  a  shell  alias  or
       function  to  turn  off  command  shell  globbing  before  running this
       program.  csh example:

       alias fpro \(set noglob\; exec fprocmd \!\*\)

ENVIRONMENT

       See fsp_env(7) for list of used environment variables.

SEE ALSO

       fcatcmd(1), fcdcmd(1), fgetcmd(1), fgrabcmd(1),  flscmd(1),  fmkdir(1),
       fprocmd(1),   fput(1),  frmcmd(1),  frmdircmd(1),  fver(1),  fducmd(1),
       fhostcmd(1), fspd(1), fsp_prof(5), ffindcmd(1), fsp_env(7)