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       fsetupcmd, fsetup - set environment variables


       fsetup [-c | -b] host port [directory] | abbreviation


       fsetup  uses  a resources files to set all environmant variables needed
       to connect to a  given  host  via  FSP.   fsetup  loads  all  available
       resource  files. If server is defined in multiple files, first match is
       returned. Load order is .fspsites in the current working directory  and
       in  the user’s home directory. Then a system wide default file is used.
       If fsetup is invoked with an abbreviation given, the resource files are
       searched  for  the  first  host  to match this abbreviation. The values
       given for this host will be set.

       If fsetup is invoked with a given host and port number, this host  will
       be used and no searching in the resource file will be done.

       Since  programs  cannot  change  environment  variables of their parent
       shell in a simple way, it is recommended that the user defines a  shell
       alias or function to make it possible.  csh example:

       alias fsetup ’eval ‘fsetupcmd *‘’


       For more information about the resource file confer fspsites(5).


       -b -- output Bourne shell code

       -c -- output C shell code


       The  environment  variables  associate this program with a FSP database
       and are set (resp. unset) if needed. See fsp_env(7) for list.


       This is rewrite of classic fsetup Perl script which was  used  in  gold
       FSP  era  to  parse  standard  fspsites  format  used for FSP site list


       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),  fbye(1),