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       wmiir - The wmii 9P filesystem client


       wmiir [-a <address>] {create | ls [-dlp] | read | remove | write} <file>

       wmiir [-a <address>] xwrite <file> <data> ...

       wmiir -v


       wmiir  is a simple 9P filesystem client which ships with wmii, and connects to its virtual
       filesystem by default. wmiir is most often used to query and issue commands to wmii,  both
       from the command line and from its sh-based configuration scripts.


       -a     The address at which to connect to wmii.


       create <file>
              Creates  a  new  file or directory in the filesystem. Permissions and file type are
              inferred by wmii. The contents of the standard input are written to the new file.

       ls [-dlp] <path>
              Lists the contents of <path>.


               -d     Don't list the contents of directories.

               -l     Long output. For each  file,  list  its  permissions,  owner,  group,  size
                      (bytes), mtime, and name.

               -p     Print the full path to each file.

       read <file>
              Reads  the  entire contents of a file from the filesystem. Blocks until interrupted
              or EOF is received.

              Synonyms: cat

       remove <path>
              Removes <path> from the filesystem.

              Synonyms: rm

       write <file>
              Writes the contents of the standard input to <file>.

       xwrite <file> <data> ...
              Writes each argument after <file> to the latter.


              The address at which to connect to wmii.

              The namespace directory to use if no address is provided.


       wmii(1), libixp[2]