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       mcd - change MSDOS directory

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       The mcd command is used to change the mtools working directory on the MS-DOS disk. It uses
       the following syntax:

          mcd [msdosdirectory]

       Without  arguments,  mcd reports the current device and working directory.  Otherwise, mcd
       changes the current device and current  working  directory  relative  to  an  MS-DOS  file

       The  environmental  variable  MCWD  may  be  used  to locate the file where the device and
       current  working  directory  information  is  stored.   The  default   is   `$HOME/.mcwd'.
       Information in this file is ignored if the file is more than 6 hours old.

       Mcd returns 0 on success or 1 on failure.

       Unlike  MS-DOS versions of CD, mcd can be used to change to another device. It may be wise
       to remove old `.mcwd' files at logout.

See Also

       Mtools' texinfo doc

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