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README

Welcome to V6Scripts Collection - v6scripts-current !

The V6Scripts Collection of shell scripts, aka command files,
provides some working examples of osh(1) and sh6(1) scripting.
The entire collection may be installed for personal or general
use (or studied as is).

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INSTALL:
1) To avoid a system conflict, select a directory on your system
   that is not already used for system binaries or for binaries
   from any package management system.  The developer recommends
   one of `$h/v6bin' or `/usr/local/v6bin'.

2) Run the INSTALL script to install all of the command files into
   the selected directory, which is created if it does not exist.

3) Modify your PATH if needed.
   INSTALL advises when PATH modification may be needed.

   usage: ./INSTALL directory
      or:
   usage: env INSTALL=/path/to/BSD/GNU/install_utility ./INSTALL directory

For example (in osh):

	% ./INSTALL $h/v6bin ; setenv PATH $h/v6bin:$p

    on OpenSolaris:

	% env INSTALL=/usr/bin/ginstall ./INSTALL $h/v6bin ; \
		setenv PATH $h/v6bin:$p

or:

	# ./INSTALL /usr/local/v6bin ; setenv PATH /usr/local/v6bin:$p

    on OpenSolaris:

	# env INSTALL=/usr/bin/ginstall ./INSTALL /usr/local/v6bin ; \
		setenv PATH /usr/local/v6bin:$p

...
Remember to also modify $h/.osh.login or /usr/local/etc/osh.login
if you wish any PATH changes to take effect automatically upon your
next login.

Of course, modify the above description as appropriate if your login
shell is not osh(1).

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If you have any comments or questions about this software, I encourage
you to contact me via email.  Thanks & Enjoy!

Jeffrey Allen Neitzel
<jan (at) v6shell (dot) org>
http://v6shell.org/v6scripts/					2015/02/05

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