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Top Forums Shell Programming and Scripting sms Post 20245 by udi on Tuesday 23rd of April 2002 01:58:49 PM
Old 04-23-2002

Hi all !!!

Is there a way to send sms to a mobile from unix.
lets say when script ends.

thanks alot !!


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HVMOUNT(1)						      General Commands Manual							HVMOUNT(1)

hvmount - Mount or umount device through HAL SYNOPSIS
hvmount COMMAND ARGS [options] hvumount [options] <-c | -r> <-a | mountpoint | device | udi> DESCRIPTION
hvmount Umount the mountpoint, device, or udi given on the command line, or all mounted devices. Alternatively (and additionaly), device, udi and mountpoint may be given using options -p, -d or -u. COMMANDS
mount device udi mount device which has udi. register mountpoint udi register mountpoint for udi. umount unmount device, mountpoint or udi. list list mounted and registered devices. umountpoint udi unregister mountpoint for udi. remove udi remove completly udi. clean remove database. OPTIONS
-d device -p mountpoint -u udi -a When listing, list all the existing devices. For the other operations, perform the operation on all the handled devices. hvumount Options -l label set label (for pmount) -m umask --s if set, mount sync SEE ALSO
halevt(1), halevt-mount(1) 7th Edition HVMOUNT(1)

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