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Top Forums UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers 1st post here! directory related question ( // )... Post 23636 by RTM on Wednesday 26th of June 2002 10:23:46 AM
Old 06-26-2002
I believe it is just ignoring the rest of the //'s. It does the same on HP-UX.

$ cd ////
$ pwd
$ uname -a
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bbackupd-config - Box Backup client daemon configuration file generator SYNOPSIS
bbackupd-config config-dir backup-mode account-num server-hostname working-dir backup-dir [backup-dir ...] DESCRIPTION
The bbackupd-config script creates configuration files and client certificates. It takes at least six parameters: config-dir Configuration directory. Usually /etc/box. backup-mode Either lazy or snapshot. account-num The client account number. This is set by the bbstored administrator. server-hostname The hostname or IP address of the bbstored server. working-dir A directory to keep temporary state files. This is usually something like /var/bbackupd. This can be changed in bbackupd.conf later on if required. backup-dir A space-separated list of directories to be backed up. Note that this does not traverse mount points. FILES
/etc/box/bbackupd.conf /etc/box/bbackupd/ SEE ALSO
bbackupd.conf(5), bbackupd(8), bbackupctl(8) AUTHORS
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