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UUSEND(1C)																UUSEND(1C)

NAME
uusend - send a file to a remote host SYNOPSIS
uusend [ -m mode ] sourcefile sys1!sys2!..!remotefile DESCRIPTION
Uusend sends a file to a given location on a remote system. The system need not be directly connected to the local system, but a chain of uucp(1) links needs to connect the two systems. If the -m option is specified, the mode of the file on the remote end will be taken from the octal number given. Otherwise, the mode of the input file will be used. The sourcefile can be ``-'', meaning to use the standard input. Both of these options are primarily intended for internal use of uusend. The remotefile can include the ~userid syntax. DIAGNOSTICS
If anything goes wrong any further away than the first system down the line, you will never hear about it. SEE ALSO
uux(1), uucp(1), uuencode(1) BUGS
This command should not exist, since uucp should handle it. All systems along the line must have the uusend command available and allow remote execution of it. Some uucp systems have a bug where binary files cannot be the input to a uux command. If this bug exists in any system along the line, the file will show up severly munged. 4th Berkeley Distribution April 24, 1986 UUSEND(1C)

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NAME
uusend - Sends a file to a remote host SYNOPSIS
uusend [-m mode] local_file system1! system2! ...!remote_file The uusend command sends a file to a given location on a remote system. OPTIONS
Specifies that the mode of the file on the remote system be taken from the octal number given. If this flag is not specified, the mode of the input file is used. DESCRIPTION
The remote system does not need to be directly connected to the local system, but a chain of uucp links needs to connect the two system. ENVIRONMENT VARIABLES
The following environment variables affect the execution of uusend: [Tru64 UNIX] Specifies the flow control used on the connection. Per- mitted values are: HW (hardware), SW (software), HSW (hardware and software), and NONE. The uugetty on the remote system must also use the same flow control. Specifies the amount of time (in seconds) for uucico to try to establish a connection before it times out. A value of 0 (zero) indicates an unlimited amount of time. SEE ALSO
Commands: ct(1), cu(1), tip(1), uucico(8), uucleanup(8), uucp(1), uuencode(1), uulog(1), uuname(1), uupick(1), uusched(8), uustat(1), uuto(1), uux(1) uusend(1)
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