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chdir, chroot - change default directory
Dirname is the address of the pathname of a directory, terminated by a null byte. Chdir
causes this directory to become the current working directory, the starting point for path
names not beginning with `/'.
Chroot sets the root directory, the starting point for path names beginning with `/'. The
call is restricted to the super-user.
Zero is returned if the directory is changed; -1 is returned if the given name is not that
of a directory or is not searchable.
(chdir = 12.)
sys chdir; dirname
(chroot = 61.)
sys chroot; dirname
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