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Manual Reference Pages  -  HUMOUNT (1)

NAME

humount - remove an HFS volume from the list of known volumes

CONTENTS

Synopsis
Description
Notes
See Also
Files
Author

SYNOPSIS

humount [volume-name-or-path]

DESCRIPTION

humount is used to forget about an HFS volume previously mounted with hmount. Either the volume’s name or the UNIX path to the volume may be used to specify the volume. If no name or path is given, the current volume is assumed.

NOTES

It is not strictly necessary to use this command. It does not affect any physical volumes; it only updates the file named .hcwd in the user’s home directory used to keep track of the currently known HFS volumes.

SEE ALSO

hfsutils(1), hmount(1)

FILES

$HOME/.hcwd

AUTHOR

Robert Leslie <rob@mars.org>
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HFSUTILS HUMOUNT (1) 05-Apr-1996

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