The address at which to connect to wmii.
create <file> Creates a new file or directory in the filesystem. Permissions and file type are inferred by wmii. The contents of the standard input are written to the new file. ls [-dlp] <path> Lists the contents of <path>.
-d Dont list the contents of directories. -l Long output. For each file, list its permissions, owner, group, size (bytes), mtime, and name. -p Print the full path to each file.
read <file> Reads the entire contents of a file from the filesystem. Blocks until interrupted or EOF is received.
remove <path> Removes <path> from the filesystem.
write <file> Writes the contents of the standard input to <file>. xwrite <file> <data> ... Writes each argument after <file> to the latter.
$WMII_ADDRESS The address at which to connect to wmii. $NAMESPACE The namespace directory to use if no address is provided.
|wmii-3.9.2||WMIIR (1)||Oct, 2009|