Import presents the 9P service
plumb) running on
system as a service on the local system,
in the current name space.
-n option sets the remote name space directory
import should expect to find
service. If it is not specified,
import uses name of the local systems name space directory.
(Since name space directories are conventionally inside
/tmp, the path have different meanings on the two systems.)
Import connects to
import on the remote system to carry out the remote
side of the protocol.
-p option specifies the path to
import on the remote system, in case it is not in the system search path.
-d option turns on debugging.
-f option keeps
import from forking itself into the background, also useful for debugging.
-x option reverses the roles of the two machines,
exporting the service to, instead of importing it from,
the remote system.