FLS(1)                      General Commands Manual                     FLS(1)

       flscmd, fls - list the contents of a FSP database

       flscmd [ unix ls flags ] filename ...

       fls [ unix ls flags ] filename ...

       flscmd lists the content of the FSP database.  All usual flags and
       usages for the unix ls command are accepted.

       flscmd will perform csh file name globbing based on file and directory
       information obtained from the FSP database.

       Since user's command shells generally cannot do the proper globbing for
       this program, it is recommended that user defines a shell alias or
       function to turn off command shell globbing before running this
       program.  csh example:

       alias fls \(set noglob\; exec flscmd \!\*\)

       The following variables associate this program with a FSP database:

              The name or internet number of the machine with the FSP server.

              The port number of the UDP socket used by the FSP server.

              The port number of the UDP socket used by FSP client utilities.
              The only reason to define this variable is to ensure mutual
              exclusion of client commands when none of the udp packet
              multiplexing mechanisms are enabled during compile time.  You
              may pick any number not currently used for other purposes.

              The current working directory of the client in the FSP database.
              The root of the database is /.

              If this variable is set, it contains the timeout value. The
              default value is 4.  No function if program was compiled without
              timeout code.

       fcatcmd(1), fcdcmd(1), fgetcmd(1), fgrabcmd(1), flscmd(1), fmkdir(1),
       fprocmd(1), fput(1), frmcmd(1), frmdircmd(1), fver(1), fducmd(1),
       fhostcmd(1), fspd(1), fsp_prof(5), ffindcmd(1)

       flscmd is based on 4.3 ls code.  It inherits any bugs found in 4.3 ls.
       In addition, only four pieces of information for each file and
       directory are available through FSP: name, time, size, and type.  All
       other information that flscmd display are for compatibility purposes
       only and are forged locally.

                                8 December 1991                         FLS(1)