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HUMOUNT(1)		    General Commands Manual		    HUMOUNT(1)

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

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>

HFSUTILS			  05-Apr-1996			    HUMOUNT(1)

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