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HVOL(1)			    General Commands Manual		       HVOL(1)

NAME
       hvol - display or change	the current HFS	volume

SYNOPSIS
       hvol [volume-or-path]

DESCRIPTION
       With no arguments, hvol displays	the name and path to the "current" HFS
       volume as well as  the  names  and  paths  of  all  previously  mounted
       ("known") volumes.

       With  an	argument, hvol changes the current volume to be	the one	speci-
       fied. Either the	name of	the volume or the path to its UNIX source  can
       be  specified.  The  volume  must  have	been  previously mounted using
       hmount.

       A separate "current working directory" is maintained for	 each  mounted
       volume.	 This  information is kept in a	file named .hcwd in the	user's
       home directory.

SEE ALSO
       hfsutils(1), hmount(1), humount(1)

FILES
       $HOME/.hcwd

AUTHOR
       Robert Leslie <rob@mars.org>

HFSUTILS			  21-Apr-1996			       HVOL(1)

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