Linux - to command

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to is an user command to be able to visit a domain and to enter in a new working environment (given by the domain specification).

The commands are passed to the command interpreter. Without commands normally an interactive session will be invoked by the command interpreter.

Domain Syntax

The specification of a domain consists of a dot (“.”) separated list of domain and subdomain names, starting with a domain name from the main domain password file in /etc/passwd.acs.

Third tool

With WinScp

To be able to use a user with winscp that gets a domain just enter this line in a shell startup script. For instance in .profile:

#	This is the default standard profile provided to a user.
#	They are expected to edit it to meet their own needs.

MAIL=/usr/mail/${LOGNAME:?}

to mydomain.

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