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Re: Re: The << command on a Mac???
>:You should remember that on the Mac OS the "/" separator between >:directories is ":". Use e.g. > >*I* shouldn't have to remeber that. The mac front end should >automatically convert.. / to :. Actually I'd expect there >to be some way to acomplish that... No is shouldn't convert them as the MacOS can accept the "/" as part of a filename. >Related..I'm running a mac front end connected to a unix kernel. >The file operators "<<" refer to files on the kernel machine >(usually what I want). How do you refer to a file on the >front end machine? If the kernal machine is also a mac, one can use Appletalk to mount the remote drive. However, I don't have an answer for accessing files thru the front end. I'd also be interested in the answer. James Gregurich (LSU physics)