Command File

By: Richard Glaser - Revised: 2006-05-31 devin

A command file defines a machine's managed file system.

Location: /var/radmind/client/command.K

On the client, by default the command file is called "command.K".

Location: /var/radmind/command

On the server, the command file can be called whatever the radmind administrator would  like as long as as it used standard ASCII characters and doesn't use spaces in the name (i.e. "my mac") and ends with the "K" extension.

Also, it is recommend to not use any characters in names like:

    * # ` " ' $ | & ? ; ( ) < > ! ^

Because they have special meaning to many Unix tools and scripting languages.

Note, for organizational purposes, you can store command files in sub-directories on the server like: