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cpset(1M)							     cpset(1M)

       cpset - install object files in binary directories

       object directory mode owner group]]]

       The  command installs the specified object file in the given directory.
       The mode, owner, and group, of the destination file can be specified on
       the command line.  If this data is omitted, two results are possible:

	 ·  If you have administrative permissions (that is, your numerical ID
	    is less than 100), the following defaults are provided:


	 ·  If you do not have	adminis‐
	    trative   permissions,   the
	    default  mode,  owner,   and
	    group   of	the  destination
	    file are the same as yours.

       The option forces to move  object
       to  in  the destination directory
       before installing the new object.

       reads the file to  determine  the
       final  destination of the file to
       be installed.  The file	contains
       pairs  of path names separated by
       spaces or tabs.	The  first  name
       is   the	 "official"  destination
       (for example: The second name  is
       the new destination.  If is moved
       from to the entry in would be:

       When the actual installation hap‐
       pens,  verifies	that  the  "old"
       pathname does not  exist.   If  a
       file  exists  at	 that  location,
       issues a warning and continues.

       This file does  not  exist  on  a
       distribution  tape; it is used by
       sites  to  track	 local	 command
       movement.  The procedures used to
       build the source are  responsible
       for defining the "official" loca‐
       tions of the source.

   Cross Generation
       The environment variable is  used
       to  locate  the	destination file
       (in the form This is necessary in
       the  cases where cross generation
       is being	 done  on  a  production

       If  you are an administrator, all
       of the  following  examples  have
       the  same effect.  They copy file
       into with mode, owner, and  group
       set to respectively:

       If  you are not an administrator,
       the last two examples  set  mode,
       owner,  and group to your current

       chacl(1),  make(1),  install(1M),


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