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    Command:

    argv0

    
    
    

    SYNOPSIS

           argv0 realname zero args
    
    
    

    DESCRIPTION

           realname is one argument.  zero is one argument.  args is any number of
           arguments.
    
           argv0 runs the program stored as realname on disk, with zero as the 0th
           argument (rather than realname) and args as the remaining arguments.
    
    
    

    APPLICATIONS

           Some  programs  pay special attention to the 0th argument.  argv0 makes
           these programs usable from shell scripts.
    
           For example,
    
                  argv0 /bin/csh -csh
    
           runs /bin/csh with a 0th argument of -csh. /bin/csh will think it is  a
           login shell and behave accordingly.
    
           As another example, the command
    
                  tcpserver 0 ftp argv0 tcpd ftpd -l -A
    
           has a similar effect to the line
    
                  ftp stream tcp nowait root tcpd ftpd -l -A
    
           in  /etc/inetd.conf. The tcpd program is run with 0th argument ftpd and
           remaining arguments -l -A. Note that tcpd can and should be replaced by
           the -x option of tcpserver(1):
    
                  tcpserver -x ftp.tcp 0 ftp ftpd -l -A
    
    
    

    SEE ALSO

           tcpserver(1),  tcprules(1),  tcprulescheck(1), fixcrio(1), recordio(1),
           rblsmtpd(1), tcpclient(1),  who@(1),  date@(1),  finger@(1),  http@(1),
           tcpcat(1), mconnect(1), tcp-environ(5)
    
           http://cr.yp.to/ucspi-tcp.html
    
                                                                          argv0(1)
    
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