Fat embedded shell (QNX Neutrino)
fesh [-c command] [-irv] [script_file]
Restricted operations include running executables that start with a slash, exporting variables, and reattaching standard input, output and error to another device. For more information, see “Command-line format” and “Builtin commands” in the description of esh.
The fesh utility is a “fat” version of the small embedded shell, esh. The fesh shell supports all of the esh builtin commands, as well as the following extra builtin commands:
|If fesh doesn't recognize the arguments to a builtin command, it searches for an executable file.|
ecp [-v] source destination
Copy source to destination, like the cp command. The -v option gives verbose output.
Report the free disk space for the filesystem associated with path. If you don't specify a path, fesh uses the current directory.
Write arguments to standard output, like echo. No options are defined.
els [-l] [path]
List the contents of a directory, like ls. The els command supports only the -l option, and displays the permissions in octal.
Create a directory, like mkdir. No options are defined.
Print the name of the current working directory, like the pwd executable.
Remove the specified file or files. No options are supported.
|The erm builtin command behaves like rm -f.|
Similar to rmdir but doesn't support any options.
esh, ksh, rsh, sh, uesh
Using the Command Line and Writing Shell Scripts in the Neutrino User's Guide