.TH uupick 8 "Taylor UUCP 1.07" .SH NAME uupick \- retrieve files transferred by uuto .SH SYNOPSIS .B uupick [-s system] [--system system] .SH DESCRIPTION The .B uupick program is used to conveniently retrieve files transferred by the .B uuto program. .PP For each file transferred by .B uuto, .B uupick will display the source system, the file name, and whether the name refers to a regular file or a directory. It will then wait for the user to specify an action to take. One of the following commands must be entered: `q' Quit out of `uupick'. `RETURN' Skip the file. `m [directory]' Move the file or directory to the specified directory. If no directory is specified, the file is moved to the current directory. `a [directory]' Move all files from this system to the specified directory. If no directory is specified, the files are moved to the current directory. `p' List the file on standard output. `d' Delete the file. `! [command]' Execute `command' as a shell escape. .SH OPTIONS .TP 5 .B \-s system, \-\-system system Used to restrict `uupick' to only present files transferred from a particular system. .PP Standard UUCP options: .TP 5 .B \-x type, \-\-debug type Turn on particular debugging types. The following types are recognized: abnormal, chat, handshake, uucp-proto, proto, port, config, spooldir, execute, incoming, outgoing. .TP 5 .B \-I file, \-\-config Set configuration file to use. .TP 5 .B \-v, \-\-version Report version information and exit. .TP 5 .B \-\-help Print a help message and exit. .SH SEE ALSO uucp(1), uuto(1) .SH AUTHOR Ian Lance Taylor <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Text for this Manpage comes from Taylor UUCP, version 1.07 Info documentation.