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HDAliases??? What's that?

HDAliases is a script first written by Tim Klink as a kludge to make life easier, and we still use it today, more than 5 years later. To set it up, add the following line to your .bashrc file:
source /dept/acs/consult/bin/hdaliases
This command is also useful to know off the top of your head, because you can manually source it on someone else's account for a single use, so that they have access to the ds tool. This is very useful when they are close to, or over quota, and they want to reduce the amount of stuff in their RCS account, because it shows the largest files first.
For more information about what you can do with HDAliases, type hd_help at a UNIX prompt.

Frank Charles Barton
2002-11-19