grogname

grogname is a command to check and set your grogname. It does not require any access level, and its syntax is :
grogname [<grogname>] [<options>] [<switches>]
In interactive mode, grogname will change your grogname to the specified grogname, or if no new grogname is specified, it will prompt for one (and confirmation). In non-interactive mode, grogname will change your grogname if a new one is specified, or will do nothing if no grogname is specified.


Example :
$ grogname "I am a walrus"
It is usually necessary, when giving a new grogname on the command line, to surround it with quotes to prevent the shell breaking it up.


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Last modified: Fri Nov 3 10:34:53 1995
Richard Watts <Richard.Watts@cl.cam.ac.uk>