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Mac OS X Tiger in a Nutshell by Jason McIntosh, Chuck Toporek, Chris Stone, Andy Lester

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Name

mount_webdav

Synopsis

mount_webdav [-afile_descriptor] [-o mount_options] webdav_server[:port]
[/pathname] mount_point

Mounts directories from WebDAV-enabled servers as filesystem volumes.

Options

-a

Specify a file descriptor associated with a file containing authentication information. See the mount_webdav manpage for details.

-o

Take -o options as listed in the mount manpage.

webdav_server

The hostname or IP address of a WebDAV server.

port

The TCP port on which to access the server. Defaults to 80.

pathname

The path to the directory you wish to access on the server, relative to the site's WebDAV root directory (e.g., /Library/WebServer/Documents on Mac OS X Server). Defaults to /.

mount_point

The directory on which the filesystem is mounted.

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