This is the command mfsrsetgoal that can be run in the OnWorks free hosting provider using one of our multiple free online workstations such as Ubuntu Online, Fedora Online, Windows online emulator or MAC OS online emulator
mfsgetgoal, mfssetgoal, mfsrgetgoal, mfsrsetgoal - change or retrieve goal
mfsgetgoal [-r] [-n|-h|-H] OBJECT...
mfsrgetgoal [-n|-h|-H] OBJECT...
mfssetgoal [-r] [-n|-h|-H] GOAL_NAME OBJECT...
mfsrsetgoal [-n|-h|-H] GOAL_NAME OBJECT...
mfsgetgoal and mfssetgoal operate on object’s goal value.
mfsgetgoal prints current goal value of given object(s). These tools can be used on any
file, directory or deleted (trash) file.
This option enables recursive mode, which works as usual for every given file, but for
every given directory additionally prints current value of all contained objects
(files and directories).
-n, -h, -H
These options are described in mfstools(1).
mfsrgetgoal and mfsrsetgoal are deprecated aliases for mfsgetgoal -r and mfssetgoal -r
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