Re: gmc never ceases to amaze

>  On a more sobering note, I can't find a way to start a gmc window from
>  the commandline.  Typing "gmc /usr", for instance, gives me a new
>  window with my home directory, not the /usr directory.  I'd really
>  like to do this so that I can start windows with various directories
>  from the WindowMaker menu.  Is there a way to do this?

GMC will create a new window in the current working directory when you
run it.  So you just need to "cd /usr; gmc".


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