determine whether a file can be accessed
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successfully if file can be accessed with the
specified mode. The mode is an optional dash
(’-’) followed by zero or more
letters of rwx, where r is for readable,
w is for writable, and x is for
between kpseaccess and test is that the latter
looks at the permission bits, while the former checks using
the access(2) system call. This makes a difference
when file systems have been mounted read-only.
accepts the following options:
Print help message and exit.
Print version information and