I need a way to seperate an argument of a shell script,
and assign them to env variables.
Example: > foo /home2/users/tom/filelist
In this case i would want to isolate into a variable the
"home2" portion of the path argument.
On a related subject, Is there another method
to determine if a unix file path argument to a shell
script is a local file system or a nfs mounted filesystem?
Typically, i'm using sh scripts.