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 getconf(1) -- get system configuration values
    The getconf command provides an interface to the confstr(3C), pathconf(2), and sysconf(2) library routines and system calls. The system_var argument specifies the configuration value desired in confstr(), pathconf(), or sysconf(). Use the first synopsis form, for inquiries involving confstr(), or sysconf() (in the first table below). Use the second synopsis form, for inquiries involving pathconf()...
 getext(1m) -- get VxFS extent attributes
    getext displays extent attribute information associated with a set of files.
 getip(1m) -- Gets a host's IP address
    The getip command prints the IP address of the machine indicated in the host argument. A machine may have more than one IP address associated with it; if so, getip prints one of the addresses. If the command fails, it returns a status of 1.
 getmemwindow(1m) -- extracts window ids of user processes from /etc/services.window
    getmemwindow is the command used to extract window ids of user processes from the /etc/services.window file. User applications are encouraged to place a unique string defining an application and its associated window id in the /etc/services.window file and then extract that window id using the getmemwindow command. This allows for changing the application window id in one central location, rather ...
 getopt(1) -- parse command options
    getopt is used to break up options in command lines for easy parsing by shell procedures and to check for legal options. optstring is a string of recognized option letters (see getopt(3C)). If a letter is followed by a colon, the option is expected to have an argument which may or may not be separated from it by white space. The positional parameters ($1 $2 ...) of the shell are reset so that each...
 getopts(1) -- parse utility (command) options
    getopts is used to retrieve options and option-arguments from a list of parameters. Each time it is invoked, getopts places the value of the next option in the shell variable specified by the name operand and the index of the next argument to be processed in the shell variable OPTIND. Whenever the shell is invoked, OPTIND is initialized to 1. When the option requires an option-argument, getopts pl...
 getprivgrp(1) -- get special attributes for group
    getprivgrp lists the access privileges of privileged groups set by setprivgrp (see setprivgrp(1M)). If group_name is supplied, access privileges are listed for that group only. If the caller is not a member of group_name, no information is displayed. If -g is used, getprivgrp lists access privileges that have been granted to all groups. Otherwise, access privileges are listed for all privileged gr...
 getprpw(1m) -- display protected password database
    getprpw displays the user's protected password database settings. This command is available only to the superuser in a trusted system. Normally it is only used via SAM, see sam(1M). The database contains information for both local and NIS+ users. However, some NIS+ information is kept on the master. Since a user may be both local and NIS+, getprpw uses the nsswitch.conf(4) default if neither -l n...
 getty(1m) -- set terminal type, modes, speed, and line discipline
    getty is a program that is invoked by init(1M). It is the second process in the series, (init-getty-login-shell) that ultimately connects a user with the HP-UX system. Initially, if /etc/issue exists, getty prints its contents to the user's terminal, followed by the login message field for the entry it is using from /etc/gettydefs. getty reads the user's login name and invokes the login(1) comma...
 getx25(1m) -- get x25 line
    The uucp commands, including getx25, are targeted for removal from HP-UX; see the WARNINGS below. getx25 is functionally very similar to getty (see getty(1M)) but is used only for incoming lines that are connected to an X.25 PAD. It performs special functions such as setting up an initial PAD configuration. It also logs the number of the caller in /var/uucp/.Log/LOGX25. The third parameter is the ...
 gprof(1) -- display call graph profile data
    The gprof command produces an execution profile of C++, C and FORTRAN programs. The effect of called routines is incorporated into the profile of each caller. Profile data is taken from the call graph profile file (gmon.out default) that is created by programs compiled with the -G option of aCC, cc, and f90. The -G option also links in versions of the library routines that are compiled for profili...
 grep(1) -- search a file for a pattern
    The grep command searches the input text files (standard input default) for lines matching a pattern. Normally, each line found is copied to the standard output. grep supports the Basic Regular Expression syntax (see regexp(5)). The -E option (egrep) supports Extended Regular Expression (ERE) syntax (see regexp(5)). The -F option (fgrep) searches for fixed strings using the fast Boyer-Moore string...
 grget(1) -- get password and group information
    pwget and grget locate and display information from /etc/passwd and /etc/group. The standard output of pwget contains lines of colon-separated password information whose format is the same as that used in the /etc/passwd file (see passwd(4)). The standard output of grget contains lines of colon-separated group information whose format is the same as that used in the /etc/group file (see group(4))....
 groupadd(1m) -- add a new group to the system
    The groupadd command creates a new group on the system by adding the appropriate entry to the /etc/group file. The groupadd command expects the group argument, which is the name of the new group. The name consists of a string of printable characters that may not include a colon (:) or newline (\n).
 groupdel(1m) -- delete a group from the system
    The groupdel command deletes a group from the system by removing the appropriate entry from the /etc/group file. The groupdel command must be used with the group argument. group is the name of the group to be deleted, consisting of a string of printable characters.
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