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 chkutent(1) -- check and repair utmp entries
    chkutent opens and reads /var/adm/utmpx and makes 2 checks for consistency; whether there are any entries that have duplicate 'id' fields, and whether there are any entries that are stale. Stale entries are found by looking at all entries that have ut_type equal to USER_PROCESS and checking to see if the process (specified by ut_pid) is still alive. If it isn't, ...
 chlabel(1) -- change the label of a file
    chlabel resets the security labels of the files specified by the listed path arguments to the value specified by label. Unprivileged users may only specify a label that is equal to that of their current process label. A user with CAP_MAC_UPGRADE capability may specify a label that is more sensitive or of lower integrity than the current process label. A user with CAP_MAC_DOWNGRADE capability may specify a label that is less sensitive or of higher integrity than the current process label. A user ...
 chmod(1) -- change the permissions mode of a file or directory
    The permissions of the named files or directories are changed according to mode, which may be symbolic or absolute. Absolute changes to permissions are stated using octal numbers: chmod nnn file(s) where n is a number from 0 to 7. Symbolic changes are stated using mnemonic characters: chmod a operator b file(s) where a is one or more characters corresponding to user, group, or other; where operator is +, -, and =, signifying assignment of permissions; and where b is one or more characters corres...
 chown(1) -- change owner or group
    chown changes the owner of the files to owner. The owner may be either a login name found in the password file, or a decimal user ID. An optional group, separated from the owner by either a period or a colon, may also be specified. The group may be either a group name found in the group file, or a decimal group ID. chgrp changes the group ID of the files to group. The group may be either a group name found in the group file, or a decimal group ID. No errors, except for usage errors, are reported...
 chroot(1) -- change root directory for a command
    chroot causes the given command to be executed relative to the new root, newroot. The meaning of any initial slashes (/) in the pathnames is changed for the command and any of its child processes to newroot. Furthermore, upon execution, the initial working directory is newroot. If you redirect the output of the command to a file: chroot newroot command > x chroot creates the file x relative to the original root of the command, not the new one. The new root pathname is always...
 chrtbl(1) -- generate character classification and conversion tables
    The chrtbl command creates two tables containing information on character classification, upper/lowercase conversion, character-set width, and numeric formatting. One table is an array of (2*257*4) + 7 bytes that is encoded so a table lookup can be used to determine the character classification of a character, convert a character [see ctype(3C)], and find the byte and screen width of a character in one of the supplementary code sets. The other table contains info...
 ci(1) -- check in RCS revisions
    ci stores new revisions into RCS files. Each pathname matching an RCS suffix is taken to be an RCS file. All others are assumed to be working files containing new revisions. ci deposits the contents of each working file into the corresponding RCS file. If only a working file is given, ci tries to find the corresponding RCS file in an RCS subdirectory and then in the working file's directory. For more details, see FILE NAMING below. For ci to work, the caller's login must be on the access list,...
 X11/cidxfonts(1) -- build X style font directory for CID-keyed fonts
    cidxfonts is a utility normally run during the installation process which processes CID-keyed fonts and creates files necessary for the operation of the X server or font server. After preprocessing some of the font files to improve font performance, the fonts.scale file is created based on information in ps2xlfd_map files. Finally, cidxfonts will run mkfontdir to generate the necessary fonts.dir file. If some condition exists that prevents cidxfonts from effectively generating a directory, the u...
 cksum(1) -- display file checksums and block counts
    The cksum utility writes to the standard output three whitespace separated fields for each input file. These fields are a checksum CRC, the total number of octets in the file and the file name. If no file name is specified, the standard input is used and no file name is written. The options are as follows: -o Use historic algorithms instead of the (superior) default one. Algorithm 1 is the algorithm used by historic Unix systems as the sum 1 algorithm. This is a 16-bit checksum...
 cleanCache(1) -- remove stale desktop type or layout cache entries
    In order to improve performance, the IRIX Interactive Desktop automatically maintains a cache of ftr types and layouts for all of the directories that are viewed with fm or dirview. The cleanCache shell script can be used remove cache files for directories which no longer exists. Since /usr/lib/desktop/cleanCache is a shell script, users can copy and modify it to suit their own particular needs.
 cleanpowerdown(1) -- control the power-down behavior of Onyx/Challenge L/XL systems
 clear(1) -- clear terminal screen
    clear clears your screen if this is possible. It looks in the environment for the terminal type and then uses the terminfo(4) database to figure out how to clear the screen. clear opens a full screen window and clears all bitplanes (front, back overlay, underlay, alphaoverlay and so forth). It sends a redraw to all open windows.
 Performer_demo/clipfly(1) -- OpenGL Performer scene viewer with Clip Texturing enhancements
    clipfly is one of the sample programs distributed with the OpenGL Performer high-performance graphics library. It is based on the perfly program, and has perfly's functionality and command-line options, with additional enhancements designed for viewing and manipulating clip textures in scenes on InfiniteReality graphics hardware. For full desription of these enhancements and suggestions on how to get started, see /usr/share/Performer/src/sample/C/clipfly/README. ote: clipfly is not supported un...
 clogin(1) -- login on the graphics console
    The clogin command is executed at the beginning of each session on the graphics console. It replaces the functionality of the command login(1). The choice between login(1) and clogin is made on the basis of the configuration variable visuallogin(4). If this configuration variable is set to on then clogin is used in place of login(1). clogin displays a window containing two areas. The top area contains either icons representing users who can log onto the system or an SGIlogo design. The bottom ar...
 clri(1) -- clear EFS inode
    clri writes nulls on the inode table entry for i-number. This effectively eliminates the inode at that address. special is the device name on which an EFS filesystem has been defined. After clri is executed, any blocks in the affected file shows up as ``not accounted for'' when fsck(1M) is run against the filesystem. The inode can be allocated to a new file. Read and write permission is required on the specified special device. This command is used to remove a file that appears in no directory...
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