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 plp(7) -- parallel line printer interface
    The special file /dev/plp refers to the parallel printer interface on the Indigo, Indy, Indigo2, Challenge/Onyx, O2, OCTANE, Origin200 and Onyx2 products. Special file /dev/plpbi is also available on the Indigo, Indy and Indigo2 platforms and is used to access the parallel printer interface in bidirectional access mode. The plp device supports output to a Centronics-compatible printer connected to the builtin parallel printer port. Normally, /dev/plp is directly accessed only by a print spooling...
 prf(7) -- operating system profiler
 pty(7) -- pseudo terminal driver
    The code sequence shown below demonstrates how to allocate pseudo terminals. Pseudo terminals, like all files, must have the correct file permissions to be accessible. The _getpty(3) library function takes care of this problem. #include #include /* * Find a pseudo tty to use and open both sides. * filedes[0] receives the master file descriptor while filedes[1] * receives the slave. The master is opened with O_NDELAY as commonly * needed in daemons such as rlogind and telnetd...
 raw(7) -- raw network protocol family
    The Raw protocol family is a collection of input decapsulation protocols layered atop the data link protocol of a network interface. The Raw family supports only the SOCK_RAW socket type.
 root(7) -- partition names
    /dev/dsk/dks* /dev/rdsk/dks* /dev/root /dev/usr /dev/swap /dev/rvh
 route(7) -- kernel packet forwarding database
    The system provides some packet routing facilities. The kernel maintains a routing information database, which is used in selecting the appropriate network interface when transmitting packets. A user process (or possibly multiple co-operating processes) maintains this database by sending messages over a special kind of socket. This supplants fixed size ioctl(2)'s used in earlier releases. Routing table changes may only be carried out by the super user. The operating system may spontaneously emi...
 sad(7) -- STREAMS Administrative Driver
    The STREAMS Administrative Driver provides an interface for applications to perform administrative operations on STREAMS modules and drivers. The interface is provided through ioctl(2) commands. Privileged operations may access the sad driver via /dev/sad/admin. Unprivileged operations may access the sad driver via /dev/sad/user. fildes is an open file descriptor that refers to the <...
 samba.7(7) -- A Windows SMB/CIFS fileserver for UNIX
    The Samba software suite is a collection of programs that implements the Server Message Block (commonly abbreviated as SMB) protocol for UNIX systems. This protocol is sometimes also referred to as the Common Internet File System (CIFS), LanManager or NetBIOS protocol. smbd The smbd daemon provides the file and print services to SMB clients, such as Windows 95/98, Windows NT, Windows for Workgroups or LanManager. The configuration file for this daemon is described in smb.conf nmbd The nmbd daemo...
 samp(7) -- Security Attribute Modulation Protocol
    iflabel(1m), rhost(1m), satmpd(1m), trusted_networking(7), satmp(7p), tsix(7p) PPPPaaaaggggeeee 1111
 satmp(7) -- Security Attribute Token Mapping Protocol (SATMP)
    iflabel(1m), rhost(1m), satmpd(1m), trusted_networking(7), samp(7p), tsix(7p) PPPPaaaaggggeeee 1111
 scsiha(7) -- SCSI bus and loop operation driver
    The scsiha driver is used to pass requests to the scsi host adapter drivers to perform activities that aren't related to SCSI commands issued to individual devices. On parallel SCSI, this includes operations like resetting a SCSI bus and probing for devices. With Fibrechannel, it adds loop initialization, device reset and port bypass. All communication through the scsiha driver is via ioctls. Opens and closes automatically succeed. The ioctl structure is defined in , and is called s...
 serial(7) -- serial communication ports
    All Silicon Graphics systems have two or more general purpose serial ports. These ports can be used to connect terminals, printers, modems, other systems, or graphical input devices such as a tablet or dial and button box. Each line can be independently set to run at any of several speeds. Various character echoing and interpreting parameters can also be set. See stty(1) and termio(7) for details on the various modes. Details of the serial ports found on optional add-on boards are given elsewher...
 smfd(7) -- driver for SCSI floppy and floptical disk drives
    This driver supports 5 1/4" floppy drives in 3 standard formats when used with the freestanding SCSI floppy drive. The standard single and double density dual sided 3 1/2" drive and the 3 1/2" 20.1MB floptical drive is also supported. The driver also supports a large range of special formats by use of the SMFDSETMODE ioctl (defined along with the associated structure in /usr/include/sys/smfd.h). Most of the ioctls for the dksc also apply to this driver, with the exception of the bad block han...
 snoop(7) -- network monitoring protocol
    The Snoop protocol provides promiscuous packet capture with filtering. It treats packets as datagrams containing a link-layer header followed by data. Snoop uses the Raw address format, assigning a unique port to a socket bound to port zero, otherwise binding the specified port if it is valid. Valid ports range from SNOOP_MINPORT to SNOOP_MAXPORT. Snoop associates a set of SNOOP_MAXFILTERS packet filters with each network interface. Each filter contains an array of mask bits, a parallel array of...
 stereo(7) -- stereo viewing on Silicon Graphics systems
    There are four different types of stereo ports found on various Silicon Graphics systems. The DIN-8 powered serial port connectors, which are found on the Onyx and Crimson models, provide Stereo Sync in addition to serial communication signals for other types of peripherals. The serial signals are not used by external stereo viewing equipment, but the pin-out description of all signals on the DIN-8 is provided here for completeness. In order to support peripherals which draw power from the host ...
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