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 pwd(1) -- print working directory name
    pwd prints the path name of the working (current) directory. pwd is both an explicit command (invoked as /usr/bin/pwd), as well as a builtin command to each shell (invoked as pwd).
 qlist(1) -- display list of print queues on a NetWare server
    qlist is used to display the list of print queues available on a NetWare server. If no server is specified on the command line, the default (most recently logged-into) NetWare server is used.
 Inventor/qmorf(1) -- 3d morphing program
    qmorf reads in a series of Inventor quad mesh files and draws an animated sequence which metamorphoses from one object to the next. These quad mesh files must meet the exact specifications described below (40x40). Qmorf is not related to other morphing programs (like the program used to produce the effects in Michael Jackson's "Black or White" video). Those programs use image warping techniques to modify 2D images; this program actually modifies an object's 3D geometry. qmorf was written usi...
 query(1) -- query AppleTalk Printer and put response into a file.
    The query program sends a PostScript query (from queryfile) to a printer, and places the result in the file outfile. The flags are defined as follows: -a look in all zones (default) -s indicates the printer is serial (see below) -v says be verbose -P says look for printer with this name (default is LaserWriter) -T means look as if it is this type of printer (default is LaserWriter) -Z tells it which zone to look in (default is all zones) The queryfile must exist, and contain a PostScript procedu...
 QuickPage(1) -- SNPP client/server for sending messages to an alpha-numeric pager
    QuickPage sends messages to a paging terminal using the SNPP and IXO (also known as TAP) protocols. It is normally used with no options other than a recipient and the message text, in which case the message is sent to the SNPP server where it is submitted to a page queue to be sent by a separate daemon process. Page groups and duty schedules are supported. Status notification messages indicating the success or failure of a page are sent via e-mail to submitters of high-priority (level 0) pages. ...
 quot(1) -- summarize filesystem ownership
    quot displays the number of kilobytes in the named filesystem currently owned by each user. The filesystem should be a local filesystem.
 quota(1) -- display disk usage and limits
    quota displays users' or projects' disk usage (in kilobytes) and limits. Only the super-user may use the optional idname argument to view the limits of another user or project. If a -n flag is supplied, quota will only display user's or project's quotas for local file systems. Remotely mounted file systems are ignored. If a -j flag is supplied, quota will report project quotas. If the -j flag isn't supplied, quota will report user quotas. Normally, output pertaining to only those filesystem...
 quotacheck(1) -- EFS filesystem quota consistency checker
    quotacheck examines local EFS filesystems, builds a table of current disk usage, and compares this table against that stored in the disk quota file for the filesystem. If any inconsistencies are detected, both the quotas file and the current system copy of the incorrect quotas are updated (the latter only occurs if quotas has been enabled for the filesystem). The filesystem has to be mounted for quotacheck to be able to operate on it. quotacheck ignores XFS filesystems since the XFS quota system...
 quotaon(1) -- turn filesystem quotas on and off
    quotaon announces to the system that disk quotas should be enabled on one or more local filesystems. The filesystem(s) specified must be mounted at the time. quotaoff announces to the system that filesystems specified should have any disk quotas turned off. Both these commands behave slightly differently between EFS and XFS filesystems. On EFS filesystems, a quota file must be present in the root directory of the specified filesystem and be named quotas. XFS filesystems have two components to th...
 rarpd(1) -- DARPA Reverse Address Resolution Protocol daemon
    rarpd responds to Reverse Address Resolution Protocol (Reverse ARP, RARP) requests. It puts itself in the background, and requires root privileges. The Reverse ARP protocol is used by systems at boot time to discover their 32-bit Internet Protocol (IP) address given their 48-bit Ethernet address. In order for a RARP request to be answered, the requesting system's name-to-IP-address entry must exist in the /etc/hosts file and its name-to-Ethernet-address entry must exist in the /etc/ethers file....
 ratfor(1) -- rational FORTRAN dialect
    Ratfor converts a rational dialect of FORTRAN into ordinary irrational FORTRAN. Ratfor provides control flow constructs essentially identical to those in C: statement grouping: { statement; statement; statement } decision-making: if (condition) statement [ else statement ] switch (integer value) { case integer: statement ... [ default: ] statement } loops: while (condition) statement for (expression; condition; expression) statement do limits statement repeat statement [ until (condition) ] brea...
 dmedia/rbview(1) -- simple audio queue debugging tool
    rbview is a very simple GL program which monitors the state of the sample queues for all audio applications on a system. This is primarily helpful for debugging audio applications: rbview is useful in determining where an application acquires latency, whether or not it is losing audio data, and when it opens and closes audio ports. For each open port, rbview displays a bar indicating the current number of samples in the port's sample queue. Within the bar are two lines: the line on the left dis...
 rc0(1) -- run commands required to enter single-user mode or halt the system
    This file is executed by an entry in /etc/inittab and is responsible for performing those operations that bring the system down to either the administrative maintenance state, traditionally state s, called the "single-user" state, or to the system halt state in preparation for powering the system down. /etc/rc0 runs files beginning with K in /etc/rc0.d. These files are executed by /bin/sh in ascii sort-sequence order (see FILES below for more information). Each of these files can also check th...
 rc2(1) -- run commands required for multi-user environment
    /etc/rc2 is executed via an entry in /etc/inittab and is responsible for the initializations that bring the system to a ready-to-use state, traditionally state 2, which is called the "multi-user" state. /etc/rc2 runs files beginning with S in /etc/rc2.d. These files are executed by /bin/sh in ascii sort-sequence order (see FILES below for more information). Each of these files may also check the state of the corresponding chkconfig flag for that function. If the state is on, the script starts ...
 rcp(1) -- remote file copy
    rcp copies files between machines. Each file or directory argument has one of these forms: o A local filename, path, containing no : characters, or a \ before any :'s. o A remote filename of the form remhost:path. o A remote filename of the the form remuser@remhost:path, which uses the user name remuser rather than the current user name on the remote host. If path is not a full pathname, it is interpreted relative to your login directory on remhost. A path on a remote host can be quoted (using...
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