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Random man page:  gss_wrap(3) -- generate a checksum for the supplied message. Can also include the message
The gss_wrap() function generates a checksum, called a message integrity code (MIC), for the supplied message. The checksum and the message are placed in a token that is transferred to the peer applic...
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You can use "whereis" to locate standard binary, manual page and source
directories for the specified programs. This can be particularly handy
when you are trying to find where in the ports tree an application is.

Try "whereis netscape" and "whereis whereis".
		-- Konstantinos Konstantinidis 
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