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 csrc(1m) -- Builds a DCE character and code set registry on a host
    The Code Set Registry Compiler csrc creates a character and code set registry file from the information supplied in a character and code set registry source file. A code set registry source file is composed of a series of code set records. Each record describes, in human-readable form, the mapping between an OSF-registered or (optionally) a user-defined unique code set value and the character stri...
 cstm(1m) -- Support Tools Manager
    The Support Tools Manager (STM) provides three interfaces that allow a user access to an underlying toolset, consisting of information modules, firmware update tools, verifiers, diagnostics, exercisers, expert tools, and utilities: XSTM - the graphical interface (for X11-based graphics terminals) MSTM - the menu-based interface (for non-X11-based, non-graphics terminals) CSTM - the command line in...
 ct(1) -- spawn getty to a remote terminal (call terminal)
    ct dials telno, the telephone number of a modem that is attached to a terminal, and spawns a getty(1M) process to that terminal. ct tries each line listed in file /etc/uucp/Devices until it finds an available line with appropriate attributes or runs out of entries. If no lines are free, ct asks whether it should wait for a line, and if so, how many minutes it should wait before giving up. ct searc...
 ctags(1) -- create a tags file
    ctags makes a tags file for ex(1) (or vi(1)) from the specified C, Pascal and FORTRAN sources. A tags file gives the locations of specified objects (for C, functions, macros with argments, and typedefs; Pascal, procedures, programs and functions; FORTRAN, subroutines, programs and functions) in a group of files. Each line of the tags file contains the object name, the file in which it is defined, ...
 cu(1) -- call another (UNIX) system; terminal emulator
    cu calls up another system, which is usually a UNIX operating system, but can be a terminal or a non-UNIX operating system. cu manages all interaction between systems, including possible transfers of ASCII files.
 cut(1) -- cut out (extract) selected fields of each line of a file
    cut cuts out (extracts) columns from a table or fields from each line in a file; in data base parlance, it implements the projection of a relation. Fields as specified by list can be fixed length (defined in terms of character or byte position in a line when using the -c or -b option), or the length can vary from line to line and be marked with a field delimiter character such as the tab character...
 cwin-big5(1) -- big5 UDF file format converter
    cwin-big5 is used to convert a PC CWindows UDF file to HP 9000 Big5 code UDF file
 date(1) -- display or set the date and time
    The date command displays or sets the current HP-UX system clock date and time. Since the HP-UX system operates in Coordinated Universal Time (UTC), date automatically converts to and from local standard or daylight/summer time, based on your TZ environment variable. See Environment Variables in EXTERNAL INFLUENCES below.
 dc(1) -- desk calculator
    dc is an arbitrary precision arithmetic package. Ordinarily it operates on decimal integers, but one may specify an input base, output base, and a number of fractional digits to be maintained. (See bc(1), a preprocessor for dc that provides infix notation and a C-like syntax that implements functions. bc also provides reasonable control structures for programs.) The overall structure of dc is a st...
 dcecp(1m) -- Administrative interface for DCE management tasks
    The DCE control program, dcecp, is the primary DCE administration interface, providing local and remote access to routine DCE administrative functions from any DCE Version 1.1 and later platform. The DCE control program is built on a portable command language called the tool command language (Tcl). Tcl allows the use of variables, if statements, list processing functions, loop functions and many o...
 dcecp_account(1m) -- A dcecp object that manages an account in the DCE Security Service
    The account object represents registry accounts. Although an account is associated with one principal, one group, and one organization, it is identified by the principal's primary name. Alias names are differentiated for principals, so one principal can have multiple accounts under different alias names. When this command executes, it attempts to bind to the registry server identified in the _s(s...
 dcecp_acl(1m) -- A dcecp object that manages DCE access control lists
    The acl object represents an access control list (ACL), which may exist on any object such as a server, name service entry, container (directory), or file. ACLs consist of ACL entries. ACL entries are visible only as members of ACLs. There is no object that represents ACL entries, only the acl object representing an entire ACL. Most of the acl operations deal directly with the ACL. See DATA STRUCT...
 dcecp_attrlist(1m) -- A dcecp task object that manipulates attribute lists
    The attrlist task object represents an attribute list as returned or accepted by many dcecp commands. Use this object to check or manipulate attribute lists so that they can be used by other commands, most commonly in scripts.
 dcecp_aud(1m) -- A dcecp object that manages the audit daemon on a DCE host
    The aud object represents the audit daemon (called auditd in the reference implementation) on a host. The daemon creates audit trails on a single host. Using this command, you can enable or disable a Hewlett-Packard Company - 1 OSF DCE 1.1/HP DCE 1.8 PHSS_26394-96 aud(1m) Open Software Foundation aud(1m) daemon, change how the daemon acts when the file system storage for its audit trail is full, a...
 dcecp_audevents(1m) -- A dcecp object that lists audit events on a DCE host
    The audevents object represents the event classes that are recognized by an audit daemon on a host. Each event class is defined in an event class configuration file, and the filename is the symbolic name of the event class. This command operates only on the audit daemon on the local host.
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