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 ftpd(1m) -- DARPA Internet File Transfer Protocol server
    ftpd is the DARPA Internet File Transfer Protocol server. It expects to be run by the Internet daemon (see inetd(1M) and inetd.conf(4)). inetd runs ftpd when a service request is received at the port indicated in the ftp service specification in /etc/services (see services(4)).
 ftprestart(1) -- remove the shutdown message file created by ftpshut utility.
    The ftprestart command removes all the shutdown message files from the real, anonymous, and virtual user accounts. The message files are created by the ftpshut utility in the path as specified by the `shutdown' directive in the /etc/ftpd/ftpaccess file (see ftpshut(1) for more details). This command is always used after the ftpshut command is executed. Note: For guest user accounts, the message f...
 ftpshut(1) -- create shutdown message file to shut down the ftp servers at a given time
    The ftpshut command provides an automated shutdown procedure that a superuser can use to notify ftp users when the ftp server is shutting down. This command will create a shutdown message file in the path specified by the 'shutdown' directive in the /etc/ftpd/ftpaccess file in the real, anonymous and virtual user accounts. For guest accounts the system administrator must copy the message file cr...
 ftpwho(1) -- show current process information for each ftp user.
    The ftpwho command shows the current process information for each user logged into the ftp server. If the ftpaccess file does not exist, this command will not display anything. However, if the ftpaccess file exists and it is of zero bytes then this command will display an error message: ftpwho: no service classes defined, no usage count kept. The -V option causes the program to display copyright a...
 fuser(1m) -- list processes using a file or file structure
    The fuser command lists the process IDs of processes that have each specified file open. For block special devices, all processes using any file on that device are listed. The process ID may be followed by a letter, identifying how the file is being used, as follows: c file is current directory of the process. r file is the root directory of the process, as set up by the chroot command (see chroot...
 fwtmp(1m) -- manipulate connect accounting records
    fwtmp fwtmp reads from the standard input and writes to the standard output, converting binary records of the type found in wtmps to formatted ASCII records. The ASCII version is useful to enable editing, via ed(1), bad records or for general purpose maintenance of the file. The argument -ic is used to denote that input is in ASCII form, and output is to be written in binary form. The arguments i ...
 gated(1m) -- gateway routing daemon
    gated is a routing daemon that handles multiple routing protocols and replaces routed, egpup, and any routing daemon that speaks the HELLO routing protocol. gated currently handles the RIP, BGP, EGP, HELLO, and OSPF routing protocols. The gated process can be configured to perform all routing protocols or any subset of them (see WARNINGS below).
 gdc(1m) -- operational user interface for gated
    gdc provides a user-oriented interface for the operation of the gated(1M) routing daemon. It provides support for starting and stopping the daemon, for the delivery of signals to manipulate the daemon when it is operating, for the maintenance and syntax checking of configuration files, and for the production and removal of state dumps and core dumps. gdc can reliably determine gated's running sta...
 gencat(1) -- generate a formatted message catalog file
    Message catalogs allow a program to process input and produce output according to local customs and languages. For details, see Native Language Support Users Guide. The gencat command merges each message source msgfile into a formatted message catalog catfile that can be accessed by catgets() (see catgets(3C)). If catfile does not exist, it is created. If catfile exists, its messages are included ...
 genxlt(1) -- generate iconv translation tables
    genxlt generates a compiled, non-readable binary version of the iconv table that is suitable for use by iconv(1) and iconv(3C). If input_filename or output_filename is not supplied, standard input and/or standard output will be used. Since the output of genxlt is a binary, non-readable file, if the -f option is not used, the redirection symbol > maybe used to redirect the standard output to a file...
 geocustoms(1m) -- configure system language on multi-language systems
    The geocustoms command manages default selection and retention/removal of multiple languages installed on "ignited" (Instant Ignition) systems. The geocustoms command is executed at first-boot (see auto_parms(1M)) on ignited systems with multiple languages available. In subsequent sessions, invoking the command /usr/sbin/geocustoms starts geocustoms. When invoked with no options, geocustoms runs...
 get(1) -- get a version of an SCCS file
    The get command generates an ASCII text file from each named SCCS file according to the specifications given by its option arguments, which begin with -. The arguments can be specified in any order, but all option arguments apply to all named SCCS files. If a directory is named, get behaves as if each file in the directory was specified as a named file, except that non-SCCS files (last component o...
 getaccess(1) -- list access rights to file(s)
    getaccess lists for the specified files the effective access rights of the caller (that is, for their effective user ID, effective group ID, and supplementary groups list). By default, the command prints a symbolic representation of the user's access rights to the named file: r or - for read/no read, w or - for write/no write, and x or - for execute/no execute (for directories, search/no search),...
 getacl(1) -- list access control lists (ACLs) for files (JFS File Systems only)
    For each argument that is a regular file, special file, or named pipe, getacl displays the owner, group, and the Access Control List (ACL). For each directory argument, getacl displays the owner, group, and the ACL and/or the default ACL. Only directories contain default ACLs. With the -a option specified, the filename, owner, group, and the ACL of the file will be displayed. With the -d option sp...
 getcellname(1m) -- Gets the primary name of the cell
    The getcellname command prints the primary name of a cell to standard output. By default, this command returns the name of the local cell. Use the host argument to return the name of a cell on a remote host. If the command fails, it prints an error message to standard error.
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