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 ident(1) -- identify files in RCS
    ident searches the named files for all occurrences of the pattern $keyword:...keyword:...:...$, where keyword is one of the following: Author Log Date Revision Header Source Locker State These patterns are normally inserted automatically by the RCS co command, but can also be inserted manually (see co(1)). ident works on text files as well as object files. For example, if the C program in file f.c...
 identd(1m) -- TCP/IP IDENT protocol server
    identd is a server which implements the TCP/IP proposed standard IDENT user identification protocol as specified in the RFC 1413 document. identd operates by looking up specific TCP/IP connections and returning the user name of the process owning the connection.
 idisk(1m) -- create partitions for Itanium(R)-based system's disks
    idisk creates operating system partitions on a disk that is to be used for Itanium-based systems. It reads in the partition information from a data file that may be specified in the command string or redirected from stdin. By default, idisk operates in read-only mode and displays the partition information that is currently on the disk. To write new partition information on the disk the user must s...
 idlookup(1) -- identify the user of a particular TCP connection
    idlookup can be used to identify the user at the remote end of a TCP connection, assuming the host at the other end is running an Identification Server. host-or-ip-number is the name of the host at the other end of the connection, or its IP address. local-port and foreign-port are the port numbers, or service names of the ports at the two ends of the connection.
 ied(1) -- input editor and command history for interactive programs
    ied is a utility command that is intended to act as an interface between the user and an interactive program such as bc, bs, or a shell, providing most of the line editing and history functionality found in the Korn shell. ied interprets the utility name as the command to be executed, and passes arguments as the arguments to the utility. Subsequent input to utility then has access to editing and h...
 ifconfig(1m) -- configure network interface parameters
    The first form of the ifconfig command assigns an address to a network interface and/or configures network interface parameters. ifconfig must be used at boot time to define the network address of each interface present on a machine. It can also be used at other times to redefine an interface's address or other operating parameters. If the address_family is not specified, the address family defau...
 ilogind(1m) -- Interface for libpam_dce.sl and libnss_dce.sl with DCE
    ilogind is an interface daemon for libpma_dce.sl (see pam_dce(5)),and libnss_dce.sl with DCE (/opt/dce/sbin/ilogind). ilogind starts up when integrated login is activated using the auth.adm utility. See auth.adm(5). For the services in /etc/pam.conf file that have libpam_dce.sl as the module to provide any of the authentication, account, management, session and password services libpam_dce.sl send...
 inetd(1m) -- Internet services daemon
    The inetd daemon is the Internet superserver, which invokes Internet server processes as needed. It must be running before other hosts can connect to the local host through ftp, rcp, remsh, rlogin, and telnet. The inetd daemon also supports services based on the Remote Procedure Call (RPC) protocol (NFS), such as rwalld and rusersd. If RPC servers are started by inetd, the portmap server (see port...
 inetsvcs_sec(1m) -- enable/disable secure internet services
    /usr/sbin/inetsvcs_sec is used to enable or disable secure internet services (SIS) by updating inetsvcs.conf(4) with the appropriate entry. SIS provide network authentication when used in conjunction with HP DCE security services, the HP Praesidium/Security Server, or other software products that provide a Kerberos V5 Network Authentication Services environment.
 infocmp(1m) -- compare or print out terminfo descriptions
    infocmp can be used to compare a binary terminfo entry with other terminfo entries, rewrite a terminfo description to take advantage of the use= terminfo field, or print out a terminfo description from the binary file (term) in a variety of formats. In all cases, the boolean fields will be printed first, followed by the numeric fields, followed by the string fields.
 init(1m) -- process control initialization
    The init daemon and command is a general process spawner. Its primary role is to create processes from a script stored in the file /etc/inittab (see inittab(4)). This file usually has init spawn a getty on each line where users can log in. It also controls autonomous processes required by any particular system. At boot time, init is started as a system daemon. While the system is running, a user-s...
 insertmsg(1) -- use findstr(1) output to insert calls to catgets(3C)
    insertmsg examines the file stringlist, which is assumed to be the output of findstr after subsequent editing to remove any strings that do not need to be localized (see findstr(1)). If the -h option is specified, insertmsg places the following lines at the beginning of each file named in stringlist: #ifndef NLS #define catgets(i,sn,mn,s) (s) #else NLS #define NL_SETN number #include ...
 insf(1m) -- install special (device) files
    The insf command installs special files in the devices directory, normally /dev. If required, insf creates any subdirectories that are defined for the resulting special file. If no options are specified, special files are created for all new devices in the system. New devices are those devices for which no special files have been previously created. A subset of the new devices can be selected with...
 install(1m) -- install commands
    install is a command most commonly used in ``makefiles'' (see make(1)) to install a file (updated target file) in a specific place within a file system. Each file is installed by copying it into the appropriate directory, thereby retaining the mode and owner of the original command. The program prints messages telling the user exactly what files it is replacing or creating and where they are goi...
 intctl(1m) -- manage the interrupt configuration of the system
    A processor receives an interrupt when either the processor's interrupt pin is asserted (for line based interrupts) or if a processor detects an interrupt message bus transaction on the system bus (for transaction based interrupts). Interrupts from the interface cards can be line or transaction based. Interrupts are routed to different processors during boot time. The intctl command is a tool tha...
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