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 mklost+foun(1m) -- make a lost+found directory for fsck(1M)
    The mklost+found command creates a directory named lost+found in the current directory. It also creates several empty files which are then removed to provide empty slots for the fsck command (see fsck(1M)). For an HFS file system, the mklost+found command is not normally needed since the mkfs command automatically creates the lost+found directory when a new file system is created (see mkfs(1M)).
 mkmf(1) -- make a makefile
    The mkmf command creates a makefile that informs the make command how to construct and maintain programs and libraries (see make(1)). After gathering up all source code file names in the current working directory and inserting them into the makefile, mkmf scans source code files for included files and generates dependency information that is appended to the makefile. Source code files are identifi...
 mkmsgs(1) -- create message files for use by gettxt()
    The mkmsgs command takes as input a file of localized text strings and generates a message file that can be accessed by the gettxt(3C) routine. textfile is the name of the file that contains the text strings. msgfile is the name of the output message file. mkmsgs appends the suffix .cat to the message file name. The combined length of the file name should be less than 14 bytes for short file name ...
 mknod(1m) -- create special files
    The mknod command creates the following types of files: + Character device special file (first SYNOPSIS form), + Block device special file (second SYNOPSIS form), + FIFO file, sometimes called a named pipe (third SYNOPSIS form). name is the path name of the file to be created. The newly created file has a default mode that is readable and writable by all users (0666), but the mode is modified by t...
 mksf(1m) -- make a special (device) file
    The mksf command makes a special file in the devices directory, normally /dev, for an existing device, a device that has already been assigned an instance number by the system. The device is specified by supplying some combination of the -C, -d, -H, and -I options. If the options specified match a unique device in the system, mksf creates a special file for that device; otherwise, mksf prints an e...
 mkstr(1) -- extract error messages from C source into a file
    mkstr examines a C program and creates a file containing error message strings used by the program. Programs with many error diagnostics can be made much smaller by referring to places in the file, and reduce system overhead in running the program. mkstr processes each of the specified files, placing a revised version of each in a file whose name consists of the specified prefix concatenated in fr...
 mktemp(1) -- make a name for a temporary file
    mktemp makes a name that is suitable for use as the pathname of a temporary file, and writes that name to the standard output. The name is chosen such that it does not duplicate the name of an existing file. If the -c option is specified, a zero-length file is created with the generated name. The name generated by mktemp is the concatenation of a directory name, a slash (/), the value of the LOGNA...
 mkuupath(1) -- access and manage the pathalias database
    The uucp commands, including uupath and mkuupath, are targeted for removal from HP-UX; see the WARNINGS below. uupath provides electronic message routing by expanding a simple UUCP address into a full UUCP path (see uucp(1)). For example, host!user could be expanded into !user could be expanded into user could be expanded into hostA!hostB!host!user. !hostB!host!user. hostB!host!user. !host!user. h...
 mk_kernel(1m) -- load a kernel configuration from a system file
    mk_kernel reads configuration information from the system file (see system(4)) and applies those changes to a kernel configuration (see kconfig(5)). mk_kernel performs a function similar to that of kconfig -i, but has some semantic differences in order to preserve compatibility with previous releases. mk_kernel will build a new kernel executable only if needed to effect the requested changes. mk_k...
 mm(1) -- print documents formatted with the mm macros
    mm can be used to format and print documents using nroff and the mm text-formatting macro package (see nroff(1)). It has options to specify preprocessing by tbl and/or neqn, (see tbl(1) and neqn(1)), and postprocessing by various terminal-oriented output filters. The proper pipelines and the required arguments and flags for nroff and mm are generated, depending on the options selected. osdd is equ...
 model(1) -- print hardware model information
    model prints the machine hardware model. model may also display the manufacturer, product names, or other information.
 modprpw(1m) -- modify protected password database
    modprpw updates the user's protected password database settings. This command is available only to the superuser in a trusted system. Usage other than via SAM, and/or modifications out of sync with /etc/passwd or NIS+ tables, may result in serious database corruption and the inability to access the system. All updated values may be verified using getprpw(1M). The database contains information for...
 monacct(1m) -- shell procedures for accounting
    chargefee Can be invoked to charge a number of units to login- name. A record is written to /var/adm/fee, to be merged with other accounting records during the night. ckpacct Should be initiated via cron(1M). It periodically checks the size of /var/adm/pacct. If the size exceeds blocks, 1000 by default, turnacct is invoked with argument switch. If the number of free disk blocks in the /var file sy...
 more(1) -- file perusal filter for crt viewing
    more is a filter for examining continuous text, one screenful at a time, on a soft-copy terminal. It is quite similar to pg, and is retained primarily for backward compatibility. more normally pauses after each screenful, printing the filename at the bottom of the screen. To display one more line, press . To display another screenful press . Other possibilities are described later. ...
 mount(1m) -- mount and unmount file systems
    The mount command mounts file systems. Only a superuser can mount file systems. Other users can use mount to list mounted file systems. The mount command attaches special, a removable file system, to directory, a directory on the file tree. directory, which must already exist, will become the name of the root of the newly mounted file system. special and directory must be given as absolute path na...
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