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 rc(1m) -- general purpose sequencer invoked upon entering new run level
    The rc shell script is the general sequencer invoked upon entering a new run level via the init N command (where N equals 0-6). The script /sbin/rc is typically invoked by the corresponding entry in the file /etc/inittab as follows: sqnc:123456:wait:/sbin/rc /dev/console 2>&1 /sbin/rc is the startup and shutdown sequencer script. There is only one sequencer script and it handles all...
 rcancel(1m) -- remove requests from a remote printer spooling queue
    The rcancel command removes a request, or requests, from the spool queue of a remote printer. rcancel is invoked by the cancel command (see lp(1)). At least one id or the name of a printer must be specified. This command is intended to be used only by the spool system in response to the cancel command (see lp(1)), and should not be invoked directly.
 rcp(1) -- remote file copy
    The rcp command copies files, directory subtrees, or a combination of files and directory subtrees from one or more systems to another. In many respects, it is similar to the cp command (see cp(1)). To use rcp, you must have read access to files being copied, and read and search (execute) permission on all directories in the directory path. Note that there are special requirements for third-party ...
 rcs(1) -- change RCS file attributes
    rcs creates new RCS files or changes attributes of existing ones. An RCS file contains multiple revisions of text, an access list, a change log, descriptive text, and some control attributes. For rcs to work, the user's login name must be on the access list, except if the access list is empty, if the user is the owner of the file or the superuser, or if the -i option is present. The user of the c...
 rcsdiff(1) -- compareRCS revisions
    rcsdiff compares two revisions of each given RCS file and creates output very similar to diff (see diff(1)). A file name ending in ,v is an RCS file name, otherwise it is a working file name. rcsdiff derives the working file name from the RCS file name and vice versa, as explained in rcsintro(5). Pairs consisting of both an RCS and a working file name can also be specified. rcsdiff recognizes the ...
 rcsmerge(1) -- merge RCS revisions
    rcsmerge incorporates the changes between rev1 and rev2 of an RCS file into the corresponding working file. If -p is given, the result is printed on the standard output; otherwise the result overwrites the working file. A file name ending in ,v is an RCS file name; otherwise it is a working file name. rcsmerge derives the working file name from the RCS file name and vice versa, as explained in rcs...
 rdist(1) -- remote file distribution program
    rdist facilitates the maintaining of identical copies of files over multiple hosts. It preserves the owner, group, mode, and modification time of files if possible and can update programs that are executing. -f distfile Specify a distfile for rdist to execute. distfile contains a sequence of entries that specify the files to be copied, the destination hosts, and what operations to perform to do th...
 rdpd(1m) -- router discovery protocol daemon (OBSOLETE)
    rdpd, the router discover protocol daemon, implements the host portion of the router discovery protocol (see SEE ALSO). More specifically rdpd: + solicits router advertisements when it is first started so as to populate the kernel table as soon as possible. + listens on all ethernet interfaces (that are up) for ICMP router advertisement datagrams. + adds a default router to the kernel table based ...
 rdump(1m) -- incremental file system dump, local or across network
    The dump and rdump commands copy to magnetic tape all files in the filesystem that have been changed after a certain date. This information is derived from the files /var/adm/dumpdates and /etc/fstab. option specifies the date and other options about the dump. option consists of characters from the set 0123456789bdfnsuWw. The dump and rdump commands work only on file systems of type hfs. If the gi...
 read(1) -- read a line from standard input
    read reads a single line from standard input. The line is split into fields as when processed by the shell (refer to shells in SEE ALSO); the first field is assigned to the first variable var, the second field to the second variable var, and so forth. If there are more fields than there are specified var operands, the remaining fields and their intervening separators are assigned to the last var. ...
 readmail(1) -- read mail from a mail folder or incoming mailbox
    The readmail program displays messages from your incoming mailbox or a specified mail folder. Within the elm mail system (see elm(1) with no operands and optionally the -h or -n option, readmail displays the appropriate headers and the body of the current message. With the number-list operand and no options, readmail displays the corresponding messages and a summary of the headers from your incomi...
 reboot(1m) -- reboot the system
    The reboot command terminates all currently executing processes except those essential to the system, then reboots the system, or halts, or makes the partition ready for reconfiguration. When invoked without arguments, reboot syncs all disks before rebooting the system.
 recserv(1m) -- HP SharedX Receiver Service
    HP SharedX Receiver Service provides a method for a receiver to allow the sharing of windows without explicitly performing any xhost commands. The Internet daemon (inetd(1M)) executes recserv when it receives a service request at the port listed in the services data base for recserv (see inetd(1m) and services(4)). When recserv is executed via inetd, a dialog box appears informing the receiver of ...
 red(1) -- line-oriented text editor
    The ed command executes a line-oriented text editor. It is most commonly used in scripts and noninteractive editing applications because, even though it can be used interactively, other editors such as vi and ex are typically easier to use in an interactive environment. If file is specified, ed performs an e command (see below) on the named file; that is to say, the file is read into ed's buffer ...
 reject(1m) -- allow/prevent LP destination queuing requests
    The accept command permits the lp command (see lp(1)) to accept printing requests for each named LP printer or printer class destination queue. The reject command causes the lp command to reject subsequent printing requests for each named destination queue. Requests already queued will continue to be processed for printing by the lpsched scheduler (see lpsched(1M)). Use the lpstat command (see lps...
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