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 cc_bundled_ia(1) -- bundled C compiler
    This manpage describes the Bundled C compiler. cc invokes the HP-UX bundled C compiler. C source code is compiled directly to object code. The command uses the ctcom (Itanium(R)-based systems) or ccom (PARISC, Precision Architecture) compiler for preprocessing, syntax and type checking, as well as for code generation. cc accepts several types of arguments as files: .c Suffix Arguments whose names ...
 cc_bundled_pa(1) -- bundled C compiler
    This manpage describes the Bundled C compiler. See cc(1), online only, for a description of the ANSI-compliant HP-UX manual page. This cc accepts several types of arguments as files: .c Suffix Arguments whose names end with .c are understood to be C source files. Each is compiled and the resulting object file is left in a file having the corresponding base name, .o instead of .c. However, if a sin...
 cd(1) -- change working directory
    If directory is not specified, the value of shell parameter HOME is used as the new working directory. If directory specifies a complete path starting with /, ., or .., directory becomes the new working directory. If neither case applies, cd tries to find the designated directory relative to one of the paths specified by the CDPATH shell variable. CDPATH has the same syntax as, and similar semanti...
 cdc(1) -- change the delta commentary of an SCCS delta
    The cdc command changes the delta commentary, for the SID specified by the -r option, of each named SCCS file. Delta commentary is defined to be the Modification Request (MR) and comment information normally specified via the delta(1) command (-m and -y options). If a directory is named, cdc behaves as if each file in the directory were specified as a named file, except that non-SCCS files (last c...
 cdsadv(1m) -- Starts the CDS client daemon
    The cdsadv command starts the CDS client daemon.
 cdsbrowser(1m) -- Starts the CDS Browser utility on the local system
    The cdsbrowser command starts the CDS Browser utility on the local system. This utility runs on workstations with windowing software based on the OSF/Motif graphical user interface. Using a mouse to manipulate pull-down menus, you can view the directory structure of a namespace, view child directories of a particular directory, view the object entries and soft links in a directory, and set a filte...
 cdsclerk(1m) -- Manages the interface between clients and the CDS server
    The cdsclerk command manages the interface between clients and the CDS server.
 cdscp(1m) -- Starts the CDS control program
    The Cell Directory Service (CDS) control program is a command line interface for managing the components of the Cell Directory Service and the contents of the namespace. You can use the control program commands from within the control program or from the system prompt. To use the control program commands from inside the control program, start the control program by using the cdscp command alone, w...
 cdsd(1m) -- Starts the CDS server
    The cdsd command starts the CDS server.
 cds_intro(1m) -- Introduction to the CDS commands
    The DCE Cell Directory Service provides the following management commands: o The cdsbrowser command starts the CDS Browser utility. This utility is based on the OSF/Motif graphical user interface. The Browser can display an overall directory structure as well as show the contents of directories. o The cdscp command starts the CDS control program. Use this command line interface to manage the CDS c...
 cfsadmin(1m) -- administer disk space used for caching file systems with
    The cfsadmin command provides the following functions: + cache creation + deletion of cached file systems + listing of cache contents and statistics + resource parameter adjustment when the file system is unmounted. For each form of the command, with the exception of the -s form, you must specify a cache directory, that is, the directory under which the cache is actually stored. A path name in the...
 chacl(1) -- add, modify, delete, copy, or summarize access control lists (ACLs) of files
    chacl extends the capabilities of chmod(1), by enabling the user to grant or restrict file access to additional specific users and/or groups. Traditional file access permissions, set when a file is created, grant or restrict access to the file's owner, group, and other users. These file access permissions (eg., rwxrw-r--) are mapped into three base access control list entries: one entry for the f...
 change(1m) -- Alters the epoch number and time on the local node
    The change command sets the time and changes the epoch of the DTS server on which it is entered. Use this command to isolate a server from the rest of the servers in the network before changing the time.
 chargefee(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...
 chatr(1) -- change program's internal attributes
    chatr allows you to change a program's internal attributes for 32-bit and 64-bit ELF files. There are two syntactic forms that can be used to invoke chatr. + Format 1 allows easy manipulation of ordinary files that have only a single text segment and a single data segment. + Format 2 allows explicit specification of the segments to be modified. Upon completion, chatr prints the file's old and ne...
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