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 swpackage(1m) -- package software products into a target depot or tape
    The swpackage command is not distributed; it only operates on the local host. It packages software products into: + a distribution directory (which can be accessed directly or copied onto a CD-ROM), + a distribution tape, such as DDS, nine-track or cartridge tapes. A software product is organized into a three-level hierarchy: products, subproducts, and filesets. The actual files that make up a pro...
 swreg(1m) -- register or unregister depots and roots
    The swreg command controls the visibility of depots and roots to users who are performing software management tasks. It must be used to register depots created by swpackage. By default, the swcopy command registers newly created depots. By default, the swinstall command registers newly created alternate roots (the root, "/", is not automatically registered). The swremove command unregisters a de...
 swremove(1m) -- unconfigure and remove software products
    The swremove command removes software_selections from target_selections (e.g. root file systems). When removing installed software, swremove also unconfigures the software before it is removed. The software is not unconfigured when removed from an alternate root directory since it was not configured during installation. When removing available software (within a depot), swremove also does not perf...
 swverify(1m) -- verify software products
    The swverify command verifies the software_selections at one or more target_selections (e.g. root filesystems). When verifying installed software, swverify checks software states, dependency relationships, file existence and integrity, in addition to executing vendor-supplied verification scripts. The swverify command also verifies software_selections at one or more target depots. For target depot...
 sync(1m) -- synchronize file systems
    sync executes the sync() system call (see sync(2)). If the system is to be stopped, the sync command must be called to ensure file system integrity. sync flushes all previously unwritten system buffers including modified super blocks, modified inodes, and delayed block I/O out to disk. This ensures that all file modifications are properly saved before performing a critical operation such as a syst...
 syncer(1m) -- periodically sync for file system integrity
    syncer is a program that periodically executes sync() at an interval determined by the input argument seconds (see sync(2)). If seconds is not specified, the default interval is every 30 seconds. This ensures that the file system is fairly up-to-date in case of a crash. This command should not be executed directly, but should be executed at system boot time via startup script /sbin/init.d/syncer. ...
 synchronize(1m) -- Causes the DTS entity to synchronize the clock on the system where the command is entered.
    The synchronize command causes the DTS clerk or server to solicit time intervals from servers, compute the intersection of the time intervals, and adjust the system clock to the midpoint of the computed time interval. This command overrides the functions of the synchronization hold down characteristic.
 sysdef(1m) -- display system definition
    Note: sysdef will not be supported in future releases of HP-UX (refer to WARNINGS section below). So users are advised to use the kctune(1M) utility which provides additional information on kernel tunable parameters. The command sysdef analyzes the currently running system and reports on its tunable configuration parameters. kernel and master are not used, but can be specified for standards compli...
 syslogd(1m) -- log system messages
    The syslogd command reads and logs messages into a set of files described by the configuration file /etc/syslog.conf.
 tabs(1) -- set tabs on a terminal
    tabs sets the tab stops on the user's terminal according to the tab specification tabspec, after clearing any previous settings. The user's terminal must have remotely-settable hardware tabs. If you are using a non-HP terminal, you should keep in mind that behavior will vary for some tab settings. Four types of tab specification are accepted for tabspec: ``canned'', repetitive, arbitrary, and ...
 tail(1) -- deliver the last part of a file
    tail copies the named file to the standard output beginning at a designated place. If no file is named, standard input is used.
 talk(1) -- talk to another user
    The talk utility is a two-way, screen-oriented communication program. The command argument talk_party can take one the following forms: user user@host @host host host!user !user user host:user :user user host.user where .user where user where user is a login name and host is a host name. The optional command argument, ttyname, can be used to specify the terminal to be used when contacting a user w...
 talkd(1m) -- remote user communication server
    Talkd is the server that notifies a user that someone wants to initiate a conversation. It acts as a repository of invitations, responding to requests by clients wishing to initiate a conversation. To initiate a conversation, the client (the talk command) sends a message of type LOOK_UP to the server (see /usr/include/protocols/talkd.h). This causes the server to search its invitation table to che...
 tar(1) -- tape file archiver
    The tar command saves and restores archives of files on a magnetic tape, a flexible disk, or a regular file. The default archive file is /dev/rmt/0m. See the -f option below. Its actions are controlled by the key argument.
 tbl(1) -- format tables for nroff
    tbl is a preprocessor that formats tables for nroff(1). The input files are copied to the standard output, except for lines between .TS and .TE command lines, which are assumed to describe tables and are re-formatted by tbl. (The .TS and .TE command lines are not altered by tbl). .TS is followed by global options. The available global options are: center center the table (default is left-adjust); ...
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