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 tconv(1) -- HP 9000 Traditional-Chinese code converter
    tconv is a code converter to do code conversion from CCDC/Big5/EUCCNS(locale: zh_TW.ccdc/zh_TW.big5/zh_TW.eucTW) internal code to another local Taiwanese 2-byte or 3-byte Traditional-Chinese internal code, or to Unicode in UCS2 or UTF8 format; as well the conversion of Big5 code(Traditional-Chinese) to GB code(Simplified-Chinese) (locale:zh_CN.hp15CN) or GBK code. It provides fourteen processing m...
 tcpd(1m) -- access control facility for internet services
    The tcpd program can be set up to monitor the incoming requests for telnet, finger, ftp, exec, rsh, rlogin, tftp, talk, and other services that have a one-to-one mapping onto executable files. The program supports both 4.3BSD-style sockets and System V.4-style TLI. The functionality may be limited when the protocol underneath TLI is not an internet protocol. The operation is as follows: Whenever a...
 tcpdchk(1) -- check tcp wrapper configuration
    tcpdchk examines the tcp wrapper configuration and reports all potential and real problems it can encounter. The command examines the tcpd access control files (by default, these are /etc/hosts.allow and /etc/hosts.deny), and compares the entries in these files against entries in the inetd configuration file. tcpdchk reports the following types of problems: non-existent pathnames, services that ap...
 tcpdmatch(1) -- evaluate tcp wrapper service requests
    tcpdmatch predicts how the tcp wrapper would handle a specific request for service. Examples are given below. The program examines the tcpd access control tables (default /etc/hosts.allow and /etc/hosts.deny) and prints its conclusion. For maximum accuracy, it extracts additional information from the inetd configuration file. When tcpdmatch finds a match in the access control tables, it identifies...
 tee(1) -- pipe fitting
    The tee command transcribes the standard input to the standard output and makes copies in the files.
 telnet(1) -- user interface to the TELNET protocol
    telnet is used to communicate with another host using the TELNET protocol. If telnet is invoked without arguments, it enters command mode, indicated by its prompt (telnet>). In this mode, it accepts and executes the commands listed below. If telnet is invoked with arguments, it performs an open command (see below) with those arguments. Once a connection has been opened, telnet enters an input mode...
 telnetd(1m) -- TELNET protocol server
    The telnetd daemon executes a server that supports the DARPA standard TELNET virtual terminal protocol. The Internet daemon (inetd) executes telnetd when it receives a service request at the port listed in the services database for telnet using the tcp protocol (see inetd(1M) and services(4)). telnetd operates by allocating a Telnet pseudo-terminal device (see tels(7)) for a client, then creating ...
 test(1) -- condition evaluation command
    The test command evaluates the expression expr and, if its value is True, returns a zero (true) exit status; otherwise, a nonzero (false) exit status is returned. test also returns a nonzero exit status if there are no arguments. The following primitives are used to construct expr: -r file True if file exists and is readable. -w file True if file exists and is writable. -x file True if file exists...
 tftp(1) -- trivial file transfer program
    tftp is the user interface to the Internet TFTP (Trivial File Transfer Protocol), that allows users to transfer files to and from a remote machine. The remote host can be specified on the command line, in which case tftp uses host as the default host for future transfers (see the connect command below).
 tftpd(1m) -- trivial file transfer protocol server
    tftpd is a server that supports the Internet Trivial File Transfer Protocol (RFC783). The TFTP server operates at the port indicated in the tftp service description (see services(4)). The server is normally started by inetd using the /etc/inetd.conf file (see inetd(1M) and inetd.conf(4)).
 tic(1m) -- terminfo compiler
    tic translates terminfo files from source format into the compiled format. Results are placed in the directory /usr/share/lib/terminfo. -vn Specifies that (verbose) output be written to standard error trace information showing tic's progress. The optional integer n is a number from 1 to 10, inclusive, indicating the desired level of detail of information. If n is omitted, the default level is 1. ...
 time(1) -- time a command
    command is executed. Upon completion, time prints the elapsed time during the command, the time spent in the system, and the time spent executing the command. Times are reported in seconds. Execution time can depend on the performance of the memory in which the program is running. The times are printed on standard error. Note that the shell also has a keyword time that times an entire pipeline if ...
 timex(1) -- time a command; report process data and system activity
    timex reports in seconds the elapsed time, user time, and system time spent in execution of the given command. Optionally, process accounting data for command and all its children can be listed or summarized, and total system activity during the execution interval can be reported. The output of timex is written on the standard error. Timex returns an exit status of 1 if it is used incorrectly, if ...
 top(1) -- display and update information about the top processes on the system
    top displays the top processes on the system and periodically updates the information. Raw CPU percentage is used to rank the processes. On a PA-RISC, hard-partitionable platform, top issues a warning that it reports only for the current partition and it has to be run on other partitions if their status is required.
 touch(1) -- update access, modification, and/or change times of file
    touch updates the access, modification, and last-change times of each argument. The file name is created if it does not exist. If no time is specified (see date(1)) the current time is used. The -r and -t options are mutually exclusive.
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