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 dmedia/cddbcvt(1) -- convert old (cdplayer) format CD database to new format
    cddbcvt takes a database file in the old format used by pre-4.0.5 versions of cdplayer, and converts them to a CD database directory, as used by CDman and later versions of cdplayer. The optional argument olddbfile is the name of the database file you wish to convert. By default this is .cdplayerrc in the user's home directory. The optional argument newdbdir is the name of the directory in which to put the new database files. The directory will be created if it does not already exist. By defaul...
 cdheadphone(1) -- play audio CDs on a CD-ROM drive
    cdheadphone is a Motif based control panel for playing audio Compact Discs on a CD-ROM drive. Output is through the headphone jack or output jacks of the CD-ROM drive. To play a CD through the IRIS audio hardware (where available, e.g. on the IRIS Indigo) you must either run cdplayer(1) or plug the output jacks of the CD-ROM drive into the lineinput jacks of the audio hardware. cdheadphone can store the names of discs and tracks, and also allows track programming and assigning names to these pro...
 dmedia/cdplayer(1) -- play and capture audio CDs and DAT tapes
    CdPlayer is a program for playing audio tapes and CDs. When called as datplayer it works as a tape player. When called as cdplayer or when the -dev cd option is specified, CDplayer works as a CD player.
 cflow(1) -- generate C flowgraph
    The cflow command analyzes a collection of C, yacc, and lex files and attempts to build a graph charting the external references. Files suffixed with .y, .l, .c, or .i are yacced, lexed, and compiled as appropriate. The results are collected and turned into a graph which is displayed upon the standard output. If the environment variable _XPG is defined, cflow operates in conformance with the X/Open XPG4 specifications. The format of the output may differ in accordance to the XPG4 standards. In a...
 cfsadmin(1) -- administer disk space used for caching file systems with the
    The cfsadmin command provides administrative tools for managing cached file systems. Its functions fall into four general categories: o cache creation o deletion of cached file systems o listing of cache contents and statistics o resource parameter adjustment when the file system is unmounted. For each form of the command, you must specify a cache directory, that is, the directory under which the cache is actually stored. A path name in the front file system identifies the cache directory. You c...
 cfsstat(1) -- display Network File System statistics
    Cfsstat displays statistical information about the Cache File System (CacheFS). It can also be used to reinitialize this information. If no options are given the default is to print everything and reinitialize nothing. The optional argument interval may be used to indicate the interval in seconds between display updates in the "full-screen" mode described below. The default value is 1.
 chacl(1) -- change the access control list of a file or directory
    chacl changes the Access Control List (see acl(4)) for a file or directory. The -b flag indicates that there are two ACLs, the first is the file access ACL and the second the directory default ACL. The -d flag is used to set only the default ACL of a directory. The -R and -D flags are used to remove the file access ACL and directory default ACL respectively, the -B flag will remove all ACLs. The ACL(s) specified are applied to each file in the pat<...
 chcap(1) -- change file capability sets
    chcap changes the effective, permitted, and inheritable capability sets of the specified file(s) or removes them. A file's capability sets affect the capabilities that are assigned to a process upon execution of the file. For a more complete description of the capability mechanism, see capabilities(4). capsets is a string that describes the changes to the file capability sets. It is comprised of one or more capability lists. Each capabili...
 check(1) -- check RCS status of a file
    check displays RCS checkout information for files in the current directory. This includes the revision level, checkout status of the file, and who the file is checked out to. check assumes ./RCS is the default RCS directory. A different RCS directory can be specified with the rcsdir argument. The -d switch causes check to display the date when the file was checked out in addition to the usual information. The -l switch causes check to display only the names of files currently checked out. If che...
 sysadm/checkPassword(1) -- confirm a user password
    checkPassword is used to confirm a password for a particular user account. The password is supplied via stdin so that it is not visible on the process command line. The checkPassword command has the following required parameter: -l login-name The login name of the user account whose password is being checked.
 sysadm/checkpriv(1) -- check to see if the current user is privileged
    checkpriv checks to see if you have been granted privilege. If checkpriv indicates that you do have privilege, then runpriv(1M) would run the command privilege found in the directory /usr/sysadm/privbin on your behalf. checkpriv indicates that you have privilege if any one of the following conditions are met: 1. You are running as root. 2. There is no root password on the system. 3. The file /var/sysadm/defaultPrivileges/privilege exists and has the string "on" as its first line (see defaultPr...
 check_abi_compliance(1) -- check ABI compliance of an object file
    check_abi_compliance checks an object file for ABI compliance and optionally displays references to routines which are not part of the ABI and required routines which are missing from the object file. -abidir directory This specifies a directory which contains files which specify ABI routines. The filenames are of the form LIBRARY.names. -liblist library_list This specifies a list of shared objects on which this object file depends. This defaults to the liblist of the object file. -required Disp...
 check_abi_interface(1) -- check ABI compliance of a library interface
    check_abi_interface checks a library interface and displays ABI entries which are missing as well as public entries which are not part of the ABI. -abidir directory This specifies a directory which contains files which specify ABI routines. The filenames are of the form LIBRARY.names. -libname library_list This specifies the name of the library to use when searching in abidir. The default is the name of the file. -missing Display only ABI routines which are missing from the library. -extra Displ...
 check_for_syscalls(1) -- check for embedded syscalls in an object file.
    check_for_syscalls finds embedded system calls in an object file. An ABI-compliant program may not directly do system calls, it must invoke an ABI-compliant DSO to access system services. -syscalls syscall_file This file is used to translate from system call numbers to names. The default is /usr/lib/abi/data/syscall.names.
 chkconfig(1) -- configuration state checker
    chkconfig with no arguments or with the -s option prints the state (on or off) of every configuration flag found in the directory /var/config. The flags normally are shown sorted by name; with the -s option they are shown sorted by state. A flag is considered on if its file contains the string ``on'' and off otherwise. If flag is specified as the sole argument, chkconfig exits with status 0 if flag is on and with status 1 if flag is off or nonexistent. The exit status can be used by shell scri...
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