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 cocostiff(1) -- color correct a TIFF stream
    cocostiff uses the International Color Consortium (ICC) profiles to determine how to perform the appropriate color management operation ("color correction", hence "coco") upon a TIFF stream. The operation will be a color space conversion from the input device color space to the output device color space. A TIFF stream is a TIFF image file in the Streamable TIFF (STIFF) format. STIFF files are directly created by Impressario products, such as gscan. Regular TIFF image files can...
 col(1) -- filter reverse line-feeds
    col reads from the standard input and writes onto the standard output. It performs the line overlays implied by reverse line feeds (ASCII code ESC-7), and by forward and reverse half-line-feeds (ESC-9 and ESC-8). col is particularly useful for filtering multicolumn output made with the .rt command of nroff and output resulting from use of the tbl(1) preprocessor. If the -b option is given, col assumes that the output devi...
 collide(1) -- look for name collisions between libraries
    When porting a large application a critical question is ``How do I know if names in this application conflict with names in libraries I must use?'' Collide answers that question by finding name collisions across archive libraries and object files. It treats a Dynamic Shared Object (dso) as if it were an archive library. Given a list of files, collide finds all duplicate external names and writes those names to standard output. There is no output if there are no conflicts. The -l (longform) opt...
 colltbl(1) -- create collation database
    The colltbl command takes as input a specification file, file, that describes the collating sequence for a particular language and creates a database that can be read by strxfrmstrcmp(3C), strncmp(3C), or memcmp(3C). strcoll(3C) transforms its arguments and does a comparison. If no input file is supplied, stdin is read. The output file produced contains the database with collat...
 colorview(1) -- display list of X11 colors and show selected color
    Colorview is an X11 program that displays a color ``patch'' and a list of color names from an X11 rgb database. The color for a name is displayed by clicking the left mouse button over the color name. Command-line arguments are: -browse only lists the colors; the Accept and Apply buttons are not displayed. -display dpy specifies the X server to contact; see X(1). -geometry geom specifies the preferred size and position of the window; see X(1). -name name specifies the application name under wh...
 comb(1) -- combine SCCS deltas
    comb generates a shell procedure [see sh(1)] which, when run, will reconstruct the given SCCS files. The reconstructed files will, hopefully, be smaller than the original files. The arguments may be specified in any order, but all keyletter arguments apply to all named SCCS files. If a directory is named, comb behaves as though each file in the directory were specified as a named file, except that non-SCCS files (last component of the path name does not begin with s.) and unreadable files are si...
 comm(1) -- select or reject lines common to two sorted files
    comm reads file1 and file2, which should be ordered in ASCII collating sequence [see sort(1)], and produces a three-column output: lines only in file1; lines only in file2; and lines in both files. The file name - means the standard input. Flags 1, 2, or 3 suppress printing of the corresponding column. Thus comm -12 prints only the lines common to the two files; comm -23 prints only lines in the first file but not in t...
 command(1) -- execute a simple command
    The command utility causes the shell to treat the arguments as a simple command, suppressing the shell function lookup. If the command_name is the same as the name of one of the special builtin utilities, the special properties in the enumerated list below (See SPECIAL BUILT-IN PROPERTIES) will not occur. In every other respect, if command_name is not the name of a function, the effect of command will be the same as omitting command. The command utility also provides information concerning how a...
 compress(1) -- compress and expand data
    Compress reduces the size of the named files using adaptive Lempel-Ziv coding. Whenever possible, each file is replaced by one with the extension .Z, while keeping the same permission modes, access and modification times. When invoked by the superuser the ownership modes are also retained. If no files are specified, the standard input is compressed to the standard output. Compressed files can be restored to their original form using uncompress or zcat. The -d option causes compress to uncompress...
 dmedia/compview(1) -- tool for viewing results of compression
    comvpiew provides a graphical interface to view an image and the result of compressing the image with either sofware or hardware JPEG while interactively setting the quality factor of the compressed image. The size of the original image, the size of the compressed image, and the compression ratio are displayed. As an option the compresses/decompress cycle can be performed multiple times, with the resulting image then displayed. compview also provides panels to view the difference between the ori...
 dmedia/concerta(1) -- Sine Wave Generator Tool
    concerta ("Concert A") provides a graphical interface to a sine wave generator which can be set to produce a tone at any selected frequency or MIDI key number. It is useful for tuning samples while creating preset files for midisynth(1).
 confidence(1) -- Desktop Confidence Tests
    /usr/sbin/confidence /usr/sbin/Confidence/
 sysadm/configAutoLogin(1) -- enable or disable auto login
    configAutoLogin is a privileged command that either enables or disables the auto login feature. If auto login is enabled, the system will automatically login to a specific user account when the system is restarted. Since no password is requested for auto login, this means that anyone can use the auto login account to gain access to the system.
 sysadm/configdefaultRoute(1) -- add or delete a default route
    Configdefaultroute adds or deletes a default route from the network routing table. This enables connection to be established with with the remote location. This may be necessary if a point-to-point link is in use or when route are off.
 sysadm/configec0state(1) -- activate or deactivate the primary interface
    This command with the -up option activates the primary interface. The file /etc/config/ifconfig-1.options is updated. The -down option deactivates the primary interface. If your system is a standalone machine or you are using some other network interface, such as ISDN or modem instead of the ethernet interface, you may want to deactivate the ethernet interface. When the ethernet port is not connected and the interface is still up, you may see a dialog box that pops up at a regular interval with ...
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