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 cp(1) -- copy, link or move files
    file1 is copied (linked, moved) to target. Under no circumstance can file1 and target be the same (take care when using sh(1) metacharacters). If target is a directory, then one or more files are copied (linked, moved) to that directory. If target is an existing file, its contents are destroyed, except in the ln and ln -s case where the command will fail and ln will write a diagnostic message to standard error (use the -i or -f option to override this behavior). NOTE that this is a change from t...
 cpio(1) -- copy file archives in and out
    The -i, -o, and -p options select the action to be performed. The following list describes each of the actions (which are mutually exclusive). cpio -i (copy in) extracts files from the standard input, which is assumed to be the product of a previous cpio -o. Only files with names that match patterns are selected. patterns are regular expressions given in the filename-generating notation of sh(1). In patterns, metacharacters ?, *, ...
 cpp(1) -- the C language preprocessor
    cpp is a K&R C language preprocessor designed for standalone use and to be invoked as the first pass of all FORTRAN compilations and any K&R mode C compilation with the -mp option. Thus, cpp's output is designed to be in a form acceptable as input to the next pass of the C compiler. Standalone use of cpp on C code is not suggested, since the functionality of cpp has been incorporated into the C front-end. See m4(1) for a more general macro processor. This is a K&R C language preprocessor, not a...
 cpr(1) -- checkpoint and restart processes; info query; delete statefiles
    IRIX Checkpoint and Restart (CPR) offers a set of user-transparent software management tools, allowing system administrators, operators, and users with suitable privileges to suspend a job or a set of jobs in midexecution, and restart them later on. The jobs may be running on a single machine or on an array of networking connected machines. CPR may be used to enhance system availability, provide load and resource control or balancing, and to facilitate simulation or modeling. The cview command p...
 cpumeter(1) -- control the CPU activity meter on the Onyx/Challenge L/XL LCD panel
 cpuset(1) -- define and manage a set of CPUs
    The cpuset command is used to create and destroy cpusets, to retrieve information about existing cpusets, and to attach a process and all of its children to a cpuset. A cpuset is a named set of CPUs, which may be defined to be restricted or open. A restricted cpuset only allows processes that are members of the cpuset to run on the set of CPUs. An open cpuset allows any process to run on its cpus, but a process that is a member of the cpuset can only run on the CPUs belonging t...
 cron(1) -- clock daemon
    cron executes commands at specified dates and times. Regularly scheduled commands can be specified according to instructions found in crontab files in the directory /var/spool/cron/crontabs. Users can submit their own crontab file via the crontab(1) command. Commands that are to be executed only once can be submitted using the at(1) command. The following options are supported: -j jobs Specify the maximum number of jobs (MAXRUN) that cron can simultaneously run. The default value is 25. The maxi...
 crontab(1) -- user crontab file
    crontab copies the specified file, or standard input if no file is specified, into a directory that holds all users' crontabs. The -r option removes a user's crontab from the crontab directory. crontab -l will list the crontab file for the invoking user. The -e option spawns an editor which contains the user's current crontab (as output by crontab -l), and automatically updates the crontab when the user saves the file and exits the editor. The name of the editor to invoke can be specified by ...
 crypt(1) -- encode/decode
    crypt reads from the standard input and writes on the standard output. The password is a key that selects a particular transformation. If no argument is given, crypt demands a key from the terminal and turns off printing while the key is being typed in. If the -k option is used, crypt will use the key assigned to the environment variable CrYpTkEy. crypt encrypts and decrypts with the same key: crypt key cypher crypt key
 csh(1) -- shell command interpreter with a C-like syntax
    csh, the C shell, is a command interpreter with a syntax reminiscent of the C language. It provides a number of convenient features for interactive use that are not available with the standard (Bourne) shell, including filename completion, command aliasing, history substitution, job control, and a number of built-in commands. As with the standard shell, the C shell provides variable, command and filename substitution....
 csplit(1) -- context split
    csplit reads file and separates it into n+1 sections, defined by the arguments arg1...argn. By default the sections are placed in xx00...xxn (n may not be greater than 99). These sections get the following pieces of file: 00: From the start of file up to (but not including) the line referenced by arg1. 01: From the line referenced by arg1 up to the line referenced by arg2. . . . n: From the line referenced by argn to the end of file. If the file argum...
 ctags(1) -- create a tags file
    Ctags makes a tags file for ex(1) from the specified C, Pascal, Fortran, YACC, lex, and lisp sources. A tags file gives the locations of specified objects (in this case functions and typedefs) in a group of files. Each line of the tags file contains the object name, the file in which it is defined, and an address specification for the object definition. Functions are searched with a pattern, typedefs with a line number. Specifiers are given in separate fields on the line, separated by blanks or ...
 ctrace(1) -- C program debugger
    The ctrace command allows you to follow the execution of a C program, statement-by-statement. The effect is similar to executing a shell procedure with the -x option. ctrace reads the C program in file (or from standard input if you do not specify file), inserts statements to print the text of each executable statement and the values of all variables referenced or modified, and writes the modified program to the standard output. You must put the output of ctrace into a temporary file because the...
 cu(1) -- call another UNIX system
    cu calls up another UNIX system, a terminal, or possibly a non-UNIX system. It manages an interactive conversation with possible transfers of ASCII files. cu accepts the following options and arguments: -sspeed Specifies the transmission speed (300, 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600); The default value is "Any" speed which will depend on the order of the lines in the /etc/uucp/Devices file. -lline Specifies a device name to use as the communication line. This can be used to override the search that would...
 custlink(1) -- CustomerLink graphical interface
    Electronic Services CustomerLink (custlink) application provides a desktop interface to the information stored in the Silicon Graphics database. CustomerLink allows a registered user to view, maintain, and update information pertaining to themselves and their relationship with Silicon Graphics. Command Lines -config on|off Starts the application to allow reconfiguration of CustomerLink to setup the type of network configuration and the country where the application is runnin...
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