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 dd(1) -- convert and copy a file
    dd copies the specified input file to the specified output with possible conversions. The standard input and output are used by default. The input and output block sizes can be specified to take advantage of raw physical I/O. dd processes supplementary code-set characters according to the locale specified in the LC_CTYPE environment variable (see LANG in environ(5)), except as noted below. Option Values if=file Input filename; standard input is default. ...
 ddopt(1) -- MIPS Data-Dependency-based Optimizer
    ddopt, the MIPS data-dependency-based optimizer, reads the input binary ucode file on a procedure by procedure basis, performs loop-based transformations on each outer-most loop nest in each procedure and outputs the optimized binary ucode file. By convention, it takes a binary ucode file with the extensions .B or .M as input and output a binary ucode file with the extension .D. In the compilation process, ddopt runs after the front-end, after uld and usplit, and before umerge, uopt and ugen. Cu...
 sysadm/deletehost(1) -- delete an entry from the host file.
    Deletehost removes an entry from the /etc/hosts file.
 sysadm/deleteModem(1) -- delete a modem from the system
    deleteModem is a privileged command that deletes a modem from the system, freeing the serial port it was attached to for other uses.
 sysadm/deleteSerialDevice(1) -- deletes a serial device from the system
    deleteSerialDevice is a privileged command that removes configuration information about a serial port. deleteSerialDevice can be used to unconfigure terminals, input devices, and midi. Use deleteModem(1M) to unconfigure modems. When midi is unconfigured, the stopmidi command is run.
 sysadm/deleteUserAccount(1) -- delete a user account from the system
    deleteUserAccount deletes a user account from the system and handles the deleted account's files. The deleteUserAccount command has the following required parameter: -l login-name The login name of the user account to delete The deleteUserAccount command has the following optional parameters: -A Indicates that all of the user's files local to the system should be deleted. None of -D, -H, or -E may be specified with the -A option. -D Indicates that the user's home directory should be deleted. ...
 delta(1) -- make a delta (change) to an SCCS file
    delta is used to permanently introduce into the named SCCS file changes that were made to the file retrieved by get(1) (called the g-file, or generated file). delta makes a delta to each named SCCS file. If a directory is named, delta 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 silently ignored. If a name of - is given, the standard input is read (see WARN...
 deroff(1) -- remove nroff, troff, tbl and eqn constructs
    The deroff command reads each file in sequence and removes all nroff and troff command lines, backslash constructions, macro definitions, eqn constructs (between .EQ and .EN lines or between delimiters), and table descriptions and writes the remainder on the standard output. deroff follows chains of included files (.so and .nx commands); if a file has already been included, a .s
 desktop(1) -- customization panel for setting Desktop resources
    This reference page describes the Desktop customization panel, which is part of the IRIX Interactive Desktop software. For information about the entire IRIX Interactive Desktop environment and about the XUSERFILESEARCHPATH environment variable, see the IID(1) man page. The desktop customization panel allows the user to set certain resources applicable to the file manager (fm) and the IRIX Interactive Desktop environment. The desktop panel can be run from a Unix shell command line or from the too...
 desktophelp(1) -- IRIX Interactive Desktop(TM) Help System Subprogram
    desktophelp is a program that is launched from the IRIX Interactive Desktop(TM) Toolchest, under the "Help" menu. Depending upon which version of IRIX you are running, the specific submenu item that launches desktophelp is either "Desktop Help" (IRIX 6.2), "How Do I..." (IRIX 6.3 or 6.4), or "Quick Answers" (IRIX 6.5). desktophelp has the simple task of posting a request to the sgihelp(1) process. If this process is not already running, it will start-up automatically. At the point sgihel...
 devnm(1) -- device name
    devnm identifies the special file associated with the mounted filesystem where the argument name resides. This command is most commonly used by /etc/brc (see brc(1M)) to construct a mount table entry for the root device.
 df(1) -- report number of free disk blocks
    df reports the number of total, used, and available disk blocks (one disk block equals 512 bytes) in filesystems. The filesystem argument is a device special file containing a disk filesystem, a mounted NFS filesystem of the form hostname:pathname, or any file, directory, or special node in a mounted filesystem. If no filesystem arguments are specified, df reports on all mounted filesystems. The options to df are: -b Causes df to report usage in 512-byte units, which is the default. -e Causes on...
 dgld(1) -- Graphics Library server
    dgld is the server for programs performing remote graphics with the Graphics Libary or for programs linked with the Distributed Graphics Library. The server provides both a subprocess graphics facility and a networked graphics facility. dgld is started either by inetd(1M) or by dnserver. TCP socket connections are serviced by inetd. inetd listens for connections on the port indicated in the ``sgi-dgl'' service specification; see services(4). When a connection is found, dgld is started as speci...
 dhcpdb(1) -- DHCP database manager
    dhcpdb is a database manager for the NDBM database used by the DHCP server to store address leases. It provides a command line interface to add, delete, update, or print the DHCP database. The tool can be used either in entry mode to manipulate individual entries or in file mode. In file mode the entire contents of the database can be dumped to a file or loaded from a file. COMMAND LINE OPTIONS In the entry mode options can be used to add (replace), delete, update a lease, or print an entry usin...
 dhcp_bootp(1) -- proclaim server for Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
    dhcp_bootp is the server that communicates with other DHCP and proclaim(1M) clients to provide configuration parameters, including at least an IP address. The format of DHCP messages is based on bootp messages (see RFC 951). A detailed protocol specification for DHCP is contained in RFC 1541, available from the Network Information Center. The DHCP protocol uses UDP/IP as its transport mechanism. The DHCP server receives service requests at the UDP port indicated in the bootp service description ...
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