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 egconfig(1) -- configure gigabit ethernet interfaces
    egconfig is executed at system startup time to download the firmware for each gigabit Ethernet (''egN'') interface configured into the system. After egconfig executes, it is still necessary to use ifconfig(1M) to configure protocol addresses and other parameters. egconfig is run automatically at system startup. It should not normally be necessary to execute it, unless resetting the interface is required....
 egrep(1) -- search a file for a pattern using full regular expressions
    egrep (expression grep) searches files for a pattern of characters and prints all lines that contain that pattern. egrep uses full regular expressions (expressions that have string values that use the full set of alphanumeric and special characters) to match the patterns. It uses a fast deterministic algorithm that sometimes needs exponential space. egrep accepts full regular expressions as in ed(1), except for \( and \), and except for \< and \>, with the addition of: 1. A full regular expr...
 eject(1) -- eject a removable media device
    eject ejects a removable mediad device. If the device has mounted filesystems, eject will first try to unmount them. Without any options, eject will act upon the first device it finds in the hardware inventory table.
 elfdump(1) -- dumps selected parts of a 32-bit or a 64-bit ELF object file/archive and displays them in ELF style
    The elfdump command dumps selected parts of a given ELF object file or an archive file. This command works for 32-bit or 64-bit ELF object files or ELF archives only. In the case of an archive, options other than -g generate output output from each object in the archive. elfdump accepts one or more of these options: -a Dumps the archive header of each member of an archive. -brief Dump most sections in the file. Like -h, but leaves out sections whose names begin with .debug_, .rel, or .MIPS. -c D...
 enable(1) -- enable/disable LP printers
    enable activates the named printers, enabling them to print requests taken by lp(1). Use lpstat(1) to find the status of printers. Disable deactivates the named printers, disabling them from printing requests taken by lp(1). By default, any requests that are currently printing on the designated printers will be reprinted in their entirety either on the same printer or on another member of the same class. Use lpstat(1) to find the status of printers. Options useful with disable are: -c Cancel any...
 X11/endsession(1) -- terminates a login session
    endsession terminates a login session initiated by xdm by removing the session property placed on the root window by reaper. Removal of this property is a signal to xdm that the session should be closed. This results in immediate termination of the current login session. endsession uses the environment variable DISPLAY to determine what session to terminate. Command line options are available to change the display variable and to suppress the confirmation window. The command line options are: -d...
 enterlicense(1) -- graphical application for managing NetLS nodelocked licenses.
    enterlicense is now an alias to the application LicenseManager. Please refer to the man page LicenseManager(1M).
 env(1) -- set environment for command execution, print environment
    Env obtains the current environment, modifies it according to its arguments, then executes the command with the modified environment. Arguments of the form name=value are merged into the inherited environment before the command is executed. If no command is specified, the resulting environment is printed, one name-value pair per line. Printenv prints out the names and values of the variables in the environment, with one name/value pair per line. If name is specified, only its value is printed. I...
 epd(1) -- AppleTalk Echo Protocol daemon
    Epd is the host implementation for the AppleTalk Echo Protocol. It listens for Echo Protocol packets and returns replies as specified by the protocol definition. -D causes epd to remain in the foreground and print information about packets received. -x will cause this information to be printed in hexadecimal. If hostname is specified, it is used to register epd with the Name Binding Protocol; otherwise, the gethostname(2) is used to determine a name to register....
 epfirm(1) -- maintain E-Plex 8-port Ethernet Firmware
    epfirm is intended to install new firmware in an E-Plex 8-port Ethernet board. The firmware is contained within the epfirm program itself. This program is normally run by the network initialization script as the system is being started (see network(1M)). Note that the epfirm program and driver for the E-Plex board in /var/sysgen/boot/if_ep.o must match each other. When no interface name such as ep0 is present, the program checks and update if necessary the firmware in all E-Plex boards installed...
 esparchive(1) -- archiving utility for Embedded Support Partner
    esparchive is a utility that is used for archiving the database in the Embedded Support Partner. This is generally used to conserve space on the disk. The archiving utility has to be launched from the command line. The archiving process temporarily shuts down the Embedded Support Partner to conserve data integrity during the archival process. Once archived, the database is compressed and used only for generating reports. A new database is created with no records in ...
 espconfig(1) -- 0espconfig is a utility provided for the configuration ESP from the command line. This utility bypasses the we
    The espconfig -help prints the list of command specifications. The optional parameter is used to list commands that matches some substring in the specification text. For example, 'espconfig -help add' will list all commands containing character sequence 'add' in the specification. The espconfig -spec command prints all commands specification in the way the command line is parsed to match the specification. The espconfig -version command gives the version of espconfig ...
 esplogger(1) -- System Support logger
    esplogger is a facility for the scripted tools/tasks to log the data to the SGI Embedded Support Partner. esplogger serves as a communication pipe between different tasks and EventMon. esplogger cannot be called without an options(s). One or more of the following options must be specified: -s sequence number option that allows to specify sequence number (in decimal or hexadecimal notation). This option works only in conjunction with -t and -f, or -m options. -f filename option that allows to spe...
 espnotify(1) -- a generic command line notification utility for SGI Embedded Support Partner
    espnotify is a generic command line utility that is packaged with SGI Embedded Support Partner (see esp(5) for more details). It is used to perform various types of notifications. espnotify can post a given message to e-mail addresses, can display a message on local/remote X display, can post a message to a paging service to be delivered to a pager or can display the message on the system console. espnotify supports various command line options for various types of notifications. These options a...
 espquery(1) -- Database query for Embedded Support Partner
    espquery is a command that is designed to perform limited set of operations on the database in the Embedded Support Partner The command is provided mostly for use by tools that are script in nature, yet need an interface to the SSDB. The tools would have to have intimate knowledge of the schema in the SSDB and the rights to access the database. The operations on the on the SSDB are limited to:
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