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 espreport(1) -- 0espreport is a utility provided for viewing various reports from ESP on the command line. This utility bypass
    The espreport -help prints the list of command specifications. The optional specifies to list only commands where matches some substring in the specification text. For example, 'espreport -help event' will list all commands containing character sequence 'event' in the specification. The espreport -spec command prints all commands specification in the same way as the command line is parsed to match the specification. The espreport -version command gives the version of ...
 eventmond(1) -- system event monitoring daemon
    eventmond runs at system startup, collects system events from syslogd, esplogger or any other application that interacts with EventmonAPI (see EventmonAPI(3X) for more details), and passes such system events directly to the SGI Embedded Support Partner (a.k.a ESP; see esp(5) for more details) framework. In case SGI ESP Support Data Base server is not running or SGI ESP Event Manager is not running, eventmond will buffer events. Whenever rate of the incoming events is higher than ability of the s...
 Performer_demo/eventView(1) -- OpenGL Performer
    This page describes tools for adding and viewing real-time events in a Performer program. In describes the following programs: evpp - An Event Pre-Processor. This program takes a description of user events and generates a C program adding the new events into an application programs. evanalyzer - A viewing program for captured events. evhist - A display program for generating histograms of event durations. Usually activated from within evanalyzer. evgraph - A display program for plotting function...
 ex(1) -- text editor
    ex is the root of a family of editors: ex and vi. ex is a superset of ed, with the most notable extension being a display editing facility. Display based editing is the focus of vi. If you use a window or a CRT terminal, you may wish to use the vi(1) editor, which focuses on the display-editing portion of ex.
 sysadm/execisdnd(1) -- run ISDN deamon.
    Execisdnd runs the ISDN deamon. If no parameters are given, the parameters in the file /etc/config/isdnd.options are used.
 sysadm/execppp(1) -- Start a PPP call.
    Execppp starts a PPP call with the specified entry name. The entry is added with addpppin(1M).
 expand(1) -- convert tabs to spaces
    The expand utility writes files or the standard input to the standard output with tab characters replaced with one or more space characters needed to pad to the next tab stop. Any backspace characters will be copied to the output and cause the column position count for tab stop calculations to be decremented; the column position count will not be decremented below zero.
 cat1/expect(1) -- programmed dialogue with interactive programs, Version 5
    Expect is a program that "talks" to other interactive programs according to a script. Following the script, Expect knows what can be expected from a program and what the correct response should be. An interpreted language provides branching and high-level control structures to direct the dialogue. In addition, the user can take control and interact directly when desired, afterward returning control to the script. Expectk is a mixture of Expect and Tk. It behaves just like Expect and Tk's wish...
 cat1/expectk(1) -- Expect with Tk support
    Expectk is a combination of Expect with Tk. (See their respective man pages for a more comprehensive explanation of either.) Expectk should run any wish or expect script (with minor changes - see below). The differences between the Expectk and Expect environment follows. The send command is Tk's. Expect's send command can be invoked by the name exp_send. (For compatibility, Expect allows either send or exp_send to be used.) Scripts may be invoked implicitly on systems which support the #! nota...
 explain(1) -- Displays the explanation for an error message
    UNICOS systems IRIX systems
 exportfs(1) -- export and unexport directories to NFS clients
    exportfs makes a local directory (or file) available for mounting over the network by NFS clients. It is normally invoked at boot time by the /etc/init.d/network script, and uses information contained in the /etc/exports file to export a directory (which must be specified as a full pathname). The superuser can run exportfs at any time to alter the list or characteristics of exported directories. Directories that are currently exported are listed in the file /etc/xtab. With no options or argument...
 expr(1) -- evaluate arguments as an expression
    The arguments are taken as an expression. After evaluation, the result is written on the standard output. Terms of the expression must be separated by blanks. Characters special to the shell must be escaped. Note that 0 is returned to indicate a zero value, rather than the null string. Strings containing blanks or other special characters should be quoted. Integer-valued arguments may be preceded by a unary minus sign. Internally, integers are treated as 32-bit, 2s complement numbers. The len...
 exstr(1) -- extract strings from source files
    The exstr utility is used to extract strings from C language source files and replace them by calls to the message retrieval function [see gettxt(3C)]. This utility will extract all character strings surrounded by double quotes, not just strings used as arguments to the printf command or the printf routine. In the first form, exstr finds all strings in the source files and writes them on the standard output. Each...
 extcentry(1) -- extract FORTRAN-callable entry points from a C file
    Extcentry is used to extract C functions for which FORTRAN-callable interface routines (wrappers) are to be generated by the program mkf2c(1). Extcentry accepts as input any C file (infile), and outputs (to outfile) only those portions which are surrounded by the special comments /* CENTRY */ and /* ENDCENTRY */. The first step in generating a FORTRAN-to-C interface routine is to surround only those C functions for which entry points are to be generated by these special comments and to run the f...
 sysadm/EZsetup(1) -- login for basic system setup and user environment configuration
    EZsetup, also referred to as System Setup, provides basic system administration and user account configuration. EZsetup eases first-time set up of a new IRIX system or of a new user account. In IRIX 6.5.14, EZsetup's appearance (layout and colors) was modernized. Logging in as EZsetup launches a web-based application running in a customized version of the webviewer browser from which users can do the following: 1. Set up some basic system security 2. Set up basic networking 3. Add a user to the...
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