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 factor(1) -- obtain the prime factors of a number
    When you use factor without an argument, it waits for you to give it an integer. After you give it a positive integer less than or equal to 10 to the 14th (1.0e14), it factors the integer, prints its prime factors the proper number of times, and then waits for another integer. factor exits if it encounters a zero or any non-numeric character. If you invoke factor with an argument, it factors the integer as described above, and then it exits. The maximum time to factor an integer is proportional ...
 fam(1) -- file alteration monitor
    fam is a server that tracks changes to the filesystem and relays these changes to interested applications. Applications such as fm(1G) and mailbox(1) present an up-to-date view of the filesystem. In the absence of fam, these applications and others like them are forced to poll the filesystem to detect changes. fam is more efficient. Applications can request fam to monitor any files or directories in any filesystem. When fam detects changes to monitored files, it notifies the appropriate applicat...
 fbdump(1) -- print out compiler feedback files from prof
    fbdump prints out the formatted contents of compiler feedback files generated by prof(1). fbdump recognizes the following options: -verbose This option prints all the information in verbose mode. If this option is specified, table with all zero entries will be printed also. -header Print Feedback file header as described in "cmplrs/fb.h". -sections Print Feedback file section headers table as described in "cmplrs/fb.h". -proc Print Feedback procedure table as described in "cmplrs/fb.h". If...
 fc(1) -- process the command history list
    The fc utility lists or edits and reexecutes, commands previously entered to an interactive sh. The command history list references commands by number. The first number in the list is selected arbitrarily. The relationship of a number to its command will not change except when the user logs in and no other process is accessing the list, at which time the system may reset the numbering to start the oldest retained command at another number (usually 1). When the number reaches an implementation-de...
 fcagent(1) -- FibreVault Status/Configuration daemon
    fcagent and fccli have been deprecated in favor of a new fibre channel drive manager sesdaemon and sesmgr. Accordingly, fcagent is now chkconfig off by default. fcagent is a daemon which allows communication with attached FibreVault enclosures; status is collected and re-configuration is allowed. The low-level transport protocol is the industry standard SES (SCSI-3 Enclosure Services). The top-level transport is via RPC to allow for remote system monitoring and control. See fccli(1M) for details...
 fccli(1) -- FibreVault Status/Configuration Command Line Interface
    fcagent and fccli have been deprecated in favor of a new fibre channel drive manager sesdaemon and sesmgr. Accordingly, fcagent is now chkconfig off by default. The fccli command is a user front end to fcagent which collects status of all FibreVault enclosures and allows for configuration changes.
 fdetach(1) -- detach a name from a STREAMS-based file descriptor
    The fdetach command detaches a STREAMS-based file descriptor from a name in the filesystem. path is the pathname of the object in the filesystem name space, which was previously attached (see fattach(3C)). The user must be the owner of the file or a user with the appropriate privileges. All subsequent operations on path operate on the filesystem node and not on the STREAMS file. The permissions and status of the node are restored to the state the node wa...
 fg(1) -- run jobs in the foreground
    If job control is enabled (see the description of set -m), the fg utility will move a background job from the current environment into the foreground. Using fg to place a job into the foreground will remove its process ID from the list of those "known in the current shell execution environment.
 fgrep(1) -- search a file for a character string
    fgrep (fast grep) searches files for a character string and prints all lines that contain that string. fgrep is different from grep(1) and egrep(1) because it searches for a string, instead of searching for a pattern that matches an expression. It uses a fast and compact algorithm. The characters $, *, [, ^, |, (, ), and \ are interpreted literally by fgrep, that is, fgrep does not recognize full regular expressions as does egrep. Since these characters have special meaning to the shell, it is ...
 file(1) -- determine file type
    file performs a series of tests on each file supplied by arg and, optionally, on each file supplied in ffile in an attempt to classify it. If arg appears to be a text file, file examines the first 512 bytes and tries to guess its programming language. If arg is an executable a.out, file prints the version stamp, provided it is greater than 0. For COFF executables, the version stamp will give the version of compilers used to generate the executab...
 sysadm/FilesystemManager(1) -- view and manage filesystems
    Managers display information about your system and provide access to interactive guides (also called tasks) that let you administer your system. In a Manager window, you can open a guide by choosing its name from the Task menu or by clicking its button at the bottom of the window. The Filesystem Manager uses several methods to monitor the filesystems in use by the system. It uses fam to detect changes in /etc/mtab, which lists mounted filesystems. It also uses fam to monitor the execution of oth...
 filetype(1) -- determine filetype of specified file or files
    filetype is a utility used to determine the IRIX Interactive Desktop (IID(1G)) file type of a file or set of files. filetype uses the IRIX Interactive Desktop file typing database to look up file typing rules and apply them to the files listed, then prints the file type for each file whose type was requested. The conversion rules are located in compiled .otr files in /usr/lib/filetype. The older ftr(1) database format, .ctr files are not supported anymore. The source .ftr files can be found in t...
 find(1) -- find files
    find recursively descends the directory hierarchy for each pathname in the path-name-list (that is, one or more pathnames) seeking files that match a boolean expression written in the primaries given below. If the expression does not contain at least one of -print, -ok, or -exec, including the case of a null expression, a -print is implicit. In the descriptions, the argument n is used as a decimal integer where +n means more than n, -n means less than n, and n means exactly n. Valid expressions ...
 findanicon(1) -- find an icon on the system (File QuickFind)
    /usr/lib/filetype/desktop.otr /usr/lib/X11/app-defaults/DesktopManager
 findblk(1) -- find filesystem block
    findblk finds the filesystem claimants for the block specified as blkno; special is the device name on which a filesystem has been defined. Read permission is required on the specified special device.
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