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 findsmb.1(1) -- list info about machines that respond to SMB name queries on a subnet
    This perl script is part of the Samba suite. findsmb is a perl script that prints out several pieces of information about machines on a subnet that respond to SMB name query requests. It uses nmblookup(1) to obtain this information.
 findvis(1) -- list OpenGL-capable Visuals meeting selection criteria
    findvis describes OpenGL-capable X11 Visuals that meet user-specified selection criteria. The options are as follows: -1 List only the first matching Visual, rather than all matching Visuals. -id List only the Visual ID of matching Visuals, rather than a one-line description of the Visual. This is particularly useful in shell scripts, for passing a Visual ID to a program without Visual-selection ability. -display X11-display-name Use the specified X11 display, rather than the default display giv...
 finger(1) -- user information lookup program
    Finger is used to find out about people. It searches for the local /etc/passwd file and the NIS for matching account names and first or last names. Finger displays, if known, the name of the person associated with each account, mail alias, and home and office telephone numbers. If there is an account on the local machine, the home directory and login shell, and any plan which the person has placed in the file .plan in their home directory, and the project on which they are working from the file ...
 fingerd(1) -- remote user information server
    fingerd is a simple protocol based on RFC742 that provides an interface to the finger program at several network sites. The program is supposed to return a friendly, human-oriented status report on a particular person. There is no required format, and the protocol consists mostly of specifying a single ``command line.'' fingerd listens for TCP requests at port 79. Once connected, it reads a single line terminated by a and passes the first three words on the line as arguments to finger(1...
 fix_nsmailfdir(1) -- fix incorrect mail folder names in $HOME/nsmail
    Mail folders and folder directories should be created via the Message Center in Netscape Communicator. If they are created manually outside of Netscape, Netscape may not be able to see those folders if they do not follow Netscape's naming convention. fix_nsmailfdir scans $HOME/nsmail directory to ensure that all folders and folder directories conform to Netscape's naming convention. $HOME/nsmail will be corrected so that every folder directory will end with the .sbd suffix and have a file with...
 flash(1) -- reprogram the flash PROM hardware on Origin and OCTANE machines
    flash allows a user to manage the flash PROMs on the IO and CPU boards of Origin systems, the base system board on OCTANE systems and CPU boards on the SGI Origin 3000 server series. Without options, the command flashes all appropriate boards on the machine with the PROM images found in /usr/cpu/firmware. Normally, flash is executed automatically during the installation of a new release of IRIX. A customer should rarely need to use it directly. You must have superuser privilege to use this comma...
 flashio(1) -- reprogram the flash PROM hardware on Everest-based machines
    flashio allows a user to manage the flash PROMs on the IO4 board of Everest-based high-end systems (the Challenge L/XL, PowerChallenge L/XL, Onyx L/XL, and PowerOnyx L/XL are all based on the Everest architecture). Normally, flashio is executed automatically during the installation of a new release of IRIX; as a result, a customer should rarely need to use it directly. flashio can perform two major tasks: it can alter the contents of the flash PROMs by transferring the contents of a file into th...
 flashmmsc(1) -- reprogram the MMSC on Origin2000 systems
    flashmmsc allows a user to manage the firmware installed on the multimodule system controller ("MMSC") of Origin2000 rack systems. Ordinarily, an MMSC is shipped with firmware pre-installed. The flashmmsc command is only needed by a customer for upgrades or emergency repairs of the MMSC firmware. There are several ways to use the flashmmsc command. In the first form, the flashmmsc command is assumed to be issued from a terminal that has access to one of the MMSC's associated with the system. ...
 flashpbay(1) -- FLASH update utility for SGI Server Power Bays
    The flashpbay utility updates FLASH memory in the power bay. The power bay flash memory contains the code for communicating status information to the L1 controller; it does not control the functional operation of the power bay. The power bay has two separate flash memories, only one of which is accessible for updating by the flashpbay utility. The power bay firmware that supports flashing resides in the inaccessible flash memory, so it is not possible to corrupt this memory during the flashing p...
 flashsc(1) -- FLASH update utility for SGI Server L1/L2 Controllers
    The flashsc utility updates FLASH memory in the L1 or L2 controllers. The FLASH memory in the SN1 L1 controller is divided into three areas: - a "bootstrap" image, which always executes at power-up - an "a" image, which is a copy of the full L1/L2 controller firmware - a "b" image, which is a copy of the full L1/L2 controller firmware Due to memory constraints, there is only one full L2 controller image in the L2 firmware. The second image is the image that is currently running in the L2'...
 flex(1) -- fast lexical analyzer generator
    flex is a tool for generating scanners: programs which recognized lexical patterns in text. flex reads the given input files, or its standard input if no file names are given, for a description of a scanner to generate. The description is in the form of pairs of regular expressions and C code, called rules. flex generates as output a C source file, lex.yy.c, which defines a routine yylex(). This file is compiled and linked with the -lfl library to produce an executable. When the executable is ru...
 FLtoPopDB(1) -- Converts filenames to serialized DNA.
    FLtoPopDB reads standard input, treating each line as a fully qualified pathname. If the file exists, then the filename is converted to the special format required by bgicons (serialized DNA), and written to the standard output. This is used with bgicons to put icons for specific applications on the desktop background by default.
 flushCache(1) -- remove all desktop type or layout cache entries
    In order to improve performance, the IRIX Interactive Desktop automatically maintains a cache of ftr types and layouts for all of the directories that are viewed with fm or dirview. The flushCache shell script can be used remove all directory-related cache files (the background, default, and URL layout files are not removed). Since /usr/lib/desktop/flushCache is a shell script, users can copy and modify it to suit their own particular needs....
 fm(1) -- graphical interface to file systems and URLs (IRIX Interactive Desktop)
    The IRIX Interactive Desktop file manager, fm, is a safe, easy, and attractive alternative to the IRIX shell for running applications and organizing information. Its deceptively simple user interface spares the user from many subtle and not-so-subtle pitfalls of working in raw IRIX shells. fm presents a graphical interface to manipulate the contents of a directory or URL. The icons on the background and the windows showing icons of directories or URL sites comprise the fm application. If fm is l...
 fmprefs(1) -- customization panel for directory view preferences
    The fmprefs customization panel allows the user to define a default layout for their directory views (dirviews). The file manager fm applies these settings when displaying a directory view for the first time. Three of the settings apply to all dirviews -- new and old, open and closed -- and are called Global Settings. The fmprefs panel can be launched from the toolchest (Desktop > Customize > Icon Views) or from a Unix shell command line. Like most other customization panels, the desktop panel h...
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