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 fmserv(1) -- desktop helper service
    fmserv is used by the IRIX Interactive Desktop to maintain correct folder state when multiple fm(1) processes are executing. fmserv also monitors for changes to the desktop file typing database and prompts the user to restart the desktop if a change occurs. fmserv is started and stopped automatically by the IRIX Interactive Desktop. Users should never run this command directly. For more information about the entire IRIX Interactive Desktop environment, see the IID(1) man page....
 fmt(1) -- simple text formatter
    Fmt is a simple text formatter which reads the concatenation of input files (or standard input if none are given) and produces on standard output a version of its input with lines as close to width characters long as possible. The spacing at the beginning of the input lines is preserved in the output, as are blank lines and interword spacing. The default width is 72 characters. Fmt is meant to format mail messages prior to sending, but may also be useful for other simple tasks. For instance, wit...
 fmtmsg(1) -- display a message on stderr or system console
    Based on a message's classification component, fmtmsg either writes a formatted message to stderr or writes a formatted message to the console. A formatted message consists of up to five standard components as defined below. The classification and subclass components are not displayed as part of the standard message, but rather define the source of the message and direct the display of the formatted message. The valid options are: -c class Describes the...
 fold(1) -- fold long lines for finite width output device
    Fold is a filter which will fold the contents of the specified files, or the standard input if no files are specified, breaking the lines to hav
 sysadm/formatRMedia(1) -- Formats removable media
    formatRMedia formats removable media with the following formats: XFS for SGI workstations, EFS for SGI workstations, HFS for Apple Macintosh computers, and FAT for MS DOS/Windows computers. It invokes mkfp to format HFS and FAT filesystems, and fx and mkfs to format EFS and XFS filesystems.
 fpck(1) -- check and repair either FAT (MSDOS) or HFS (MACINTOSH) filesystems
    fpck audits and repairs inconsistent conditions for filesystems. When fpck locates major filesystem structure destruction, such as critical sector damage or unrecoverable error, an error message is given. Otherwise, the user is notified with a warning message. The -t flag is required to designate a target filesystem. This utility supports two types of filesystem with four options. dos and fat are synonyms in representing MSDOS FAT filesystem while mac and hfs are synonyms in representing MACINTO...
 fpmode(1) -- run a command in specified floating point and/or memory mode
    fpmode executes command, forcing it to use the specified floating point exception and memory access mode. This is only meaningful on processors that support multiple modes. On these processors, the default mode is usually performance mode (also called imprecise exception mode) and nonsequential memory (nsmm) mode. On all other processors, the default is precise exception and sequential (smm) mode. The R8000 is the only processor which supports both a precise exception mode and a performance mode...
 fru(1) -- Field replacement unit analyzer for Challenge/Onyx systems
    fru is a hardware state analyzer that provides board replacement information based on system crash dumps. The output provided by fru displays what system boards, if any, are the most likely suspects that might have induced a hardware failure. fru can be run on any namelist and corefile specified on the command line. namelist contains symbol table information needed for symbolic access to the system memory image being examined. This will typically be the unix.N kernel copied into /var/adm/crash, ...
 fsck(1) -- check and repair filesystems for EFS
    fsck is applicable only to EFS filesystems. To repair XFS filesystems, see xfs_repair(1M). fsck audits and repairs inconsistent conditions for filesystems. You must have both read and write permission for the device containing the filesystem unless you give the -n flag, in which case only read permission is required. If the filesystem is inconsistent, you are normally prompted for concurrence before each correction is attempted. Most corrective actions result in some loss of data. The amount and...
 fsdb(1) -- filesystem debugger for EFS
    fsdb is applicable only to EFS filesystems. fsdb can be used to patch up a damaged filesystem after a crash. It has conversions to translate block and i-numbers into their corresponding disk addresses. Also included are mnemonic offsets to access different parts of an inode. These greatly simplify the process of correcting control block entries or descending the filesystem tree. Because fsdb reads the disk raw, it is able to circumvent normal filesystem security. It also bypasses the buffer cach...
 fsdump(1) -- file system dumper for rfindd for EFS and XFS
    fsdump is applicable to EFS and XFS filesystems. fsdump creates the dumpfile used by rfindd(1M) to respond to rfind(1) requests. The dumpfile contains: inode contents For each allocated inode in the file system mounted at directory, fsdump stores all the fields from the inode header, excluding the extent and reference count fields. directory contents For each directory in the file system that is readable by the user "rfindd", fsdump stores the inode numbers and filenames in that directory. Qui...
 fserv(1) -- provide file service for Desktop file transfers
    fserv assists in the transfer of files when IRIX Interactive Desktop icons are dragged from one machine to another. It is invoked automatically as part of the transfer; users should never run this command directly. For more information about the entire IRIX Interactive Desktop environment, see the IID(1) man page. PPPPaaaaggggeeee 1111
 X11/fsinfo(1) -- X font server information utility
    Fsinfo is a utility for displaying information about an X font server. It is used to examine the capabilities of a server, the predefined values for various parameters used in communicating between clients and the server, and the font catalogues and alternate servers that are available.
 X11/fslsfonts(1) -- list fonts served by X font server
    Fslsfonts lists the fonts that match the given pattern. The wildcard character "*" may be used to match any sequence of characters (including none), and "?" to match any single character. If no pattern is given, "*" is assumed. The "*" and "?" characters must be quoted to prevent them from being expanded by the shell.
 fsplit(1) -- split FORTRAN or RATFOR files
    fsplit splits the named file(s) into separate files, with one procedure per file. A procedure includes blockdata, function, main, program, and subroutine program segments. Procedure X is put in file X.f, X.r, or X.e depending on the language option chosen, with the following exceptions: main is put in the file MAIN.[efr] and unnamed blockdata segments in the files blockdataN.[efr] where N is a unique integer value for each file. The following options pertain: -f (default) Input files are FORTRAN...
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