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 ftr2mime(1) -- utility to generate mailcap and mime.type files from ftrs
    ftr2mime is a utility used to generate mailcap and mime.type files from the file typing rules. This tool is now used to update the files, whenever new software is installed on the system, or whenever the FTR databases are updated. By default it looks in the desktop FTR database, /usr/lib/filetype/desktop.otr for generating the MIME type information. Users can also specify a different database with the -d option. If the output file option, -o is not given, this tool prints the information onto th...
 fuser(1) -- identify processes using a file or file structure
    fuser outputs the process IDs of the processes that are using the files specified as arguments. Each process ID is followed by one of these letter codes, which identify how the process is using the file: c As its current directory. r As its root directory, which was set up by the chroot(1M) command. o As an open file. t As its text file. m As a mapped file, requested by mmap(2) or exec(2) in the case of dynamic shared librar...
 fwtmp(1) -- manipulate connect accounting records
    fwtmp reads from the standard input and writes to the standard output, converting binary records of the type found in /var/adm/wtmp to formatted ASCII records. The ASCII version is useful when it is necessary to edit bad records. The argument -ic is used to denote that input is in ASCII form and that output is to be written in binary form. wtmpfix examines the standard input or named files in utmp....
 fx(1) -- disk utility
    fx is an interactive, menu-driven disk utility. It detects and maps out bad blocks on a disk. It also displays information stored on the label of the disk, including partition sizes, disk drive parameters, and the volume directory. An expert mode, available by invoking with the -x flag, provides additional functions normally used during factory set-up or servicing of disks, such as formatting the disk and creating or modifying the disk label or drive parameters. Warning: Unless you are very fami...
 gated(1) -- gateway routing daemon
    Gated is a routing daemon that handles multiple routing protocols and replaces routed(1M), egpup(1M), and any routing daemon that speaks the HELLO routing protocol. Gated currently handles the RIP, EGP, and HELLO routing protocols. Gated can be configured to perform all routing protocols or any combination of the three. The configuration for gated is stored in the file /usr/etc/gated.conf. COMMAND LINE TRACING OPTIONS Gated can be invoked with a number of tracing flags and/or a log file. Tracing...
 gateway(1) -- Internet Gateway administration tool
    /usr/OnRamp/* support libraries and files /usr/WebFace/* CGI source documents /usr/ns-home/httpd-gateway/* gateway web server Page 2 GATEWAY(1) GATEWAY(1)
 gclear(1) -- clear IRIS graphics screen
    Gclear clears every visible bit of every pixel on the entire IRIS graphics screen. PPPPaaaaggggeeee 1111
 gencat(1) -- generate a formatted message catalogue
    The gencat utility merges the message text source file(s) msgfile into a formatted message database catfile. The database catfile will be created if it does not already exist. If catfile does exist its messages will be included in the new catfile. If set and message numbers collide, the new message text defined in msgfile will replace the old message text currently contained in catfile. The message text source file (or set of files) input to gencat can contain...
 genDeviceIcons(1) -- generates serialized DNA for devices
    The genDeviceIcons program is used to create IRIX Interactive Desktop device icons on the desktop background. It is used in conjuction with the bgicons program. The genDeviceIcons program is run automatically from the /var/X11/xdm/Xsession.dt file when the user logs in, and is not intended to be run directly by end users. genDeviceIcons reads the inputfile to determine which devices to look for. If the device is present on the system, then serialized DNA for the device is written to the standard...
 gendist(1) -- generate a software distribution
    Gendist generates the primary components for software products. These are the product descriptor, the product idb, and the images. The required input is a tree containing all of the files to be shipped, a master idb containing a description of each file or directory to be included in the product, and a distribution specification (spec) file that describes the product structure. Gendist reads the distribution specification file and generates products as defined in that file. For each product, the...
 genperm(1) -- generate /etc/uucp/Permissions
    genperm is a simple script that constructs a somewhat restrictive /etc/uucp/Permissions file. By default, it creates a file that allows any remote system to use the name nuucp. Each remote system is allowed to use any of several services. Systems with login names not of the form Uremote where remote is the UUCP name of the system are accommodated by editing the script. This is most commonly necessary when the remote system name is long....
 get(1) -- get a version of an SCCS file
    get generates an ASCII text file from each named SCCS file according to the specifications given by its keyletter arguments, which begin with -. The arguments may be specified in any order, but all keyletter arguments apply to all named SCCS files. If a directory is named, get behaves as though each file in the directory were specified as a named file, except that non-SCCS files (last component of the path name does not begin with s.) and unreadable files are silently ignored. If a name of - is ...
 getabi(1) -- determine which ABI to use
    getabi is used to determine whether to use the 32-bit ABI (abi32) or the 64-bit ABI (abi64). It returns the ABI enumeration values as defined in /usr/include/getabi.h, and writes the new args list on standard output. First it checks the args for "-32" or "-64". If neither of these is given, then it checks the args for a "-mips[1-4]" option. Mips 1 and 2 imply abi32 while mips 3 and 4 imply abi64. If none of the args options specify the abi, then we check the SGI_ABI environment variable, w...
 sysadm/getallpppinisdn(1) -- get all PPP incoming ISDN entries
    getallpppinisdn returns all the valid PPP incoming ISDN entries by reading the /etc/ppp.conf and /etc/passwd file. When the command is completed, it writes a status code to stdout then followed by the number of entries found and the name of each entry.
 sysadm/getallpppinmodem(1) -- get all PPP incoming modem entries
    getallpppinmodem returns all the valid PPP incoming modem entries by reading the /etc/ppp.conf and /etc/passwd file. When the command is completed, it writes a status code to stdout then followed by the number of entries found and the name of each entry.
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