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 hostname(5) -- hostname resolution description
    Hostnames (and usernames) must be encoded in ASCII.
 iconv(5) -- code set conversion tables
    For the conversion of ISO 646de to ISO 8859-1 all characters not in the following table are mapped unchanged. Page 1 iconv(5) iconv(5) _________________________ |Conversions Performed | |_______________________| |ISO 646de | ISO 8859-1 | |__________|____________| |100 | 247 | |133 | 304 | |134 | 326 | |135 | 334 | |173 | 344 | |174 | 366 | |175 | 374 | |176 | 337 | |__________|____________|
 intro(5) -- introduction to miscellany
 ipa(5) -- Inter-Procedural Analysis
    IPA is controlled from the command line with two option groups. -INLINE:... controls inlining by the standalone inliner. It should be used on your compile command line. -IPA:... controls general IPA choices. If you use separate compile and link steps (i.e. using -c when you compile and then linking the .o files produced with a separate cc(1), f77(1), or ld(1) command), then you need to use -IPA for the compile step, with or without individual options described below, and also for the link step w...
 langinfo(5) -- language information constants
    This header file contains the constants used to identify items of langinfo data. The mode of items is given in nl_types(5). DAY_1 Locale's equivalent of ``sunday'' DAY_2 Locale's equivalent of ``monday'' DAY_3 Locale's equivalent of ``tuesday'' DAY_4 Locale's equivalent of ``wednesday'' DAY_5 Locale's equivalent of ``thursday'' DAY_6 Locale's equivalent of ``friday...
 libelfutil(5) -- library for xlate sections and leb128 numbers.
    This library is a collection of functions which are perhaps best thought of as three groups: the xlate functions used to create and access the .MIPS.xlate and related sections, the leb128 functions, and a disassembly function (undocumented). The following is a description of the xlate routines. The xlate routines are used to create and access addresses translation data as described in xlate(4). Calls used to create address translation data are called "producer" calls. Calls used to create appl...
 license.dat(5) -- license configuration file for FLEXlm licensed applications
    A license file consists of the following sections: Optional license-server section, with information about node where the SERVER (or redundant SERVERs) are running, along with a list of all vendor-specific DAEMON(s) that the SERVER needs to run. This section is required if any features are counted. Features section, consisting of any combination of FEATURE, INCREMENT, UPGRADE, USE_SERVER or PACKAGE lines. This section is required. Optional FEATURESET section, consisting of at most one FEATURESET...
 license.options(5) -- site administrator options file for FLEXlm licensed applications
    The license.opt file contains optional information supplied by the system administrator at the end-user site. This information can be used to tailor the behavior of the license daemons. The options file can contain the following information: reserved license information logfile control options license timeout control license access control Lines beginning with an pound sign (#) are ignored, and can be used as comments. In version 4.0, the maximum length for a line is 2048 characters with backsla...
 lmhosts.5(5) -- The Samba NetBIOS hosts file
    This file is part of the Samba suite. lmhosts is the Samba NetBIOS name to IP address mapping file. It is very similar to the /etc/hosts file format, except that the hostname component must correspond to the NetBIOS naming format.
 lno(5) -- Compiler loop nest optimization option group
    IRIX systems
 migration(5) -- dynamic memory migration
 mips2(5) -- MIPS2 architecture extensions and the -mips2 compiler option
    The MIPS R4000 processor contains many instruction set extensions to the MIPS1 instruction set that was defined by the MIPS R2000/R3000. A subset of these instruction set extensions defines the MIPS2 instruction set and is accessible with the -mips2 option. The MIPS3 instruction set includes the remaining extensions and is described in mips3(5). The -mips2 option is supported when compiling C, C++, Fortran, Pascal or Assembly language source files. It instructs the code generation phase to gener...
 mips3(5) -- MIPS3 architecture extensions and the -mips3 compiler option
    The MIPS3 extensions to the MIPS instruction set, introduced in the R4000 processors, are primarily to support 64-bit addresses and arithmetic and a larger floating point register set. The 64-bit addressing features are only supported on machines running a 64-bit kernel. The 64-bit arithmetic features are supported on all machines running IRIX 6.2 and later releases (R4K and later CPUs). The MIPS3 instruction set extensions provide the following features: o 64-bit integer registers, with a compl...
 mips4(5) -- MIPS4 architecture extensions and the -mips4 compiler option
    The MIPS4 instruction set extensions consist of a backward compatible superset of the MIPS3 instruction set. The MIPS4 extensions are intended primarily to provide better performance in floating point numeric processing. These features are currently supported under IRIX 6.2 and later releases running on machines with the R8000, R10000, or R5000 microprocessors. The MIPS4 instruction set extensions provide the following features: o A new set of multiply-add instructions takes advantage of the fac...
 miser(5) -- The Miser Resource Manager
    miser(1), miser_submit(1), miser(4), miser_jinfo(1), miser_qinfo(1), miser_move(1), miser_reset(1). PPPPaaaaggggeeee 2222
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