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 hash(1) -- remember or report utility locations
    The hash utility affects the way the current shell environment remembers the locations of utilities found as described in Command Search and Execution . Depending on the arguments specified, it adds utility locations to its list of remembered locations or it purges the contents of the list. When no arguments are specified, it reports on the contents of the list. Utilities provided as built-ins to the shell are not reported by hash....
 haven(1) -- use a GL program as the screen saver
    haven is an X screensaver client that manages a GL window as the screensaver. The pathname of the GL program to use and its argument list are specified as arguments to haven. haven has two algorithms that it can use to try to find the GL window. The -n option chooses a newer more robust algorithm. However, if it fails, the -o option is compatible with older versions of haven. The default is -n. When invoked with the -k option, haven attempts to kill any other screensaver that may be running and ...
 head(1) -- give first few lines
    This filter gives the first count lines of each of the specified files, or of the standard input. If count is omitted it defaults to 10.
 help(1) -- ask for help about SCCS error messages and commands
    Help finds information to explain a message from an SCCS command or explain the use of an SCCS command. Zero or more arguments may be supplied. If no arguments are given, help will prompt for one. The arguments may be either message numbers (which normally appear in parentheses following messages) or command names, of one of the following types: type 1 Begins with non-numerics, ends in numerics. The non-numeric prefix is usually an abbreviation for the program or set of routines which produced t...
 hinv(1) -- hardware inventory command
    hinv displays the contents of the system hardware inventory table. This table is created each time the system is booted and contains entries describing various pieces of hardware in the system. The items in the table include main memory size, cache sizes, floating point unit, and disk drives. Without arguments, the hinv command displays a one line description of each entry in the table. In addition, on some systems hinv can display manufacturing information such as board name, part number and ba...
 hostid(1) -- set or print identifier of current host system
    The hostid command with no arguments prints the identifier of the current host in hexadecimal. This numeric value is expected to be unique across all hosts and is commonly set to the host's Internet address. The super-user can set the host ID by giving an argument that is a hexadecimal value or a hostname. With the -h option, the argument must be a hostname. If the argument is a hostname, hostid sets the ID to the name's Internet address listed in /etc/hosts. Hostid sets the exit status to 0 i...
 sysadm/HostManager(1) -- Host Manager
    Managers display information about your system and provide access to interactive guides (also called tasks) that let you administer your system. For example, the User Manager displays a list of the user accounts currently on the system and gives you access to guides like "Add a User Account" and "Modify a User Account". In the 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 Host manager displays the local...
 hostname(1) -- set or print name of current host system
    Hostname prints the name of the current host. The -s option trims any domain information from the printed name. The super-user can set the hostname by supplying an argument; this is usually done in the system setup initialization script /etc/init.d/sysetup using the contents of /etc/sys_id. This setting persists only until the next reboot when the startup procedure will once again initialize the hostname with the contents of the above file. To permanently change this value change the contents of...
 hot-convert(1) -- Utility to convert Mosaic hotlists
    When invoked with no arguments, hot-convert will convert NCSA Mosaic hotlist entries found in $HOME/.mosaic-hotlist-default.html into Netscape Navigator booksmarks and append them to $HOME/.MCOM-bookmarks.html If input-file is specified, then the NCSA hotlist is read from that file. If you want to save the Netscape bookmarks in another location, then you must also specify output-file as the destination file for the bookmarks....
 hotfd(1) -- hot folder daemon
    The hotfd program monitors any hot folders configured on the system. When files appear in the folders, it submits them via the local printing system to the appropriate printer. One daemon monitors all of the folders on a single machine. Hot folders are controled by a configuration file, and are usually created with the Xinet GUI. Hotfd runs as a daemon in the background unless one of the debug options is given. The configuration file consists of a series of text lines specifying the directory to...
 hpsnmpd(1) -- SNMP HP-UX MIB subagent
    hpsnmpd is a daemon for the Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) as specified in Internet RFC 1157, and supports a subset of the HP-UX enterprise MIB. The daemon, called the SNMP agent, can be configured to run from the network startup script at boot time by the command chkconfig snmpd on or started from the command line. You must be superuser (root) to run hpsnmpd. Hpsnmpd acts as a subagent to the SGI master agent snmpd or the Peer networks encapsulator peer_encaps. The hpsnmpd subagent m...
 htmake(1) -- create a web site from a source document tree
    htmake is a "site compiler." It creates a World Wide Web site (composed of several hypertext documents and related objects (e.g., graphics) from a source tree (expressed as a directory hierarchy). Pre-requisites to using htmake are: 1. a server supporting NCSA-compliant Server-Side Includes ("includes"); and 2. a Netscape-style frames- and JavaScript-capable browser/client/user-agent (such as Netscape 2.1). Includes (including `execs') must be enabled in the site's target directory. You ca...
 htsmall(1) -- create an index for a web site from a data definition
    htsmall is a simple "web site compiler." It provides a subset of the functionality found in the htmake site compiler (see htmake(1)). htsmall reads a source directory (the current working directory if not specified on the command line) and generates a single page in the destination directory. htsmall also copies all necessary files within the source directory to the destination directory. The generated page is a simple index, useful for the top level of a web site. The index is structured as a...
 hyperpipeinfo(1) -- display information about hyperpipe connection
    hyperpipeinfo Issues a glx query and displays information about pipes on hyperpipe network.
 ical(1) -- calendar
    ical is a calendar for use as a desk accessory. It displays one month at a time. Each click of the middle mouse button advances the month. Each click of the left mouse button makes the month go back by one. PPPPaaaaggggeeee 1111
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