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 X11/iceauth(1) -- ICE authority file utility
    The iceauth program is used to edit and display the authorization information used in connecting with ICE. This program is usually used to extract authorization records from one machine and merge them in on another (as is the case when using remote logins or granting access to other users). Commands (described below) may be entered interactively, on the iceauth command line, or in scripts.
 iconbooktocatalog(1) -- converts old iconbook pages to IRIX 6.5 format
    The command, iconbooktocatalog, is for use internally by iconcatalog. This program converts the pre-IRIX 6.3 format to post-IRIX 6.3 format. In IRIX 6.2 and earlier releases, an iconbook page is represented by a file and each line in the file represents an icon on that page. In IRIX 6.3 and later releases, an iconcatalog page is represented by a directory and each symbolic link in that directory is an icon on that page. There are user pages and system pages to be converted. The system pages are ...
 iconcatalog(1) -- pages on which to store any type of icon
    The iconcatalog (or iconbook) contains named pages which can store any type of icon, including files, folders, programs, printers, people, hosts, and tape and disk drives. Icons are stored in the catalog as references to the actual entities. If an icon is dragged onto an iconcatalog page, only a reference to the actual entity is kept on the page. With the default IndigoMagic color scheme, blue iconcatalog pages can be distinguished easily from green icon views. The "Make Reference" operation o...
 iconcatalogedit(1) -- alter contents of icon catalog pages
    iconcatalogedit modifies the contents of an existing iconcatalog(1) page by adding icons to it or removing icons from it. The icon to be added or removed is specified by the iconstring. Here is an example of a "File" iconstring: "Category:File Name:/usr/sbin/jot" The pagename is the string seen on the tabs at the bottom of the iconcatalog(1) window. For example, "Applications", "Collaboration", and "Demos" are all pagenames. A page is either a -syspage shared by...
 iconsmith(1) -- an interactive tool for editing polygon-based icons
    IconSmith is an interactive drawing editor for artwork created from twodimensional polygons. This artwork is used in file-typing rules to create icons for the IRIX 5.X and 6.X Indigo Magic Desktop and the 6.5 IRIX Interactive Desktop graphical user interface (see the IID(1G) reference page). The fftr(1) compiler and the older ftr(1) compiler combine this artwork with IRIX commands specified in file-typing rules to produce icons. See the fftr(1) reference page for full details. IconSmith data fil...
 iconv(1) -- code set conversion utility
    iconv converts the characters or sequences of characters in file from one code set to another and writes the results to standard output. Should no conversion exist for a particular character then it is converted to the underscore ' ' in the target code set. With the arguments fromcode and tocode identifying the input and output code sets, respectively iconv will data perform conversion. If no file argument is specified on the command line, iconv rea...
 icrash(1) -- IRIX system crash analysis utility
    icrash is a hands-on utility that generates detailed kernel information in an easy-to-read format. icrash also provides the ability to generate reports about system crash dumps created by savecore(1M). Depending on the type of system crash dump, icrash can create a unique report that contains information about what happened when the system crashed. icrash can be run on live systems or with any namelist and corefile specified on the command line. namelist contains symbol table information needed ...
 id(1) -- print the user name and ID, and group name and ID
    id displays the calling process's ID and name. It also displays the group ID and name. If the real and effective IDs do not match, both are printed. user The login name for which the information is to be reported. -a Report all the groups to which the invoking process belongs. -g Reports only the effective group ID, using the format "%u\n". -G Reports all different group IDs (effective, real and supplementary), using the format "%u\n". If there is more than one dis...
 idbg(1) -- kernel debugger print utility
    idbg allows the superuser to invoke a number of internal kernel routines that provide useful debugging information. The -r option provides a record of the output to the given file. The kernel routines are part of the idbg kernel module, which can be either dynamically loaded or statically configured into the kernel. The ml command can be used to dynamically load the idbg.o module into a running kernel without reconfiguring and rebooting the kernel: ml ld -i /var/...
 ident(1) -- identify RCS keyword strings in files
    ident searches for all instances of the pattern $keyword: text $ in the named files or, if no files are named, the standard input. These patterns are normally inserted automatically by the RCS command co(1), but can also be inserted manually. The option -q suppresses the warning given if there are no patterns in a file. The option -V prints ident's version number. ident works on text files as well as object files and dumps. For example, if the C program in f.c contains #include static...
 ieditor(1) -- a simple internationalized mouse-based text editor
    ieditor is a simple internationalized editor in which the mouse is used to cut, copy, and paste text, and to position the cursor. ieditor also allows the user to perform simple searches and replaces. ieditor accepts several standard X-style command-line arguments (listed above) whose default values can be initialized in your Foreground and background colors are set using the options of the same name. ieditor uses a font list --mincho-*--14-;7x14;*--14-* as default fonts. If you want to change fo...
 ifconfig(1) -- configure network interface parameters
    ifconfig is used to assign an address to a network interface and/or configure network interface parameters. ifconfig is invoked at boot time from /etc/init.d/network to define the network address of each interface present on a machine; you can also use it once the system is up to redefine an interface's address or other operating parameters. The interface parameter is a string of the form ``name unit'', for example, enp0. Using the -a option shows status for all interfaces on the machine. If ...
 IFL(1) -- configuring the Image Format Library runtime environment
    Two environment variables can be used to configure the global IFL environment. These environment variables are summarized in a table here and described in more detail below: Variable Default ______________________________________________ IFL_DATABASE /usr/lib/ifl/ifl_database LD_LIBRARY_PATH /usr/lib:/lib LD_LIBRARYN32_PATH /usr/lib32:/lib32 LD_LIBRARY64_PATH /usr/lib64:/lib64 The image file formats recognized by IFL are determined at runtime by searching for dynamic shared objects (DSOs) that c...
 iflabel(1) -- configure network interface attributes
    ***THIS COMMAND IS NOW OBSOLETE*** Trusted networking rule is no longer assigned to network interface, thus iflabel is obsolete. The rhost.conf database is used, it describes the default labels to use for networking to non-trusted hosts and the idiom of network label support used for trusted multi-label hosts. PPPPaaaaggggeeee 1111
 IID(1) -- the IRIX Interactive Desktop, SGI's graphical user interface (GUI)
    In IRIX 6.3 and later releases, screen-specific resources are kept in subdirectories under the $HOME/.desktop- directory named for the screen (for example, $HOME/.desktop-/0.0). These hold many of the 4Dwm resource files that in previous IRIX releases resided in the ./desktop- directory. Host-specific resources are kept under the $HOME/.desktophost directory. This is data that cannot be shared among hosts. Specific files and subdirectories of interest in each $HOME/...
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