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 iiv(1) -- The IRIS InSight Online Documentation (Book) Viewer
    The IRIS InSight Viewer is an online information retrieval system. This viewer provides an easy-to-use interface which allows the user to search and browse through online information that is distributed from Silicon Graphics.
 IL(1) -- configuring the ImageVision Library runtime environment
    A set of environment variables can be used to configure the global IL environment. In particular, the file format, multi-processing, graphics hardware acceleration, caching capabilities and monitoring functions of the IL can be controlled using these variables. The environment variables are summarized in a table here and describe in more detail below: Variable Default ____________________________________________ IL_ARENA_MAXUSERS 40 IL_CACHE_FRACTION .3 IL_CACHE_SIZE use cache fraction IL_COMPUT...
 ilptops(1) -- convert a text file into a PostScript file
    ilptops converts a text file into a PostScript file for printing on an Apple LaserWriter, or any other PostScript-compatible output device. It supports selection of a variety of fonts at arbitrary point sizes, margin specification, portrait and landscape page orientation, automatic page numbering, page outlining, and multi-column printing. It is similar to ilptops (1) except that it processes supplementary code set characters according to the locale specified in the LC_CTYPE environment variable...
 imagetops(1) -- convert image file to printable PostScript
    The program imagetops produces a printable PostScript version of the image filename on standard output. It will be able to read all image formats that the psfiletype(1) program labels as ``image'' or ``eps.''
 imdmonitor(1) -- daemon that monitors filesystems and launches alerts
    imdmonitor runs in the background and monitors available space on mounted filesystems and requests for message alerts from the sysmon(1M) facility. When it detects a condition requiring a graphical alert notifier, it uses fork(2) to launch a new process to post the notifier. The /usr/lib/sysmon/errhook program posts the notifier. imdmonitor is launched at login from the /var/X11/xdm/Xsession.dt script. It is not intended to be run directly by end users. It establishes a connection to the X serve...
 imgcopy(1) -- copy and convert image file
    imgcopy allows image files with formats supported by the ImageVision Library to be copied and converted to other supported formats. The following command line options are allowed: -fformat Specifies the file format to convert to. By default the output image file format is based on the file name extension. If the extension is not of a known type, then the default file format will be used (usually TIFF). The supported file formats depend on what ImageVision file formats have been installed; if an ...
 imged(1) -- small image editor
    imged is a pixel-based editor for making changes to image files stored in the SGI imglib format. Images may be stored in colormap, RGB, or greyscale format. imged may also be used to create a new colormap or RGB image by specifying an X and Y size on the command line. If the -rgb flag is given, the new image is created as RGB, otherwise it is created as a colormap image. New images are initialized with a solid grey background. The imged window contains a scaled representation of the image being ...
 imgformats(1) -- list supported image file formats
    imgformats prints a list of the formats currently supported by the Image Format Library and tools that use that library.
 imginfo(1) -- obtain information about image files
    imginfo prints information about image files with formats supported by the ImageVision Library. The information includes: image dimensions in pixels, page size, data type, dimension order, color model, minimum and maximum pixel values, file format, data compression and image description if available. The following command line options are allowed: -gui Runs in a graphical user interface mode that shows the information in a separate window, along with a reduced view of the image data. In this mod...
 imgtcl(1) -- tcl-based scripting shell for the IL
    The imgtcl shell provides a tcl-based scripting interface to the IL. IL operators and image files can be created, linked together, and displayed in an ilViewer or ilDisplay object. Most of the IL's classes can be be created and manipulated within imgtcl; multi-dimensional arrays can also be allocated (usually to be used as parameters to an IL function.)
 imgview(1) -- displays image files
    imgview allows multiple image files to be displayed. Only image files with formats supported by the Image File Library (IFL) and that are installed, can be displayed. Use the imgformats command to determine which file formats are currently supported. The following command line options are allowed: -compare Tells the tool to display all images on the command line in a single window instead of in separate windows. The images will be stacked one on top of the other with the last file specified on t...
 imgworks(1) -- visual tool for enhancing image files
    imgworks is a visual tool for altering and enhancing color and monochrome images. imgworks provides a graphical user interface that shows the effect of each operation as it is performed. Additionally, you can undo or redo a series of operations. You can use imgworks to manipulate images in the following ways: flipping, resizing, cropping, and rotating them; converting color to monochrome; creating photographic negatives; adjusting brightness, contrast, and color balance; thresholding and posteri...
 inetd(1) -- Internet ``super-server''
    When inetd is started at boot time by /etc/init.d/network, it reads its configuration information from the /etc/inetd.conf and listens for connections on certain internet sockets. When a connection is found on one of its sockets, it decides what service the socket corresponds to, and invokes a program to service the request. After the program is finished, it continues to listen on the socket (except in some cases which will be described below). Essentially, inetd allows running one daemon to inv...
 infocmp(1) -- compare or print out terminfo descriptions
    infocmp can be used to compare a binary terminfo entry with other terminfo entries, rewrite a terminfo description to take advantage of the use= terminfo field, or print out a terminfo description from the binary file (term) in a variety of formats. In all cases, the boolean fields will be printed first, followed by the numeric fields, followed by the string fields....
 inform(1) -- display a message in a window
    inform opens up a window on the graphics console containing the text and a Continue button. If the mouse is clicked in the Continue button, the window will go away.
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