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 init(1) -- process control initialization
    init init is a general process spawner. Its primary role is to create processes from information stored in an inittab file (see inittab(4)). The default inittab file used is /etc/inittab; other files can be specified using the INITTAB keyword in the system file (see system(4)). At any given time, the system is in one of eight poss...
 sysadm/initDisk(1) -- initializes disk and partitions is as an option disk
    initDisk invokes fx to initialize a disk and partition it as an option disk with all usable space in one partition, partition 7. It is essentially equivalent to performing the operation fx -x -c INITIALIZE on the indicated disk.
 inpcontrol(1) -- InPerson control tool
    inpcontrol is used as a command line interface to InPerson. It passes commands specified in the commandstring to InPerson. This is useful for applications that want to initiate InPerson calls, or for users who wish to create InPerson shortcuts.
 inperson(1) -- InPerson desktop conferencing for SGI workstations
    Please see the on-line InPerson User's Guide and the InPerson Setup and Administration Guide for detailed instructions on the use of this product. What follows is a brief summary.
 insightAdmin(1) -- The IRIS InSight Online Documentation Administration Utility
    The IRIS InSight Administration utility is used to assist in maintaining the libraries of books available to the IRIS InSight Viewer. This utility will rebuild the library-level index for any bookshelf specified on the invocation line, and will update the list of books for that particular bookshelf (booklist.txt). After the installation of any book, inst(1M) automatically runs this command over the necessary bookshelves. The only time an administrator needs to execute this command is if they hav...
 inst(1) -- software installation tool
    inst is the installation tool used to install, upgrade, or remove software distributed by Silicon Graphics. There are two ways to run inst: - Invoke inst as a command from the shell. This is known as invoking inst using IRIX Installation and you must be superuser to do this. Some software cannot be installed using IRIX Installation (Release Notes and inst itself warn you about this software) and some commands within inst cannot be performed when using IRIX Installation. This is due to system int...
 install(1) -- install files in directories
    Install copies regular files generated in a source tree into a target directory. It can also create directories, links and special files in a target directory. The target directory's pathname will be prefixed by the value of the ROOT environment variable. Install is most commonly invoked from makefiles (see make(1)). If the RAWIDB environment variable is set, install creates no files in target directories; instead, it appends records describing the files that it would have created to the instal...
 installf(1) -- add a file to the software installation database
    installf informs the system that a pathname not listed in the pkgmap file is being created or modified. It should be invoked before any file modifications have occurred. When the second synopsis is used, the pathname descriptions will be read from standard input. These descriptions are the same as would be given in the first synopsis but the information is given in the form of a list. (The descriptions should be in the form: pathname [ftype [[major minor...
 intro(1) -- introduction to commands, application programs, and programming commands.
    getopts(1), exec(2), exit(2), wait(2), getopt(3C).
 Inventor/inventor(1) -- a toolkit for writing 3d programs
    The Inventor 3d File Format is SGI's standard for 3d data. The format supports both an ASCII and private binary format. The binary format is network-neutral and thus can be exported across machine boundaries. Page 1 Release 6.5 August 1991
 ioconfig(1) -- configure I/O devices
    ioconfig assigns logical controller numbers to all devices in the I/O subsystem. It is run as a part of the /etc/bcheckrc startup script. ioconfig walks the /hw hardware graph tree and assigns a unique and persistent logical controller number to each physical device found. The options are: -d Enable debugging messages. -f starting_directory Specify the root of the hardware graph tree. ioconfig attempts to match each device found as it walks the /hw hardware graph tree with an entry in /etc/iocon...
 ipanel(1) -- customization panel for setting locale, timezone and keyboard
    ipanel allows the user to change the environment's international settings consisting of locale, keyboard layout, and timezone specification through a graphical user interface. Individual users' environments as well as the system default environment can be set by using ipanel. If the specified combination of the country and language does not exist as one of the defined locales in the system, ipanel will generate the appropriate customized co...
 ipaste(1) -- display an image
    ipaste is a utility that displays images stored using the image library "libimage.a". ipaste reads pixel values, image dimensions and other relevant data from the file imgfile via calls to the image library. ipaste then displays the image in a window. On machines with few bit planes, ipaste dithers the image. The -f option causes ipaste to run in the foreground. Normally, ipaste forks off a background process to display the image while the foreground process exits back to the command line. Wit...
 ipcrm(1) -- remove a message queue, semaphore set or shared memory id
    ipcrm will remove one or more specified messages, semaphore or shared memory identifiers. The identifiers are specified by the following options: -q msqid removes the message queue identifier msqid from the system and destroys the message queue and data structure associated with it. -m shmid removes the shared memory identifier shmid from the system. The shared memory segment and data structure associated with it are destroyed after the last detach. -s semid removes the semaphore identifier semi...
 ipcs(1) -- report inter-process communication facilities status
    ipcs prints certain information about active inter-process communication facilities for which the calling process has read access. Without options, information is printed in short format for message queues, shared memory, and semaphores that are currently active in the system. Otherwise, the information that is displayed is controlled by the following options: -q Print information about active message queues. -m Print information about active shared memory segments. -s Print information about ac...
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