*nix Documentation Project
·  Home
 +   man pages
·  Linux HOWTOs
·  FreeBSD Tips
·  *niX Forums

  man pages->IRIX man pages              
 kbdset(1) -- attach to kbd mapping tables, set modes
    The kbdset command is the normal user interface to the kbd STREAMS module. [See kbdcomp(1M) and kbd(7) for a general description of the module's capabilities.] kbdset allows users to attach to pre-loaded tables, detach from tables, and set options. Options are provided for setting hot-keys to toggle tables and for controlling modes of the module. Arguments and options are scanned and acted on in command line order. If th...
 kernprof(1) -- special executable for SpeedShop performance measurements on the unix kernel
    The kernprof executable allows kernel profiling information to be gathered. To use it, use the ssrun(1) command on the kernprof executable, specifying any of the experiments that are supported for the kernel. These experiments will generate a SpeedShop experiment named kernprof... The experiments describe themselves as being run on the program "/unix", and prof(1) can be used to process the data; the filename of the actual kernel for which the data was collected must to b...
 keyboard(1) -- customization panel for setting keyclick and key repeat
    keyboard allows users to set four keyboard parameters: key click sounds (on or off), key repeat (whether or not holding down a key causes a character to repeat), repeat speed (rate at which a depressed key will repeat characters), and repeat delay (amount of time to pass before a depressed key begins repeating characters). The panel can be launched from the toolchest (Desktop > Customize > Keyboard) or from a Unix shell command line. Like most other customization panels, the desktop panel has th...
 kill(1) -- terminate a process by default
    kill sends a signal to the specified processes. The value of signal may be numeric or symbolic [see signal(5)]. The symbolic signal name is the name as it appears in /usr/include/sys/signal.h, with the SIG prefix stripped off. Signal 15 (SIGTERM) is sent by default; this will normally kill processes that do not catch or ignore the signal. pid and pgid are unsigne...
 killall(1) -- kill named processes
    killall sends a signal to a set of processes or process groups specified by pname(s). It is similar to kill(1), except that it allows processes to be specified by name and has special options used by shutdown(1M). When no processes are specified, killall terminates all processes that are not in the same process group as the caller. This form is for use in shutting down the system and is only available to the superuser. The options to killall are: signal, -signal Specifies the signal number. The ...
 sysadm/killautofs(1) -- stop autofs deamon.
    Killautofs kills the autofs deamon. "chkconfig autofs off" is executed also.
 sysadm/killautomount(1) -- kill automount deamon.
    Killautomount kills the automount deamon. It tries to unmount the filesystems that are automounted and not busy. "chkconfig automount off" is executed also.
 X11/killxwnmo(1) -- kill the input manager xwnmo(1X).
    The killxwnmo requires termination of the input manager xwnmo. If the owner of killxwnmo process is not same as that of xwnmo process, that requirement will fail. And if more than zero client(s) is(are) connecting to xwnmo, that requirement will fail. But with -9 option, that requirement will success even if more than zero client(s) is(are) connecting to xwnmo. "SEE ALSO" xwnmo(1X)
 klogpp(1) -- kernel /dev/log post-processor
    The file /var/adm/klogpp is a kernel /dev/log post-processor. It reads from standard input, converts standard device name formats to include the mounted filesystem, and then writes to standard output. This program is usually invoked as a filter via /etc/syslogd.conf by syslogd(1M) to convert hex device numbers in kernel printfs to /dev names.
 kmem_debug(1) -- kernel memory debug module
    Zone memory consists of a number of zones of differing sizes. Since there is limited table space for zones, structures with sizes close to each other are lumped together in the same zone. For example, structures that have a size of 712 bytes may be put into the zone listed as size 768. In cases like this, you may need to know the exact size of the structure you wish to split when using kmem_split_zone. kmem_split_zone should not be used with kmem_make_zones_private_max and kmem_make_zones_privat...
 ksd(1) -- AppleShare file server
    Ksd is an AppleShare network file system server. It uses the K-Talk AppleTalk protocols to service file system requests from remote clients. The K-AShare server advertises its services with the Name Binding Protocol Daemon nbpd(1m) using the server-name specified (unless the -noddp argument is given). The server name may contain blanks, but it must then be quoted in the shell invocation. The boot-time invocation of the servers normally resides in the file /usr/etc/appletalk/services, which is us...
 ksd_msg(1) -- send a message to K-AShare users
    ksd_msg allows the administrator to send a message to all K-AShare users who have volumes mounted. The message will appear in a pop-up dialog box on each user's screen.
 ksd_restart(1) -- halt/restart the K-AShare daemon
    ksd_restart allows the administrator to shut down the KAShare server and, if desired, restart it. The script will query for a number of minutes before shutdown, and will allow the invoker to specify a custom message. The message will be sent to all K-AShare users with mounted volumes every minute until the shutdown, telling the reason for the shutdown, and the number of minutes until shutdown.
 kunarc(1) -- K-AShare AppleSingle/AppleDouble/BinHex/MacBinary converter
    These utility programs let the user convert between various Macintosh archival formats and the K-AShare file format. The supported archive formats are AppleSingle, AppleDouble, BinHex, CAP-AUFS 3.0, Helios Ethershare, MacBinary, TOPS (version 2 or later), and IPT uShare 4.1. These formats are used to encode Macintosh specific information (file type and creator, resource fork etc.) into one or more files that can be stored on non-Macintosh file systems. BinHex also encodes files into ASCII, so th...
 labelit(1) -- provide labels for file systems
    labelit can be used to provide labels for unmounted disk file systems or file systems being copied to tape. You must be superuser to run labelit . The -n option provides for initial labeling only (this destroys previous contents). With the optional arguments omitted, labelit prints current label values. The special name should be the physical disk section (e.g., /dev/dsk/dks0d1s0), or the a rewind tape device (e.g., /dev/tape). The device may not be on a remote machine. The fsname argument repre...
<<  [Prev]  18  19  20  21  22  23  24  25  26  27  28  29  30  31  32  33  34  35  36  37  38  
39  40  41  42  43  44  45  46  47  48  49  50  51  52  53  54  55  56  57  58  [Next]  >>
Copyright © 2004-2005 DeniX Solutions SRL
newsletter delivery service