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 linkstat(1) -- a Craylink monitoring tool
    linkstat reports on router link performance and error rates. It also reports error rates on the Hub chip Craylink network interface (NI) and I/O Interface (II) links.
 lint(1) -- a C program checker
    lint detects features of C program files which are likely to be bugs, non-portable, or wasteful. It also checks type usage more strictly than the compiler. lint issues error and warning messages. Among the things it detects are unreachable statements, loops not entered at the top, automatic variables declared and not used, and logical expressions whose value is constant. lint checks for functions that return values in some places and not in others, functions c...
 sysadm/listAllDiskFS(1) -- lists all filesystems on local disks
    listAllDiskFS checks all local fixed disks for filesystems, and for each filesystem found reports its partition type, filesystem type, size, free space, and mount directory, if any. This privcmd is used by the FilesystemManager which can't access the information directly because root privilege is required to read the disk header.
 listen(1) -- network listener port monitor
    The listen port monitor ``listens'' to a network for service requests, accepts requests when they arrive, and invokes servers in response to those service requests. The network listener process may be used with any connection-oriented network (more precisely, with any connectionoriented transport provider) that conforms to the Transport Interface (TLI) specification. The listener internally generates a pathname for the minor device for each connection; it is this pathname tha...
 sysadm/listPrinters(1) -- get list of printers from a remote system
    listPrinters is a privileged command that gets a list of printers which are connected to host-name. The list is written to standard output, one printer per line. listPrinters works by running /usr/lib/print/listprinters. listPrinters is a separate program because /usr/lib/print/listprinters must be run as root in order to work properly; listPrinters is used to grant users the "list printers" privilege....
 X11/listres(1) -- list resources in widgets (Internationalized version)
    The listres program generates a list of a widget's resource database. The class in which each resource is first defined, the instance and class name, and the type of each resource is listed. If no specific widgets or the -all switch are given, a two-column list of widget names and their class hierarchies is printed. This internationalized version listres uses the internationalized Athena Widget Set. And so it generates a list of the internationalized Widget....
 sysadm/listRootBackups(1) -- get the list of backups scheduled by the super-user
    listRootBackups is a privileged command that uses at(1M) and crontab(1M) to get information about backups which have been scheduled by the superuser. This is a privileged command because ordinary users cannot get information about the super-user's at and cron jobs. It is installed as a default privilege. The output format is one line per at backup consisting of the at identifier followed by the backup command, a blank line, and then one line per cron backup consisting of the cron line for that ...
 List_tape(1) -- list the contents of a given backup tape
    The List_tape command lists the contents of a system backup tape made with Backup(1), cpio(1), tar(1), or bru(1). If a tape drive attached to a remote host is used, the name of the remote host needs to be specified with the -h hostname option on the command line. For remote listing to successfully work, the user should have a TCP/IP network connection to the remote host and also have "guest" rsh privileges on that host. If the local or remote tape device is pointed to by a device file other th...
 lltune(1) -- Sends/receives lapb or llc2 tuning parameters to/from their respective drivers.
    lltune is a utility which either: o puts a set of lapb parameters to the lapb driver, o gets a set of lapb parameters from the lapb driver, o puts a set of llc2 parameters to the llc2 driver, or o gets a set of llc2 parameters from the llc2 driver. By default, a get operation is performed. These parameters are on a per-subnetwork basis and thus, the subnetwork identifier must be specified. The options used in lltune are the following: -s subnet_id subnet_id is the subnetwork to be referenced. -p...
 lmbasehostid(1) -- remove partition data from an lmhostid
    Given an lmhostid for an arbitrary partition, lmbasehostid will print the lmhostid for partition 0.
 lmcksum(1) -- print license checksums
    lmcksum will perform a checksum of a license file. This is useful to verify data entry errors at your location. lmcksum will print a line-byline checksum for the file as well as an overall file checksum. lmcksum takes the -k switch to force the encryption key checksum to be casesensitive. lmcksum will ignore all fields that do not enter into the encryption key computation; thus the server node name and port number, the vendor daemon and options file paths, and lowercase keyword=value pairs on FE...
 lmdiag(1) -- diagnostic checkout tool
    lmdiag diagnoses problems when license checkout fails. If no feature is specified, lmdiag will operate on all features in the license file(s) in your path. lmdiag will first print information about the license, then attempt to checkout each license. If the checkout succeeds, lmdiag will indicate this. If the checkout fails, lmdiag will give you the reason for the failure. The the failure is a failed connection to the server, you will have the option of running extended connection diagnostics....
 lmdown(1) -- graceful shutdown of all license daemons
    lmdown sends a message to every license daemon asking it to shut down. The license damons write out their last messages to the log file, close the file, and exit. All licenses which have been given out by those daemons will rescinded, so that the next time a client program goes to verify his license, it will not be valid. NOTE: In FLEXlm v2.4 and later, lmdown is either a link or a copy of the lmutil program. (On VMS, lmdown is still a separate program)....
 lmhostid(1) -- report the hostid of a system
    lmhostid calls the FLEXlm version of gethostid and displays the results. The output of lmhostid looks like this: lmhostid - Copyright (C) 1989, 1990 Highland Software, Inc. The FLEXlm host ID of this machine is "1200abcd"
 lmparthostids(1) -- generate lmhostids for all possible partitions
    When executed with an argument, lmparthostids will print the lmhostid for each possible partition of the current system. The optional sysid argument may be used to compute lmhostids for an arbitrary system.
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