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 unix(7) -- UNIX-domain protocol family
    The UNIX-domain protocol family is a collection of protocols that provides local (on-machine) interprocess communication through the normal socket(2) mechanisms. The UNIX-domain family supports the SOCK_STREAM and SOCK_DGRAM socket types and uses filesystem pathnames for addressing.
 usb(7) -- Irix USB subsystem
    The SGI USB implemtation is a partial implementation, intended to provide support for selected keyboards and mice (see usbinput(7)) for Onyx3. Currently there is no administrative command for individual device control, and there is no support for devices other than keyboard/mouse. Likewise, the usb infrastructure provides no published api for the implentation of new usb drivers. Only controllers conforming to the OpenHCI spec are supported....
 usbinput(7) -- Onyx3 usb keyboard and mouse input
    In order to minimize changes to application code, the usb keyboard and mouse driver convert usb usage codes to ps2 scan code sequences at the /dev/input[N]/keyboard devices. Likewise ps2 mouse codes are generated at /dev/input[N]/mouse. The entry points /dev/input/keyboard and /dev/input/mouse will always exist. If there is no corresponding physical device (ie. no keyboard and/or mouse with device id 0), the device will operate similar to /dev/null. If an application has the device open in this ...
 usema(7) -- software semaphore driver
    The usema driver is intended to be used only by the standard library spinlock and semaphore routines. Client programs should use these routines, rather than using usema directly.
 usrdma(7) -- User-Level DMA engine support interface.
    The special files associated with the user-level DMA engine support interface provide access to DMA engines via the library udmalib(3X). These files should not be accessed directly by a user. Currently, the only DMA engine supported is under VME on the Challenge/Onyx series. However, as more DMA engines become available for VME and other busses on other platforms, access will be provided through this interface....
 usrpci(7) -- Obsolete User level PCI Bus adapter interface.
    pciba PPPPaaaaggggeeee 1111
 usrvme(7) -- User level VME Bus adapter interface.
    "IRIX Device Driver Programmer's Guide" hinv(1M) MAKEDEV(1M) -- on Challenge and Onyx systems. PPPPaaaaggggeeee 2222
 vh(7) -- disk volume header
    /dev/rvh /dev/rdsk/*vh
 vino(7) -- on-board video input system for Indy
    VINO supports frame(field) capture that is decimated in both the X and Y directions. Decimation of sizes 1/2th, 1/3rd, 1/4th, 1/5th, 1/6th, 1/7th and 1/8th are supported, though the color quality suffers at the smaller ranges. To compensate for this limitation, the system software initiates a decimation conversion for values 1/4th, 1/6th and 1/8th by doing the first half of the decimation in hardware and the second half of the decimation in software. This affects the software overhead required f...
 xlv(7) -- logical volume disk driver
    XLV devices provide access to disk storage as logical volumes. A logical volume is an object that behaves like a disk partition, but its storage can span several physical disk devices. Using XLV, you can concatenate disks together to create larger logical volumes, stripe data across disks to create logical volumes with greater throughput, and plex (or mirror) disks for reliability. In addition, XLV enables you to change the configuration of volumes while the volume is actively being used as a fi...
 zero(7) -- source of zeroes
 nmbd.8(8) -- NetBIOS name server to provide NetBIOS over IP naming services to clients
    This program is part of the Samba suite. nmbd is a server that understands and can reply to NetBIOS over IP name service requests, like those produced by SMB/CIFS clients such as Windows 95/98/ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, and LanManager clients. It also participates in the browsing protocols which make up the Windows "Network Neighborhood" view. SMB/CIFS clients, when they start up, may wish to locate an SMB/CIFS server. That is, they wish to know what IP number a specified host is using. Amo...
 pdbedit.8(8) -- manage the SAM database
    This tool is part of the Samba suite. The pdbedit program is used to manage the users accounts stored in the sam database and can be run only by root. The pdbedit tool use the passdb modular interface and is independent from the kind of users database used (currently there are smbpasswd, ldap, nis+ and tdb based and more can be addedd without changing the tool). There are five main ways to use pdbedit: adding a user account, removing a user account, modifing a user account, listing user accounts...
 smbd.8(8) -- server to provide SMB/CIFS services to clients
    This program is part of the Samba suite. smbd is the server daemon that provides filesharing and printing services to Windows clients. The server provides filespace and printer services to clients using the SMB (or CIFS) protocol. This is compatible with the LanManager protocol, and can service LanManager clients. These include MSCLIENT 3.0 for DOS, Windows for Workgroups, Windows 95/98/ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, OS/2, DAVE for Macintosh, and smbfs for Linux. An extensive description of the s...
 smbpasswd.8(8) -- change a user's SMB password
    This tool is part of the Samba suite. The smbpasswd program has several different functions, depending on whether it is run by the root user or not. When run as a normal user it allows the user to change the password used for their SMB sessions on any machines that store SMB passwords. By default (when run with no arguments) it will attempt to change the current user's SMB password on the local machine. This is similar to the way the passwd(1) program works. smbpasswd differs from how the passw...
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