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 mdbm_remove(1) -- invalidate and remove mdbm files
    mdbm_remove will perform mdbm_invalidate and unlink on the listed files. mdbm_remove will NOT remove files that are not mdbm databases. This command is needed to remove any mdbm file where there may be a process that has opened the mdbm file. The mdbm_invalidate call will cause any process to close the mdbm file on their next access.
 dmedia/mediaconvert(1) -- digital media file conversion tool
    mediaconvert is a graphical tool for converting between different audio, image, and movie file formats. Internally, mediaconvert invokes the command-line conversion utility dmconvert(1). -b Causes mediaconvert to print status and debug information. This includes the command-line that is used to invoke dmconvert(1). mediaconvert, formerly called moviemaster, replaces the soundfiler and movieconvert tools that shipped in previous releases. It provides a superset of the file conversion functionalit...
 mediad(1) -- removable media daemon
    mediad is a daemon that monitors the removable media devices on a system. When media is inserted, mediad scans the media for filesystems and mounts them. When a user issues the eject command, eject sends mediad a message, and mediad dismounts the filesystems and ejects the media. N.B.: Because data corruption and loss will occur if media is forcibly removed without unmounting any filesystems present on the media, always eject disk media using either the eject command or the Eject selection in th...
 dmedia/mediarecorder(1) -- record movies, still images, or audio files
    mediarecorder is a graphical tool to record digital media files from the camera, microphone, external video and audio hardware, and workstation screen. To supplement the discussion below, you may wish to consult the online help, accessible from the Help menu within the tool. mediarecorder records three different types of files: movie files (such as QuickTime), still image files (such as TIFF, JFIF or GIF), and audio files (such as AIFF/AIFC). You can record movie or still image files from the sy...
 memleak(1) -- IRIX system memory leak utility
    memleak is a utility that generates a report describing possible memory leaks in the operating system. It is intended to be used only by those involved in writing and debugging device drivers or other parts of the kernel. There are times when zone memory growth is normal. Someone involved with writing and debugging kernel or device driver modules will know when the growth is normal. namelist contains symbol table information needed for symbolic access to the system memory image being examined. T...
 dmedia/memtovid(1) -- Video Library single frame output tool
    -f Name of input file containing image data. -h Display a usage message -o The node number of the video drain node you wish to use. -v The node number of the memory source node you wish to use. -n Number of images to be read in from disk and sent to video output. -F Use filter when converting rgb to yuv -c Center image in video output. -t Wait for external trigger before sending image to video output. -p Pause for user response after sending each image to outp...
 merge(1) -- three-way file merge
    merge incorporates all changes that lead from file2 to file3 into file1. The result goes to standard output if -p is present, into file1 otherwise. merge is useful for combining separate changes to an original. Suppose file2 is the original, and both file1 and file3 are modifications of file2. Then merge combines both changes. A conflict occurs if both file1 and file3 have changes in a common segment of lines. If a conflict is found, merge normally outputs a warning and brackets the conflict wit...
 mergeOPTIONS(1) -- merge in PostScript options
    The mergeOPTIONS program accepts data from stdin (or a single optional file) and sends it to stdout. Its primary purpose is to merge queue or user-specific PostScript options into the postscript stream. In addition, in many types of printers, mergeOPTIONS is responsible for performing accounting and performance timing. The flags are defined as follows: -u specifies the user who sent the job. This determines what printer-specific options are sent when the job originates on Unix. -p specifies the ...
 mesg(1) -- permit or deny messages
    mesg with argument n forbids messages via write(1) , talk or other utilities by revoking non-user write permission on the user's terminal. The terminal affected is determined by searching for the first terminal in the sequence of devices associated with standard input, standard output and standard error, respectively. mesg with argument y reinstates permission. All by itself, mesg reports the current state without changing it. Processes with appropriate privileges may be able to send messages t...
 dmedia/midikeys(1) -- 3D graphical MIDI keyboard controller
    midikeys provides a 3D graphical MIDI keyboard controller interface used to transmit events to an external MIDI device or the internal software MIDI synthesizer. The MIDI Controllers panel is used to transmit a plethora of MIDI controllers and monitor incoming data. MIDI note data is transmitted by clicking the mouse on the music keyboard or pressing the computer keyboard keys. See the OnLine book for the computer keyboard to note mapping scheme. The position of the mouse button click controls t...
 dmedia/midisynth(1) -- software MIDI synthesizer
    midisynth is a program which listens on the MIDI input port and generates sounds in real time in response to MIDI events. midisynth has the following command-line options, most with a short and long form as indicated: -h help Print list of options. -a allMIDI Listen to all MIDI inputs. Default is to listen to only the 'Software Synth' port. -bank Use as the default GM preset bank. Default is /usr/share/data/sounds/synth/presets/GeneralMIDI_SoundSetLevel1 -chans N Open an ...
 mipscheck(1) -- Examines binaries for instruction sequences
    IRIX systems
 miser(1) -- Miser resource manager
    Miser starts the miser daemon. Miser is a deterministic batch scheduling facility that can be used to balance batch and interactive cpu and memory usage.
 miser_jinfo(1) -- query miser about the schedule/description of a submitted job
    The miser_jinfo command is used to query the schedule/description of a job that has already been scheduled by miser(1) If the specified job exists and miser(1) is running, miser_jinfo will return the schedule in the same format as miser_submit(1).
 miser_kill(1) -- kill a miser job
    The miser_kill command is used to terminate a miser job. The command sends a SIGKILL to the job and all it's children. Upon termination of the job, the reserved resources are freed immediately. A miser job that is killed using other mechanisms, may not properly cleanup all it's children and/or the committed resources.
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