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 mkfs(1) -- construct a filesystem
    mkfs constructs a filesystem by writing on the special file given as one of the command line arguments. The filesystem constructed is either an EFS filesystem or an XFS filesystem depending on the arguments given. mkfs constructs EFS filesystems by executing mkfs_efs(1M); XFS filesystems are constructed by executing mkfs_xfs(1M). The filesystem type chosen can be forced with the -t option (also spelled -F). If one of those options is not given, mkfs determines which filesystem type to construct ...
 sysadm/mkfsXfs(1) -- calls mkfs_xfs to create an xfs filesystem
    mkfsXfs is a wrapper around mkfs_xfs that facilitates granting access to it as a privileged command. It makes an xfs filesystem on the given device. The details of the other parameters are the same as for mkfs_xfs.
 mkfs_efs(1) -- construct an EFS filesystem
    mkfs_efs constructs a filesystem by writing on the special file using the values found in the remaining arguments of the command line. Normally mkfs_efs prints the parameters of the filesystem to be constructed; the -q flag suppresses this. If the -i flag is given, mkfs_efs asks for confirmation after displaying the parameters of the filesystem to be constructed. In it's simplest (and most commonly used form), the size of the filesystem is determined from the disk driver. As an example, to make...
 mkfs_xfs(1) -- construct an XFS filesystem
    mkfs_xfs constructs an XFS filesystem by writing on a special file using the values found in the arguments of the command line. It is invoked automatically by mkfs(1M) when mkfs is given the -t xfs option, options that are specific to XFS, or no options that are specific to EFS. In its simplest (and most commonly used form), the size of the filesystem is determined from the disk driver. As an example, to make a filesystem on partition 7 (all of the useable portion of an option drive, normally) o...
 mkmsgs(1) -- create message files for use by gettxt
    The mkmsgs utility is used to create a file of text strings that can be accessed using the text retrieval tools [see gettxt(1), srchtxt(1), exstr(1), and gettxt(3C)]. It will take as input a file of text strings for a particular geographic locale [see setlocale(3C)] and create a file of text strings in a format that can be retrieved by both gettxt(1) and ge...
 mknetpr(1) -- provide access to a remote printer
    mknetpr provides access on a local machine to a printer that is connected to a networked remote machine. mknetpr can be run either interactively or in batch mode. mknetpr will run interactively if any or all of its command line arguments have not been specified. If run interactively mknetpr will first query the user and display: Spool files: 1. To another SGI workstation? 2. A printer connected to a non-SGI workstation that supports the BSD printing protocols (files will be converted to PostScri...
 mknod(1) -- build special file or named pipe (FIFO)
    mknod makes a directory entry and corresponding inode for a special file or named pipe. The first argument is the name of the entry to create. In the first form of the command, the second argument is b if the special file describes a block device (disks, tape) or c if it is a character device (for example, a tty line). The last two arguments are numbers specifying the major device number and the minor device number (for example, the unit, drive, or line number). They may be either decimal or oct...
 mkpart(1) -- Partition Configuration Tool for Origin
    mkpart is the partition administration tool for the Origin 3000 series of servers. It provides the System Administrator with capabilities to list current partitions, re-configure the system into multiple partitions, and to re-initialize, or unpartition, the system. You must have superuser privilege to use this command. If the system is configured as CAP_NO_SUPERUSER, you must have effective capabilities of CAP_SHUTDOWN, CAP_DEVICE_MGT and CAP_SYSINFO_MGT. All the affected partitions have to be r...
 mkserialpr(1) -- install a serial interface System V printer
    mkserialpr installs a printer with a serial interface for use with the System V printer spooling system. mkserialpr is an interactive installation program that will display available options and prompt for the relevant installation parameters. You must be root to execute mkserialpr. The program first asks for the name you wish to give the printer. This name must be no more than fourteen characters. See lpadmin(1M) for more information on naming printers. After entering a name for the printer, th...
 mkstr(1) -- create an error message file by massaging C source
    Mkstr is used to create files of error messages. Its use can make programs with large numbers of error diagnostics much smaller, and reduce system overhead in running the program as the error messages do not have to be constantly swapped in and out. Mkstr will process each of the specified files, placing a massaged version of the input file in a file whose name consists of the specified prefix and the original name. To process the error messages in the source to the message file mkstr keys on th...
 ml(1) -- load dynamic kernel modules
    The ml command provides a means of loading and unloading dynamic kernel modules. The first argument to ml specifies its action from one of the following: list, load, unload, register, unregister. With no options, ml acts as if it were invoked as ml list -b. The ld, unld, reg, and unreg options are available only to the superuser. If successful, the ml command executes silently, unless the -v option is specified. ml list provides a list of modules that are currently known by the kernel. The follo...
 mmail2nsmail(1) -- copy mail folders to Netscape Messenger location
    mmail2nsmail copies files and directories from a specified folder directory ($HOME/Mail unless the user changes this when prompted) to $HOME/nsmail, where Netscape Messenger expects folders to reside when using Movemail. mmail2nsmail does not alter or delete any files in the original folder directory. If the folder already exists in $HOME/nsmail, the folder will not be copied over and a message will be displayed. Files in detach.dir and index.dir directories will not be copied over. If there are...
 mmscd(1) -- communicates with MMSC (including front panel display) on Origin2000 and Onyx2 rack systems
    mmscd is a daemon run by /etc/rc2.d/S33sn0start. It handles all necessary communications with an Origin2000 system's Multi-Module System Controller (MMSC). An MMSC is usually connected to systems composed of more than one module (one or more racks). The MMSC controls power sequencing and fan speed, monitors system sensors, and drives the LCD front panel. mmscd works with the MMSC to run the CPU activity meter on the front panel, perform controlled normal or emergency system shutdowns, and handl...
 mntproc(1) -- mount the /proc filesystem
    This command mounts the /proc filesystem. /proc is the new name for the /debug filesystem. See proc(4) for a detailed description of the /proc filesystem. This filesystem is mounted at system boot time by the brc(1M) startup script. /proc should never be unmounted. The system automatically unmounts the /proc filesystem during a reboot(1M).
 cat1/moat(1) -- the standard Tcl Motif interpreter
    This is the standard interpreter for executing Tcl Motif programs. Specialised versions of this may be built, or it can have Tcl extensions added to it. The moat interpreter is an extension to the Tcl interpreter tclsh. If it is run with no file argument it reads commands from standard input. If it is run with a file argument (which is a file name not beginning with a `-' sign) it reads and executes commands from that file. The options are the standard Xt options, which typically consist of an ...
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