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 modelinfo(1) -- generate formatted list of supported printers
    This command is used by the Printer Manager and other utilities (mkcentpr(1m), mknetpr(1m), mkserialpr(1M)) to build a list of supported printers. When modelinfo is first run it creates the file /var/spool/lp/modelinfo.dat which contains the modelinfo output. The contents of this file are also printed to standard out. The directories /var/spool/lp/model and /var/spool/lp/PPD_model are searched to determine supported printers. (/var/spool/lp/PPD_model will only exist if the Impressario PPD driver...
 sysadm/modifyPermissionsAndOwnership(1) -- modify permissions and ownership of files
    modifyPermissionsAndOwnership modifies the permissions and/or ownership of files and directories using chown(1) and chmod(1). The modifyPermissionsAndOwnership command requires at least one set of modifications and one set of files. These sets must be non-empty. Each pair of modifications and the files they should be applied to should be separated by commas. The modifications can be specified as follows (at least one is required): -u Specifies the changes to make to the user permission...
 sysadm/modifyUserAccount(1) -- modify an existing user account
    Modify an existing user account and do associated handling of user files if needed. The modifyUserAccount command has the following required parameter: -l login-name The login name of the user account to modify The modifyUserAccount command has the following optional parameters: -P Indicates that the account password is to be replaced with a new password. The command will prompt the user for the new password. This option may not be used in conjunction with -N or with -R. -N Indicates that the ac...
 modinfofltr(1) -- format and filter the /var/spool/lp/modelinfo.dat file
    modinfofltr is used to parse the data found in the file /var/spool/lp/modelinfo.dat. (See the modelinfo(1m) man page for information about the modelinfo.dat file.) modinfofltr reads input from standard in and writes to standard out. modinfofltr is used by various script files to present a menu of printer choices for the user to select....
 sysadm/monitorRemovableMedia(1) -- enable mediad monitoring of a device
    monitorRemovableMedia is a privileged command that tells mediad(1M) to monitor device.
 monpanel(1) -- monitor control panel for Presenter Flat Panel Displays
    monpanel provides a graphical interface to control the backlight level of the Presenter display, to switch the display between high and low color resolution, to turn on the Presenter display when the display was not connected at boot time, and to restart the Presenter display when the display has been disconnected.
 montbl(1) -- create monetary database
    The montbl command takes as input a specification file, infile, that describes the formatting conventions for monetary quantities for a specific locale. -o outfile Write the output on outfile; otherwise, write the output on a file named LC_MONETARY. The output of montbl is suitable for use by the localeconv function [see localeconv(3C)]. Before outfile can be used b...
 more(1) -- browse or page through a text file
    more is a filter that displays the contents of a file on the terminal, one screenful at a time. After each screenful more prints a prompt and pauses awaiting user commands. The prompt usually contains the name of the file and an indication (percentage) of the current location within the file. more scrolls up to display one more line in response to a RETURN character; it displays another screenful in response to a SPACE character. Other commands are listed belo...
 mount(1) -- mount and unmount filesystems
    mount attaches a named filesystem fsname to the filesystem hierarchy at the pathname location dir. The directory dir must already exist. It becomes the name of the newly mounted root. The contents of dir are hidden until the filesystem is unmounted. If fsname is of the form host:path, the filesystem type is assumed to be nfs. umount unmounts a currently mounted filesystem, which can be specified either as a mounted-on directory or a filesystem. mount and umount maintain a table of mounted filesy...
 mountall(1) -- mount multiple filesystems
    This command mounts all filesystems listed in /etc/fstab. It can be executed only by the superuser. Before each filesystem is mounted, it is checked using fsstat(1M) to see if it appears mountable. If the filesystem does not appear mountable, it is checked, using fsck(1M), before the mount is attempted.
 mountd(1) -- NFS mount/umount request server
    mountd is an rpc(4) server that answers rpc filesystem mount/umount requests. One such sender of the requests is autofs. mountd reads the file /etc/xtab (described in exportfs(1M)) to determine which filesystems are available to which machines and users. It also provides information as to which clients have filesystems mounted. This information is stored in the servers /etc/rmtab file and can be accessed using the showmount(1M) command. The mountd daemon is normally invoked by inetd(1M)....
 sysadm/mountfs(1) -- mounts a filesystem.
    Mountfs mounts a filesystem/directory to make it accessible locally.
 mount_kfs(1) -- AppleShare mounter
    The mount_kfs program is an AppleShare mounter. It lets the user mount volumes from AppleShare servers on UNIX file systems. Mounted file systems "look" like K-AShare volumes; i.e., data forks appear as normal UNIX files, resource forks appear in a special resource directory (.HSResource), Macintosh desktop info (file type, creator, comments etc.) is stored in a desktop database (.HSancillary), and Macintosh ASCII characters in file names are mapped to hexadecimal equivalents. In general, user...
 mouse(1) -- panel for setting mouse acceleration, mapping, click speed
    mouse allows the user to modify mouse acceleration, mapping (left- or right-handed), and click speed (delay between clicks in a double-click). The user can launch this panel from the toolchest (Desktop > Customize > Mouse) or at a Unix shell command line. Like most other customization panels, the mouse panel has the ``runonce'' feature, meaning only one instance of the application will run at one time. Attempting to launch the application a second time will have the effect of deiconifying the ...
 dmedia/moviemaker(1) -- interactive editor for movie files
    moviemaker is a multi-track interactive editor for QuickTime format movies. Help is available on-line through the help menu.
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