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 NCC(1) -- 32-bit C++ compiler
    NCC (which is synonymous with CC -32) compiles C++ with a integrated compiler frontend (i.e. not a translator to C), using a conventional (cfront-compatible) code generation style. DCC, which refers to the old SGI Delta/C++ compiler, no longer compiles C++ source files using Delta/C++ style code generation, but rather, is also synonomous with CC -32) for compatibility. Both NCC and DCC produce only 32-bit executables. For more information, refer to the CC(1) man pages. Page 1 Release 6.4...
 ncheck(1) -- generate pathnames from i-numbers
    ncheck with no arguments generates a pathname and i-number list of all files on a set of default filesystems (see /etc/fstab). Names of directory files are followed by /.. The options are as follows: -i limits the report to only those files whose i-numbers follow. -a allows printing of the names . and .., which are ordinarily suppressed. -s limits the report to special files and files with setuserid mode. This option may be used to detect violations of security policy. filesystem must be specifi...
 nds(1) -- network dual-head software daemon
    The Networked Dual-head Software Daemon, ndsd, enables a machine with ndsd software, the "slave" machine, to accept keyboard and mouse input from another machine on the network (the "master" machine). Conversely, a "master" machine with ndsd software can also be used to control applications on a remote "slave" machine. Various configuration options can be specified by command line options or in the ndsd configuration file /usr/nds/dh_config. Commands in the configuration file will overri...
 sysadm/NetIfManager(1) -- Network Interface Manager
    Managers display information about your system and provide access to interactive guides (also called tasks) that let you administer your system. The Network Interface Manager displays a list of network interfaces, that are currently installed on your system. It also allows you to get the interface status, and configure an interface using the Set Up and Start Networking guide. In the Manager window, you can open a guide by choosing its name from the Task menu or by clicking its button at the bott...
 netprint(1) -- Submit lp print job to remote spooler via a network connection
    netprint sends a print request to a printer on another host. netprint is used in the lp model file /var/spool/lp/model/netface to submit lp print jobs to remote printers.
 netscape(1) -- the premier World Wide Web browser
    When started, netscape will automatically load either the URL(s) specified on the command line, or the "home page" specified in the user preferences if no URL is given on the command line. On line help describing the configuration and use of netscape can be accessed by selecting Help Contents from the Help menu on the right hand side of the netscape menu bar....
 netsnoop(1) -- capture and decode network traffic
    Netsnoop captures packets which match an optional filter from a network interface or saved tracefile. If filter is omitted and no -e option is given, it captures packets promiscuously. For each packet, netsnoop prints decoded frames of protocol data on standard output. It stores captured packets in a buffer before decoding them; the default buffer size is one. After decoding buffered packets, netsnoop resumes capturing. Only the superuser can run netsnoop on a local network interface. Users acce...
 netstat(1) -- show network status
    The netstat command symbolically displays the contents of various network-related data structures. There are a number of output formats, depending on the options for the information presented. The first form of the command displays a list of active sockets for each protocol. The second form presents the contents of one of the other network data structures according to the option selected. Using the third form, with an interval specified, netstat will continuously display the information regardin...
 nettest(1) -- Performs client and server functions for timing data throughput
    The nettest and nettestd commands invoke client and server programs that are used for timing data throughput of various methods of interprocess communication. For TCP and OSI connections, the nettest program establishes a connection with the nettestd program, and then it does count writes of size bytes, followed by count reads of size bytes. For UDP, the nettest program performs only writes; reads are not performed. The nettestd program, if used with UDP connections, reads the data packets and p...
 network(1) -- network initialization and shutdown script
    The network shell script is called during system startup from /etc/rc2 to initialize the standard and optional network devices and daemons. The script is called during system shutdown from /etc/rc0 to gracefully kill the daemons and inactivate the devices. When called with the start argument, the network script does the following, using the various configuration flags described below: o Defines the hostname and hostid based on the name in /etc/sys_id and its corresponding Internet address in /et...
 newaliases(1) -- rebuild the data base for the mail aliases file
    Newaliases rebuilds the random access data base for the mail aliases file /etc/aliases. It must be run each time this file is changed in order for the change to take effect. Newaliases is identical to ``sendmail -bi''. The newaliases utility exits 0 on success, and >0 if an error occurs.
 newer(1) -- command for testing modification dates of two files
    The newer command compares the modification times (in seconds since 00:00:00 UTC, Jan. 1, 1970) of the two files given as arguments. If file1 was modified more recently than file2, or if either file does not exist, then the newer command returns a status of 0. Otherwise it returns a status of 1. The /var/X11/xdm/Xsession.dt script uses the newer command. The newer command is not intended to be run directly by the end user, unless the user is writing shell scripts. For more information about the ...
 newfile(1) -- perform file-creation tasks for printer scripts
    The newfile program creates a new file with the prefix name (default: out) in the directory dir, but waits until there is enough available free disk space in the directory. The actual file created will have the pathname dir/name###sfx, where ### is an optional unique three-digit HEX number; i.e. newfile will not overwrite an existing file. There is no default sfx. The final complete pathname will be written on standard output. If the -d argument is given, newfile restricts the last component of ...
 newform(1) -- change the format of a text file
    newform reads lines from the named files, or the standard input if no input file is named, and reproduces the lines on the standard output. Lines are reformatted in accordance with command line options in effect. Except for -s, command line options may appear in any order, may be repeated, and may be intermingled with the optional files. Command line options are processed in the order specified. This means that option sequences like ``-e15 -l60'' will yield results different from ``-l60 -e15'...
 newgrp(1) -- log in to a new group
    newgrp changes a user's group identification. The user remains logged in and the current directory is unchanged, but calculations of access permissions to files are performed with respect to the new real and effective group IDs. The user is always given a new shell, replacing the current shell, by newgrp, regardless of whether it terminated successfully or due to an error condition (i.e., unknown group). Exported variables retain their values after invoking newgrp; however, all unexported varia...
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