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 newlabel(1) -- run a process at another label
    newlabel allows the user to run a process at another label without logging off. To prevent inappropriate transfers of information, all open file descriptors are closed before the new process is invoked. Unless the invoked by the Superuser with one or more of the -E, -F, -I, or -O options, the stdin, stdout, and stderr are closed and reopened after the label is changed. The default path used is /dev/tty, but may be changed with the -e, -f, -i, and -o options. If the path cannot be opened /dev/nul...
 newproj(1) -- switch to a new project
    newproj changes the user's project identification to project. The user remains logged in and the current directory is unchanged, but all process and array session resource accounting will be performed with respect to the new project. If the change is successful, the user will be given a new shell. The original shell, and any processes it may have had running, will remain alive and associated with the original project. Thus, exiting the new shell will return the user to the original shell and or...
 news(1) -- print news items
    news is used to keep the user informed of current events. By convention, these events are described by files in the directory /var/news. When invoked without arguments, news prints the contents of all current files in /var/news, most recent first, with each preceded by an appropriate header. news stores the ``currency'' time as the modification date of a file named .news_time in...
 newsess(1) -- start a new array session
    The newsess command starts a new array session. The user remains logged in and the current directory is unchanged. If the change is successful, the user will be given a new shell. The original shell, and any processes it may have had running, will remain alive and associated with the original array session. Thus, exiting the new shell will return the user to the original shell and original array session. By default, the new array session will be a global array session (see array_sessions(5) for ...
 nfsd(1) -- NFS daemons
    nfsd starts the nfs(4) server daemons that handle client NFS requests. biod starts asynchronous block I/O daemons. This command is used on a NFS client to perform buffer cache read-ahead and write-behind. bio3d processes are the asynchronous kernel processes for NFS version 3. No daemon is necessary to start bio3ds. There is one bio3d associated with each mounted filesystem at mount time. If the NFS traffic to a filesystem increases, up to three more bio3d processes are spawned for that filesyst...
 sysadm/nfsSetup(1) -- Set up Network File System Service
    nfsSetup configures the NFS state ( chkconfig nfs on|off ), and turns on automount, autofs or none. This command is used by Set Up and Start NFS, and Turn Off NFS tasks.
 nfsstat(1) -- display Network File System statistics
    nfsstat displays statistical information about the Network File System (NFS) and Remote Procedure Call (RPC) interfaces to the kernel. It can also be used to reinitialize this information. If no options are given, the default is nfsstat -csnr That is, print everything and reinitialize nothing. The optional arguments unix and core can be used to indicate another system namelist and kernel memory image, respectively....
 nice(1) -- run a command at low priority
    nice executes command with a lower CPU scheduling priority. If the increment argument (in the range 1-20) is given, it is used; if not, an increment of 10 is assumed. The invoking process (generally the user's shell) must be in the timesharing scheduling class. The super-user may run commands with priority higher than normal by using a negative increment, e.g., --10.
 sysadm/nisSetup(1) -- Set up Network Information System
    nisSetup configures the NIS domain name, and turns on/off the NIS state ( chkconfig yp on/off ). This command is used by Set Up and Start NIS and Turn Off NIS tasks.
 nl(1) -- line numbering filter
    nl reads lines from the named file, or the standard input if no file is named, and reproduces the lines on the standard output. Lines are numbered on the left in accordance with the command options in effect. nl processes supplementary code set characters according to the locale specified in the LC_CTYPE environment variable [see LANG on environ(5)], except as noted below. In regular expressions, pattern searches are performed on ...
 nm(1) -- print name list of an object file(s)
    The nm command prints formatted listings of the symbol tables for each ELF file specified. A file can be a relocatable or absolute ELF object file, or it can be an archive. nm produces different output formats depending on options and the binary ABI. The differences are an attempt to preserve the operation of scripts that depend on nm. Anyone desiring consistent operation across different ABIs should use XPG4 format or Berkeley format. For old 32-bit-ABI objects the output format by default is t...
 nmblookup.1(1) -- NetBIOS over TCP/IP client used to lookup NetBIOS names
    This tool is part of the Samba suite. nmblookup is used to query NetBIOS names and map them to IP addresses in a network using NetBIOS over TCP/IP queries. The options allow the name queries to be directed at a particular IP broadcast area or to a particular machine. All queries are done over UDP.
 noderun(1) -- Run process on specific node (advisory specification)
    Run a process on a specific SN0 node. The request is advisory. To specify mandatory placement, use runon(1) or dplace(1).
 nohup(1) -- run a command immune to hangups and quits
    nohup executes command with hangups and quits ignored. If output is not re-directed by the user, both standard output and standard error are sent to nohup.out. If nohup.out is not writable in the current directory, output is redirected to $HOME/nohup.out. If standard output is redirected by the user, then nohup will redirect standard error to the same destination as standard output.
 Inventor/noodle(1) -- interactive 3d modeling program
    noodle is an interactive program for creating a variety of 3d objects. The concept is very similar to a pasta maker in which one chooses a noodle cross-section and pushes the dough through, (hence the name). noodle was written using the Inventor 3d Toolkit. It outputs Inventor files. The noodle program has 5 main windows and a control panel. The five windows are: Each window can be used to view or edit the object (with the exception of the top right window which only allows viewing). Use the rig...
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