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 npri(1) -- modify the scheduling priority of a process
    This command allows the super-user to modify certain scheduling parameters of a process or to create a new process with specific scheduling parameters. For a detailed description of how the parameters affect the scheduling of a process, please see the sched_setscheduler(2) manual page. If npri is invoked without reference to a specific process or command to execute, it simply invokes a copy of the user's shell, as specified by the SHELL environment variable, with the scheduling characteristics ...
 ns-admin(1) -- Netscape Servers Administration Server
    The config-directory argument tells the server the location of the server configuration files. The ns-admin command should never be invoked from the shell. During configuration of a Netscape server, you must specify a specific port number where your Netscape Administration server is to listen for admin requests. A single Netscape administration server can manage all Netscape servers on a host. The default port number is port 81. Assuming you have not relocated the server root for your administra...
 ns-httpd(1) -- Netscape FastTrack Server 3.03
    The config-directory argument tells the server the location of the server configuration files. The ns-httpd command should never be invoked from the shell. Once the servers have been installed they will attempt to autoconfigure themselves upon startup. The installation process pre-configures the server on your system with the user "admin" as the administration user and "admin" as the administration password. The administration port is port 8182. To administer the Netscape FastTrack Server 3....
 nsadmin(1) -- Name Service Administration Utility
    The nsadmin utility is used for administration of the Unified Name Service interface (see nsd(1m)). The nsd daemon maintains a filesystem typically mounted on /ns using various directory service protocols to provide information. It also maintains local cache files for each lookup. The nsadmin command allows manipulation of the name space and cache files maintained by the nsd daemon. Run with no arguments it acts as a command line interpreter and can be given multiple commands. Each command is fo...
 nsd(1) -- UNS name service daemon
    The Unified Name Service (UNS) provides a generic interface to network lookup services. The daemon provides a filesystem front end to the name service namespace, and maintains local cache files. The services that the nsd daemon supports are NIS and NIS+ - the Network Information Service, DNS - the Domain Name Service, local configuration files, MDBM, NDBM, and DB - local hash files, LDAP - Lightweight Directory Access Protocol. By default the nsd daemon is activated at system startup time from t...
 nslookup(1) -- query Internet name servers interactively
    Nslookup is a program to query Internet domain name servers. Nslookup has two modes: interactive and non-interactive. Interactive mode allows the user to query name servers for information about various hosts and domains or to print a list of hosts in a domain. Non-interactive mode is used to print just the name and requested information for a host or domain.
 nsmount(1) -- mount name service filesystem
    nsmount attaches the filesystem provided by the nsd(1M) daemon. Nsd satisfies the requests using directory service protocols and caches them in memory then provides the data as a filesystem using the nfs(4) protocol. There may be no actual remote filesystem containing the data. This command is executed directly by the nsd daemon so there is rarely any need for it to be run separately.
 nstats(1) -- NUMA Memory Management Statistics
    Display the absolute NUMA Memory Management statistics, or display the relative NUMA Memory Management statistics after running a command.
 numa_view(1) -- a tool for showing NUMA placement information
    This command retrieves the current NUMA placement strategies for the process specified by pid. Information displayed includes current placement policies, MLDSETs and MLDs.
 nvram(1) -- get or set non-volatile RAM variables
    nvram can be used to set or print the values of non-volatile RAM variables. When invoked with no arguments, nvram displays all known variables in the name=value form. The nvram arguments are: name Print the value of name. value If name is defined in non-volatile RAM, replace name's definition string with value. -v Print a line of the form name=value after getting or setting the named variable. If invoked as sgikopt, more than one name can be given. names that do not match known variables are ig...
 nwfsdebug(1) -- enable or disable diagnostic output from the NetWare file system
    nwfsdebug is used to enable or disable diagnostic output from the NetWare file system. It is intended for use by Silicon Graphics developers and field personnel.
 nwlogin(1) -- login to a NetWare server
    nwlogin is used to remotely login a NetWare user to a NetWare server. If successful, the NetWare server is mounted as a filesystem under the /netware directory. Three values are needed by nwlogin : a server name, a user name, and the user's password. None of these are case-sensitive. Any information not provided on the command line will be prompted for interactively. Access rights to the files on the remote server are controlled by NetWare, according to the access rights of the NetWare username...
 nwmount(1) -- create a mount point for accessing NetWare servers
    nwmount is used to establish a mount point (root directory) where all NetWare servers on the network will be visible. If a directory is specified on the command line, that directory will be used as the mount point. If one is not specified, then the default directory /netware will be used. -r Mounts the NetWare filesystem as read-only.
 oawk(1) -- pattern scanning and processing language
    oawk scans each input file for lines that match any of a set of patterns specified in prog. With each pattern in prog there can be an associated action that will be performed when a line of a file matches the pattern. The set of patterns may appear literally as prog, or in a file specified as -f file. The prog string should be enclosed in single quotes (') to protect it from the shell. Parameters, in the form x=... y=... etc., may be passed to oawk. Files are read in order; if there are no file...
 ObjToIv(1) -- convert a Wavefront .obj file to Open Inventor 2.0 format
    ObjToIv converts 3D model files in Wavefront .obj format (versions 3.0 and 4.0) into Open Inventor 2.0 files. The program converts ASCII files in .obj format, .pv files are not handled. NURB and cardinal surface, polygons, groups, textures are converted into equivalent Open Inventor objects. For textures, convert the bitmap texture image to an SGI .rgb file. Place it in the same directory as the .obj file. Use the function fromrla to convert .rla files into .rgb files. For materials, either the ...
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