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 profiler(1) -- UNIX system profiler
    Prfld, prfstat, prfdc, prfsnap, and prfpr form a system of programs to facilitate an activity study of the UNIX operating system. Prfld is used to initialize the recording mechanism in the system. It generates a table containing the starting address of each system subroutine as extracted from system_namelist. Prfstat is used to enable or disable the sampling mechanism. The range parameter selects what values will be sampled at the sampling points. The current choices for range are pc to select P...
 prom(1) -- PROM monitor
    bootp(1M), init(1M), nvram(1M), tftp(1C), system(4), vh(7M). PPPPaaaaggggeeee 9999
 X11/proxymngr(1) -- proxy manager service
    The proxy manager (proxymngr) is responsible for resolving requests from xfindproxy (and other similar clients), starting new proxies when appropriate, and keeping track of all of the available proxy services. The proxy manager strives to reuse existing proxies whenever possible. There are two types of proxies that the proxy manager deals with, managed and unmanaged proxies. A managed proxy is a proxy that is started ``on demand'' by the proxy manager. An unmanaged proxy, on the other hand, is...
 prs(1) -- print an SCCS file
    prs prints, on the standard output, parts or all of an SCCS file [see sccsfile(4)] in a user-supplied format. If a directory is named, prs behaves as though each file in the directory were specified as a named file, except that non-SCCS files (last component of the path name does not begin with s.), and unreadable files are silently ignored. If a name of - is given, the standard input is read; each line of the standard input is taken to be the name of an SCCS file or directory to be processed; n...
 prtvtoc(1) -- print disk volume header information
    prtvtoc prints a summary of the information in the volume header for a single disk or all of the local disks attached to a system (see vh(7M)). The command is usually used only by the superuser. The rawdiskname name should be the raw device filename of a disk volume header in the form /dev/rdsk/dks?d?vh. Note: prtvtoc knows about the special file directory naming conventions, so the /dev/rdsk prefix can be omitted. If no name is given, the information for the root disk is printed. In singl...
 ps(1) -- report process status
    ps prints information about active processes. Without options, information is printed about processes associated with the controlling terminal. The output consists of a short listing containing only the process ID, terminal identifier, cumulative execution time, and the command name. Since a batch job doesn't have a controlling terminal, invoking ps without options from a batch job will result in an error. Otherwise, the information that is displayed is controlled by the selection of options. o...
 psf(1) -- PostScript printer driver.
    The psf filter, a printer driver for PostScript printers, accepts PostScript on input and supports AppleTalk networked and serially-connected printers. The psf filter carries on a full duplex dialog with the printer determining status, etc. as the job is sent. When psf opens a printer (either through AppleTalk or serially), it queries the printer to insure that the correct version of all needed dictionaries are loaded, and loads the correct version if they are not. If there is no PRINTER.PPD fil...
 psfiletype(1) -- determine format of file for PostScript conversion
    The psfiletype program scans the given file to figure out what kind of file it is; mainly to distinguish between PostScript and image files so that they may be printed correctly on a PostScript printer. After determining the data type, psfiletype prints one of the strings: image, eps, PostScript, unsupported, or unknown. The result ``unsupported'' means that the file is an image, but the imagetops program won't be able to convert it to PostScript....
 psif(1) -- printer input filter ( lpr(1) only )
    The filter psif is a csh(1) script which runs psf(1m). It is usually specified in /etc/printcap ( printcap(5)) as the input filter (if=) and is called by lpd(1m) as part of processing each job. This script is usually created by the configks(1m) program and is primarily concerned with printing data. You can modify the psif script to reverse page order if you want by adding psreverse(1m) and the -r option in the psif script....
 psifconfig(1) -- show and set packet scheduling interface configuration
    If no options are given, psifconfig will show the configuration of the packet scheduler for the specified interface. A system administrator can also set some configuration parameters. The interface name must be specified.
 psreverse(1) -- reverse printer output
    The program psreverse reverses the pages for the printer. It is usually called from the lp(1) or lpr(1) printer script. One usually pipes the output of psreverse into psf(1m).
 pssplit(1) -- split a PostScript file into separate single-page files
    The program pssplit reads a PostScript print job file and writes separate output files each containing one page of the job, repeating the PostScript header and dictionaries in each file. While the resulting output files will not be EPS, many applications that accept EPS will accept them. The output file(s) written by pssplit will each have a pathname of the form destdir/filename.pgofsuffix, where is the sequential page numbers, starting with 1, and is the total number of pa...
 pstruct(1) -- Dump C structures as generated from cc -g -S stabs
    The following is the old c2ph.doc documentation by Tom Christiansen Date: 25 Jul 91 08:10:21 GMT Once upon a time, I wrote a program called pstruct. It was a perl program that tried to parse out C structures and display their member offsets for you. This was especially useful for people looking at binary dumps or poking around the kernel. Pstruct was not a pretty program. Neither was it particularly robust. The problem, you see, was that the C compiler was much better at parsi...
 pwck(1) -- password file checker
    pwck scans the password file and notes any inconsistencies. The checks include validation of: the number of fields, login name, user ID, group ID, and whether the login directory and the program-to-use-as-Shell exist. The default password file is /etc/passwd. pwck has the ability to parse YP entries in the password file. The -p option prevents checking of the login directory and shell fields, useful for NIS administrators in checking the yppasswd file, where each login directory is not usu...
 pwconv(1) -- install and update /etc/shadow with information from /etc/p
    The pwconv command creates and updates /etc/shadow with information from /etc/passwd. If the /etc/shadow file does not exist, pwconv creates /etc/shadow with information from /etc/passwd. The command populates /etc/shadow with the user's login name, password, and p...
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