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 dmedia/recordaifc(1) -- record an audio file
    sfrecord creates an output file containing audio sample data recorded through the audio hardware. sfrecord records audio input for a time equal to a given -t argument, or until the user sends it an interrupt. The file's sampling rate will be equal to the rate of the default audio input device. This can be set via the -r argument. The format, compression, and channel count can be set via the appropriate arguments. Silicon Graphics has adopted AIFF-C (".aifc" suffix) as its standard interchange...
 regcmp(1) -- regular expression compile
    The regcmp command performs a function similar to regcmp(3X) and, in most cases, precludes the need for calling regcmp(3X) from C programs. This saves on both execution time and program size. The command regcmp compiles the regular expressions in file and places the output in file.i. If the - option is used, the output will be placed in file.c. The format of entries in file is a name (C variable) followed by one or more blanks followed by a regular expression enclosed in double quotes. The outpu...
 Register(1) -- 0Register
    With On-line Registration, SGI hopes to establish a mutually beneficial information link with the primary user of each low end and high end system. To register your system with SGI, fill out and return your completed Online Registration form via the Internet. Note: You will need to have Netscape (or an equivalent browser) to launch On-line Registration. To Access On-line Registration Double click on the Register_To_Win icon that appears on your desktop at user login or use your web browser to ac...
 registrar(1) -- IP address update command for NIS hosts data base
    registrar, which runs on a NIS master only, is a NIS hostname data base update program. A hostname registration request can be sent from either the yp_host(1M) command, or from the PROM IP address auto-registration function. This requests is initially sent to a RPC daemon process rpc.ypupdated(1M). registrar is invoked indirectly by rpc.ypupdated(1M) by an intermediate make file updaters(4). The host-file parameter should be the host file that is used in NIS database makefile, /var/yp/Makefile. ...
 reinstallpr(1) -- reinstall System V network printers
    reinstallpr deletes and reinstalls all network printers currently installed on the system. Printers physically attached to the system are not deleted or reinstalled.
 relnotes(1) -- on-line release notes viewer
    relnotes is an interface to the on-line release notes. It displays the release notes by product and chapter using the man(1) command. It can also show which products' release notes are installed and the title of each chapter installed. With no arguments, relnotes shows which products have release notes installed. -h shows how to use the command. product shows the chapters that are installed for the named product. If no table of contents file can be found, relnotes shows you a list of chapter nu...
 remotedir(1) -- open a remote directory
    remotedir opens a remote directory. It first attempts to bring up a dirview(1) running on the local workstation displaying the remote directory via autofs(1M). If that fails, remotedir will run accessworkstation(1). -f directory directory is the directory on the remote workstation to view. -h hostname hostname is the remote workstation to log into. -l login login is the login id passed to accessworkstation if autofs cannot access directory. remotedir is used by the file typing rules (FTRs) for O...
 sysadm/RemovableMediaManager(1) -- removable media manager
    Managers display information about your system and provide access to interactive guides (also called tasks) that let you administer your system. For example, the User Manager displays a list of the user accounts currently on the system and gives you access to guides like "Add a User Account" and "Modify a User Account." In a Manager window, you can open a guide by choosing its name from the Task menu or by clicking its button at the bottom of the window. The removable media manager gets its ...
 removeOldLangCatalog(1) -- Updates iconcatalog after LANG change
    The command, removeOldLangCatalog, is a shell script that checks for the existence of $HOME/.desktop-/configchecks/lastloginlocale. If not found, or if the locale in that file is not the same as the current locale (as set in LANG environment variable), it removes all empty directories under $HOME/.desktop-/iconcatalog/pages. It then writes the current locale in the lastloginlocale file. For information about the entire IRIX Interactive Desktop environment, see the IID(1) man ...
 sysadm/removepppin(1) -- remove a PPP incoming entry.
    Removepppin removes a PPP incoming entry from the system. After the removal, the account cannot be used to call into this host using the PPP protocol.
 sysadm/removepppout(1) -- remove a PPP outgoing entry.
    Removepppout removes a PPP outgoing entry from the system. After the removal, this entry cannot be used to call another host.
 sysadm/removeSwap(1) -- removes the indicated swap element
    removeSwap removes the specified swap element from the system with the swapctl(2) system call, deletes the disk file corresponding to the swap element, and removes the swap element's entry in /etc/fstab/ This privcmd is not intended for command line use. The swap(1M) command provides a more robust and capable user interface for managing swap from the command line.
 renice(1) -- alter priority of running processes
    renice alters the scheduling priority of one or more running processes. renice'ing a process group causes all processes in the process group to have their scheduling priority altered. renice'ing a user causes all processes owned by the user to have their scheduling priority altered. The -n increment specifies how the system scheduling priority of the specified process(es) is to be adjusted. The increment option-argument is a positive or negative decimal integer that is used to modify the syste...
 repquota(1) -- summarize quotas for a local filesystem
    repquota outputs a summary of the disk usage and quotas for the specified filesystems for all users declared in the local /etc/passwd file. For each user the current number of files and amount of space (in kilobytes) is printed, along with any quotas created with edquota(1M). Using repquota, it is possible to obtain information about the overall XFS quota system as well as output XFS quota limits in a format understood by edquota....
 X11/resize(1) -- set TERMCAP and terminal settings to current xterm window size
    Resize prints a shell command for setting the TERM and TERMCAP environment variables to indicate the current size of xterm window from which the command is run. For this output to take effect, resize must either be evaluated as part of the command line (usually done with a shell alias or function) or else redirected to a file which can then be read in. From the C shell (usually known as /bin/csh), the following alias could be defined in the user's .cshrc: % alias rs 'set noglob; eval `resize`...
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