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 rlogind(1) -- remote login server
    Rlogind is the server for the rlogin(1C) program. The server provides a remote login facility with authentication based on privileged port numbers from trusted hosts. The -a option verifies the remote host name and address match on all incoming connections. Normally this check is performed only for connections from hosts in the local domain. The -l option disables validation using .rhosts files, unless the user is logging in as the superuser. Transport-level keep-alive messages are enabled unles...
 rm(1) -- remove files or directories
    rm removes the entries for one or more files from a directory. It does not remove .. and anything above target directory when invoked with an argument which ends in /.. It will print error messages in these cases. If the directory containing the file to be removed has the 'sticky' bit set (see chmod(2)) then in order to remove the file one of the following must be true: the user owns the file, the user owns the directory, or the user is the super-user. If the kernel tunable xpg4_sticky_b...
 rmail(1) -- handle remote mail received via uucp
    Rmail interprets incoming mail received via uucp(1), collapsing ``From'' lines in the form generated by mail.local(8) into a single line of the form ``return-path!sender'', and passing the processed mail on to sendmail(8). Rmail is explicitly designed for use with uucp and sendmail.
 sysadm/rmdefpriv(1) -- remove a default system administration privilege from the system
    rmdefpriv removes an entry from the defaultPrivileges(4) database. After running rmdefpriv, privilege will no longer be a default privilege (see runpriv(1M)). In order to run rmdefpriv, you must either be running as root or you must provide the -auth auth-scheme arguments and pass the authentication test. If auth-scheme is unix, then must you type the root password when prompted in order to pass. The ability to run rmdefpriv is not itself a privilege. root cannot give other users the ability to ...
 rmdel(1) -- remove a delta from an SCCS file
    rmdel removes the delta specified by the SID from each named SCCS file. The delta to be removed must be the newest (most recent) delta in its branch in the delta chain of each named SCCS file. In addition, the specified must not be that of a version being edited for the purpose of making a delta (i. e., if a p-file [see get(1)] exists for the named SCCS file, the specified must not appear in any entry of the p-file). The -r option is used for specifying the SID (SCCS IDentification) level of the...
 sysadm/rmfstabentry(1) -- remove a filesystem entry from the /etc/fstab file.
    Rmfstabentry removes a filesystem entry from the /etc/fstab file. The filesystem is not unmounted. Use umountfs(1M) to unmount the filesystem before executing this command.
 rmprinter(1) -- remove a printer from the System V spooling system
    rmprinter removes a printer from the System V printer spooling system. Normally, if print jobs are pending in the print queue, rmprinter will not remove the printer. If the -f flag is specified, the printer will be removed regardless of pending print jobs. In this case the pending print jobs will not be printed. If the -x flag is specified, any pending print jobs will be moved to dest printer and then the printer will be removed. More than one printer can be specified for removal at one time. If...
 sysadm/rmpriv(1) -- remove a privilege from the privilege database
    rmpriv removes the entry in the privilege(4) database that grants privilege to user. If the -acct argument is specified, then all privileges will be removed for user. If the -all argument is specified, then all users will lose privilege. The -chkconfig option is used to disable all privileges on the system. rmpriv -chkconfig runs the command chkconfig privileges off. To see the privileges associated with individual tasks, choose "View as Tasks" from the Privilege Manager menu. See privmgr(1M)....
 sysadm/rmprivuser(1) -- remove a user's system administration privileged user status
    rmprivuser removes an entry from the privilegedUsers(4) database. username will no longer be a privileged user. username may still be able to run privileged commands; see runpriv(1M) for a description of the criteria for a user to be able to run a privileged command. In order to run rmprivuser, you must either be running as root or you must provide the -auth auth-scheme arguments and pass the authentication test. If auth-scheme is unix, then must you type the root password when prompted in order...
 rmt(1) -- remote magtape protocol module
    Rmt is a program used by the remote programs in manipulating a magnetic tape drive through an interprocess communication connection. Rmt is normally started up with an rexec(3N) or rcmd(3N) call. The rmt program accepts requests specific to the manipulation of magnetic tapes, performs the commands, then responds with a status indication. All responses are in ASCII and in one of two forms. Successful commands have responses of: Anumber\n where number is an ASCII representation of a decimal numbe...
 roboinst(1) -- automatic software installation tool
    roboinst is a tool to help automate the process of upgrading software on a number of hosts. roboinst can help in automating installing and upgrading operating system and application software, installing patches, repartitioning disks, and other software installation tasks. More complete documentation is provided in the online book IRIX Admin: Software Installation and Licensing. This book can be obtained by installing the eoe.books.sgi_admin subsystem using inst(1M) or Software Manager(1M). Once ...
 roboinst_config(1) -- configure automatic installation server directory
    roboinst_config is run on the configuration server system to check and index the contents of an roboinst configuration directory (configdir). The mrconfig file is parsed for errors, other scripts, if any, are checked, and a table of contents is built. Any custom configuration directories (for specific hardware or network addresses) beneath the configuration directory are also checked and included in the table of contents. roboinst_config first reads the mrconfig file. The mrconfig file must be p...
 route(1) -- manually manipulate the routing tables
    Route is a utility used to manually manipulate the network routing tables. It normally is not needed, as a system routing table management daemon such as routed(1M), should tend to this task. The route utility supports a limited number of general options, but a rich command language, enabling the user to specify any arbitrary request that could be delivered via the programmatic interface -n Bypasses attempts to print host and network names symbolically when reporting actions. (The process of tra...
 routed(1) -- network RIP and router discovery routing daemon
    Routed is a dameon invoked at boot time to manage the network routing tables. It uses Routing Information Protocol, RIPv1 (RFC 1058), RIPv2 (RFC 1723), and Internet Router Discovery Protocol (RFC 1256) to maintain the kernel routing table. The RIPv1 protocol is based on the reference 4.3BSD daemon. It listens on the udp(7P) socket for the route service (see services(4)) for Routing Information Protocol packets. It also sends and receives multicast Router Discovery ICMP messages. If the host is a...
 routeprint(1) -- convert file to printer or to specified filetype
    routeprint is a utility accessible from the IRIX command line to request a Bourne Shell command line which will convert the given file to the requested format. routeprint may also be used to convert files of various types to print on one of a set of desired printers. routeprint uses file types specified on the command line to look up print conversion rules for each file to be printed. The conversion rules are located in compiled .otr files in /usr/lib/filetype. The older ftr(1) database format, ...
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