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 autofsd(1) -- autoFS mount/unmount daemon
    autofsd is an RPC server that answers filesystem mount and unmount requests from the AutoFS filesystem. It uses local files or name service maps to locate filesystems to be mounted. These maps are described with the autofs(1M) command. The autofsd daemon is started during system initialization from the /etc/init.d/network script if the configuration flags nfs and autofs are set on. Type the following commands as superuser to enable AutoFS: /etc/chkconfig...
 automount(1) -- automatically mount NFS filesystems
    Automount is a daemon that automatically and transparently mounts NFS filesystems as needed. Whenever a user on a client machine running automount invokes a command that needs to access a remote file or directory, the hierarchy to which that file or directory belongs is mounted and remains mounted for as long as it is needed. When a certain amount of time has elapsed during which the hierarchy is not accessed, it is automatically unmounted. No mounting of unaccessed remote filesystems is done at...
 autopush(1) -- configure lists of automatically pushed STREAMS modules
    autopush allows you to configure the list of modules to be automatically pushed onto the stream when a device is opened. It can also be used to remove a previous setting or get information on a setting. The following options apply to autopush: -f file This option sets up the autopush configuration for each driver according to the information stored in the specified file. An autopush file consists of lines of at least four fields each, where the fields are separated by a space as shown below: maj...
 dmedia/avcapture(1) -- capture and synchronization tool for uncompressed video and audio
 aview(1) -- array status monitor for the X Window System
    The ArrayView command (also known by its synonym aview) is used to display status information about the various machines in an array. The ArrayView window is made up of two sections. In the top section, a brief summary of the overall system utilization of each machine is displayed. In the bottom section, a separate pane for each machine is used to display more detail about some aspect of the system, such as logged-in users or the most active processes. The relative size of the upper and lower se...
 dmedia/avplayback(1) -- playback uncompressed video and audio in synchronization
 awf(1) -- amazingly workable (text) formatter
    Awf formats the text from the input file(s) (standard input if none) in an imitation of The -macro option is mandatory and must be `-man' or `-ms'. Awf implements the following raw requests: .\" .ce .fi .in .ne .pl .sp .ad .de .ft .it .nf .po .ta .bp .ds .ie .ll .nr .ps .ti .br .el .if .na .ns .rs .tm and the following in-text codes: \$ \% \* \c \f \n \s plus the full list of /troff special characters in the original V7 troff manual. Many restrictions are present; the behavior in gene...
 awk(1) -- pattern scanning and processing language
    NOTE: This version of awk has some incompatibilities with previous versions. See the COMPATIBILITY ISSUES section below for more detail. awk and nawk use the old regexp() and compile() regular expression routines. When the environment variable _XPG is equal to 1 (one), pawk is exec'ed which uses the newer regcomp() and regexec() routines which implement the Extended Regular Expression package. awk scans each input file for lines that match any of a set of patterns specified in prog. The prog st...
 background(1) -- customization panel for setting background pattern
    The background customization panel is used to edit the background for a particular desk. The user is presented with a list of different backgrounds. All backgrounds except those using the graphics library (GL) can be previewed. The user can select a background, modify its colors if it is a non-GL pattern, then apply the background pattern to the current desk. The background panel can be run from a Unix shell command line or from the toolchest (Desktop > Customize > Background). Like most other c...
 Backup(1) -- backup the specified file or directory
    The Backup command archives the named file or directory (the current directory if none is specified) to the local or remote tape device. It can be used to make a full system backup by specifying the directory name as /. In case of a full backup, this command makes a list of the files in the disk volume header and saves this information in a file which is then stored on tape. This file is used during crash recovery to restore a damaged volume header. Information about mounted filesystems and logi...
 sysadm/backup(1) -- backup files and directories now, later, or recurring
    backup is a privileged command that performs a backup of the entire system or of a selected list of files. The backup can be performed now, once at a later date, or recurring either daily or weekly. backup uses cpio(1) to write its output. device would typically be a tape device, but can also be a file for backing up to disk. -n is used to specify that a backup occur now, -l is for backups which are occur once at a later date, -d is for daily backups, and -w is for weekly backups. Backups that o...
 sysadm/BackupAndRestoreManager(1) -- Shedule or Unschedule Backups, Restore Files
    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 Backup and Restore Manager displa...
 banner(1) -- make posters
    banner prints its arguments (each up to 10 characters long) in large letters on the standard output.
 basename(1) -- deliver portions of pathnames
    basename deletes any prefix ending in / and the suffix (if present in string) from string, and prints the result on the standard output. It is normally used inside substitution marks (``) within shell procedures. The suffix is a pattern as defined on the ed(1) manual page. dirname delivers all but the last level of the pathname in string.
 bc(1) -- An arbitrary precision calculator language
    This man page documents GNU bc version 1.04.
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