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 sccsdiff(1) -- compare two versions of an SCCS file
    sccsdiff compares two versions of an SCCS file and generates the differences between the two versions. Any number of SCCS files may be specified, but arguments apply to all files. -rSID? SID1 and SID2 specify the deltas of an SCCS file that are to be compared. Versions are passed to bdiff(1) in the order given. -p pipe output for each file through pr(1). -sn n is the file segment size that bdiff will pass to diff(1). This is useful when diff fails due to a high system load....
 Inventor/SceneViewer(1) -- 3d editor and viewer for Inventor scenes
    SceneViewer is a program for viewing and interacting with Inventor scene graph files (the SGI 3D file format standard). SceneViewer was written to demonstrate Inventor features, and serves as the basis for the IRIS Explorer Render Module. When SceneViewer is run, a window appears containing the Inventor examiner viewer and a menu bar. The viewer allows the user to interactively change the view of the scene through direct manipulation, or indirect slider and push button controls. The menu bar con...
 schemebr(1) -- customization panel for specifying color schemes
    The schemebr panel allows the user to select a new color scheme in which subsequently launched window applications will appear. It also lets users create new color schemes. The panel can be launched from a Unix shell command line, or from the toolchest (Desktop > Customize > Color Schemes). Like most other customization panels, the schemebr panel has the ``runonce'' feature, meaning only one instance of the application will run at one time. Attempting to launch the application a second time wi...
 script(1) -- make typescript of terminal session
    Script makes a typescript of everything printed on your terminal. The typescript is written to file, or appended to file if the -a option is given. It can be sent to the line printer later with lp. If no file name is given, the typescript is saved in the file typescript. The script ends when the forked shell exits. This program is useful when using a crt and a hard-copy record of the dialog is desired, as for a student handing in a program that was developed on a crt when hard-copy terminals are...
 scsiadminswap(1) -- perform a live plug or unplug of a scsi device
    scsiadminswap allows a user to live plug or unplug a scsi device assuming it is not a primary resource (such as the system disk). There are three required options. These indicate whether to perform a plug or an unplug and provide a bus and device number. An additional argument can be used to change the default timeout value. To execute scsiadminswap, a user must have root status. There are many different ways that a disk may be accessed. While this man page outlines and gives examples of the mor...
 scsicontrol(1) -- probe and control scsi devices
    scsicontrol may be used to print info from the SCSI inquiry commands, which normally indicate the device type, manufacturer, and similar info. Other options may be used show more data, or to issue commands that control the operation of the device, or the bus as a whole. By using the debug option (-d), the exact command sent, and the data returned (if any) is displayed, along with more extensive error information. The device(s) may be specified without the normal /dev/scsi prefix, if desired. -C ...
 scsifo(1) -- Show Failover status and initiate Failover.
    The first form is used to dump failover status, while the second and third are used to initiate failover. The device-name required when performing a failover should be that of the a disk (raw or block) or a devscsi device associated with the primary path of the group the failover is being attempted on. The difference between the -s and -t options is that the former will choose paths that do not require a controller tresspass in preference to paths that do, while the latter will choose the next p...
 scsiha(1) -- probe and control scsi buses
    scsiha is used to perform operations on fibrechannel loops of SCSI devices and parallel SCSI buses. The following options apply to both parallel SCSI and fibrechannel SCSI: -p Probe for devices on the bus or loop. On parallel SCSI buses, this option causes the driver to look for devices at every ID on the SCSI bus. On fibrechannel SCSI loops, this option causes the driver to look for devices at every ID that was reported in use at the most recent loop initialization. On parallel SCSI buses, when...
 scsihotswap(1) -- This command is no longer supported.
 scsiquiesce(1) -- stop all SCSI bus activity for a specific amount of time
    scsiquiesce is used to stop all operations on a SCSI bus for a specific amount of time. Ctrl-C kills the quiesce. You can extend the quiesce time by pressing the Enter key and inputting additional quiesce time. When the quiesce completes, the bus is rescanned for new devices. The options are: -q bus_quiesce_time Quiesce time in seconds. This required option informs the low level SCSI driver how many seconds to quiesce the bus for. -t quiesce_in_progress_timeout How long the low level driver shou...
 sdiff(1) -- side-by-side difference program
    sdiff uses the output of diff(1) to produce a side-by-side listing of two files indicating those lines that are different. Each line of the two files is printed with a blank gutter between them if the lines are identical, a < in the gutter if the line only exists in file1, a > in the gutter if the line only exists in file2, and a | for lines that are different. For example: x | y a a b < c < d d > c The following options exist: -w n Use the next argument, n, as the width of the output line. The ...
 sdpd(1) -- Session Directory Server Daemon
    sdpd listens for multicast announcements on the network (as observed by the server), maintains an updated list of these announcements, and makes them available to clients through the use of the .sdr mime type suffix. sdpd also maintains a list of locally created announcements, broadcasting the information periodically. The sdpd server supports Mbone announcements of type SPD V1, SPD V2, and SGI Radio....
 sdr-launch(1) -- Session Directory Client Launcher
    sdr-launch is a HTTP helper application that is launched on the client system through the use of the .sdr mime typeextension. This application parses the session directory announcement sent by the Web Server and after consulting the transformations file (mbone-fmt.txt) launches the appropriate media tool for audio, video, whiteboard announcements.
 searchbook(1) -- (a.k.a. search tool) find files
    The searchbook (or search tool) contains named pages on which users can create queries to find files. The user can launch searchbook from the toolchest (Find > Search For Files) or at a Unix shell command line. This application has the ``runonce'' feature, meaning only one instance of the application will run at one time. Attempting to launch the application a second time will have the effect of deiconifying the application window or popping it to the top on the current desk. The options have ...
 sysadm/securesystem(1) -- improve system security
    This command tries to improve the security of the system by modifying parameters that affect the security of the system. They include disable or enable Java and/or JavScript for user accounts, add password, lock or delete user accounts, remove NIS accounts, lock out an account if it has no password, use shadow password, turn off graphical login (clogin(1)), disable the use of privilege accounts on system adminitration tools (see PrivilegeManager(1M)), disable the display of windows of remote sys...
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