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 sed(1) -- stream editor
    sed copies the named files (standard input default) to the standard output, edited according to a script of commands. The -e option causes the script to be take from the script option argument. The -f option causes the script to be taken from file script_file. The scripts from the -e and -f options accumulate. If there is just one -e option and no -f options, the flag -e may be omitted. The -n option suppresses the default output. sed has two operating modes. By default, sed operates compatibly ...
 sendmail(1) -- an electronic mail transport agent
    Sendmail sends a message to one or more recipients, routing the message over whatever networks are necessary. Sendmail does internetwork forwarding as necessary to deliver the message to the correct place. Sendmail is not intended as a user interface routine; other programs provide user-friendly front ends; sendmail is used only to deliver pre-formatted messages. With no flags, sendmail reads its standard input up to an end-of-file or a line consisting only of a single dot and sends a copy of th...
 sysadm/SerialDeviceManager(1) -- serial device 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 serial device manager displays an...
 sesdaemon(1) -- Fibre Channel Drive Enclosure Status/Configuration daemon
    sesdaemon is a daemon which allows communication with attached fibre channel drive enclosures; status is collected and re-configuration is allowed. The low-level transport protocol is the industry standard SES (SCSI-3 Enclosure Services). See sesmgr(1M) for details. The sesdaemon is normally started automatically during boot if sesdaemon is chkconfig'ed on. One process containing 4 threads is started for each instance of sesdaemon; the backend polling thread which handles polling the drive encl...
 sesmgr(1) -- Fibre Channel Drive Enclosure Status/Configuration Command Line Interface
    The sesmgr command is a user front end to sesdaemon which collects status of all supported fibre channel enclosures and allows for configuration changes.
 setAudioDevice(1) -- program to set SoundScheme audio output device
    The setAudioDevice program sets the SoundScheme audio output device. Applications that play sounds through SoundScheme (for example, the IRIX Interactive Desktop software) will be affected. This program is not intended to be run by end users. If no argument is given, then SoundScheme sounds will be made to play through the Default Output as set on the audiopanel(1) control panel. If a non-negative integer argument whichDevice is specified on the command line, then SoundScheme sounds will be play...
 setdevperms(1) -- Update printing device entries in /etc/ioperms
    setdevperms adds or removes entries from the /etc/ioperms file. If the line exists in the file then it is not added. If the line to delete exists more then once in the file then all occurrences are deleted. When deleting a line leading and trailing white space is NOT ignored. Any line to add or delete must start with "/dev" or "#". There are no other syntax checks performed on lines added or removed. Multiple lines can be added and removed at the same time by specifying multiple instances of...
 sysadm/setDiskParts(1) -- sets a disk's partition information
    setDiskParts changes the partion table in a disk's volume header. The setDiskParts privcmd is used by Tasks which need to change partition information, since root permission is required to write to the disk's volume header. This privcmd should not be called directly from the command line. fx provides a much more robust user interface for accomplishing the same operations.
 sysadm/setisdnparm(1) -- configure ISDN and start ISDN deamon.
    Setisdnparm configures the ISDN options file and runs the ISDN deamon.
 sysadm/setlogopt(1) -- set system administration logging options
    setlogopt is a privileged command that sets options that control system administration logging. rotsize is the size in bytes that the log file /var/sysadm/salog is allowed to reach before it gets rotated to /var/sysadm/oldsalog. If -syslog is specified, messages in /var/sysadm/salog will be copied to syslogd(1M). -nosyslog turns off the copying of messages to syslogd.
 setmnt(1) -- establish mount table
    setmnt creates the /etc/mtab table, which is used by the mount(1M) and umount commands, among others. If given the -f option, it creates an alternate mtab. setmnt reads standard input and writes an entry in mtab(4) format for each line read. Input lines have the format: fsname dir where fsname is the name of the filesystem's special file (for example, /dev/dsk/dks?d?s?) and dir is the mountpoint of that filesystem. Thus, fsname and dir become the first two strings in the mount table entry....
 setmon(1) -- set the current and default video output format
    setmon changes the video output format to the one specified; it also specifies the default video format to be used at system power-up or graphics initialization. You must set the DISPLAY environment variable to the local machine (e.g. :0.0) so that any GL calls that setmon makes will occur on the local machine, and not over a network interface. If none of (-n, -x, -w) options are specified on the command line, then setmon will prompt for input to determine whether the format being loaded should ...
 sysadm/setNameServers(1) -- set nameserver entries in /etc/resolv.conf
    setNameServers is a privileged command that edits /etc/resolv.conf to contain the nameserver entries specified on the command line. After setNameServers runs, the only nameserver entries in /etc/resolv.conf will be those that were specified on the command line. Thus, if no nameserver entries are specified, all nameserver entries in /etc/resolv.conf will be removed. Between 0 and 3 nameservers can be specified on the command line....
 setPowerSaver(1) -- turns on powersave option, if monitor supports it
    setPowerSaver checks to see if the system's monitor supports the powersave option. If it is supported, setPowerSaver sets the powersave to a default of 1200 seconds (20 minutes). This program is intended to be run whenever the user logs into the system and has not (yet) chosen a custom screensaver. The Xsession.dt file executes setPowerSaver automatically; the program is not intended to be run on the command line by end users. If it is run in this way, it will simply reset the powersave timeout...
 setsym(1) -- set up a debug kernel for symbolic debugging
    setsym reads in the symbol table of the file filename and writes it back into an internal symbol table that is part of the filename .data section. The input file is intended to be a debug kernel. This internal symbol table is used by symmon(1M) for symbolic debugging of the kernel. Normally, filename is unix or unix.install. The -d flag Dump symbols from already processed file. The -e flag includes ELF symbols only (default is ELF & DWARF). Additional error messages can be seen with the -v flag....
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