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 settime(1) -- change the access and modification dates of files
    settime sets the access and modification dates for one or more files. The dates are set to the specified date, or to the access and modification dates of the file specified via -f. Exactly one of these methods must be used to specify the new date(s). The first mm is the month number; dd is the day number in the month; hh is the hour number (24 hour system); the second mm is the minute number; yy is the last two digits of the year and is optional. For example: se<...
 sysadm/setupMacPrinters(1) -- install a Macintosh or PC printer.
    setupMacPrinters is a privileged command that installs a printer connected to a Macintosh or a NetWare server. After the installation, the installed printer can be administered by the Printer Manager and will work like a general printer connected to an SGI machine. The Macintosh or NetWare server needs to be on the same network as the SGI machine. The printerInfo string includes all the configuration information needed in the installation. If it is a Macintosh printer, printerInfo should have an...
 X11/setxkbmap(1) -- set the keyboard using the X Keyboard Extension
    The setxkbmap command maps the keyboard to use the layout deterined by the options specified on the command line. An XKB keymap is constructed from a number of components which are compiled only as needed. The source for all of the components can be found in /usr/lib/X11/xkb.
 X11/setxkeymap(1) -- set the keyboard map using a compiled keymap file
    The setxkeymap command maps all of the keys on the keyboard to use the layout specified in a keymap file; keymap files normally have a .xkm extension. The directory /usr/lib/X11/input/PC contains about a dozen keymaps for the Indy and Indigo^2, while /usr/lib/X11/input/SGI contains keymaps for all older machines. In IRIX5.1 and later, the directory /var/X11/input is symbolically linked to the appropriate machine dependent directory. If the specified keymap file is not found, setxkeymap tries add...
 set_vacation(1) -- turn on vacation for Netscape Messenger
    set_vacation creates a default vacation message for when you will be away from the office and sets up the .forward file to activate the vacation program. set_vacation will launch the jot editor to allow you to customize the message sent to users when you are gone and sets a default interval of 7 days. PPPPaaaaggggeeee 1111
 dmedia/sfconvert(1) -- convert soundfiles
    sfconvert converts a soundfile to another soundfile of a different file format or data format. If invoked with no arguments, sfconvert displays help. The default conversion is to the same format. So, the following invocation: sfconvert in.snd out.snd Is basically like "cp in.snd out.snd," except that it will not copy comments or undocumented chunks found in the input file to the output file. If invoked with a pair of filenames and some output keywords, sfconvert will attempt to open 'infile'...
 dmedia/sfinfo(1) -- display soundfile information
    sfinfo reports information about the soundfile(s) specified. If invoked with no arguments, it will display help. If invoked like: sfinfo flute.aif It will give you info in the format: Filename: flute.aif File Format: Audio Interchange File Format (aiff) Size: 32100 sample frames, 0.73 seconds, 64.6 Kbytes. Format: 1 channel 16-bit integer (2's complement, big endian) file. Sampling Rate: 44.100 kHz. Data begins at offset 402 (192 hex). If you specify the -short (-s) option, sfinfo reports infor...
 dmedia/sfkeywords(1) -- soundfile keywords used in sfinfo, sfplay, and sfconvert
    These keywords are used in situations where information about a soundfile format is needed, such as in sfconvert: sfconvert in.snd out.aif format aiff integer 16 2 chan 2 Specifies a stereo, 16-bit (2's complement signed) integer aiff file. Note that some keywords, such as 'integer', require parameters. These parameters can also be abbreviated, except for the parameter of the 'format' keyword. The 'format' keyword specifies the file format. Currently supported file formats are: aiff Audio...
 dmedia/sfplay(1) -- play soundfile
    sfplay plays the given soundfile(s). It will play files in many formats not supported by the audio hardware, by automatically converting the data as it is played. If invoked with no arguments, sfplay will display help. By default, sfplay ignores any file specified that is not a valid soundfile, reporting no error. The -reporterror (-r) option tells sfplay to report an error in this case. It is often useful to see information about soundfiles as they are played. The -printinfo option prints this ...
 sgihelp(1) -- The Silicon Graphics Help Viewer
    sgihelp is an online help viewer. This viewer provides an easy-to-use interface which allows the user to browse through help information that is distributed from Silicon Graphics. sgihelp is based on the insight(1) on-line viewing technology. The content for the help information that is displayed is derived from the insight(1) books. sgihelp is an application that gets started only when a request is made for "help". A user should never have to start sgihelp from the commandline, unless it is u...
 sgimeeting(1) -- Desktop Collaboration tool
    sgimeeting is a desktop collaboration tool that allows for data conferencing between IRIX desktops and other T.120 compliant applications such as Microsoft NetMeeting and PictureTel LiveShare Plus. sgimeeting provides T.128 application sharing, T.127 file transfer, T.126 whiteboarding, and Microsoft NetMeeting proprietary whiteboarding, chat and shared clipboards. The sgimeeting program contains extensive online help and user guide. Please read the SGImeeting online User's Guide available from ...
 cat1/sgitcl(1) -- Tcl shell for SGI
    Build the .so using the -shared option to ld or cc. Make sure that the build line references all libraries that are needed by the extension library; for example, Tk requires "-lX11 -lc -lm". Adding the -no_unresolved flag will ensure that there are no unresolvable symbols which will probably save you time later. Many of the TCL packages come with a makefile that builds a .a archive which can be given to ld to build the shared object. If not, you'll need to identify what object files need to b...
 sgi_use_anyaddr(1) -- disable reserved range for auto-placed mappings
    sgi_use_anyaddr executes command with the reserved range of the virtual address space (from 0x30000000 to 0x40000000) disabled. Normally, the kernel does not auto-place mappings made by mmap(2) and shmat(2) in the reserved range. By disabling the reserved range with sgi_use_anyaddr, the kernel is permitted to use any available virtual address for mapping requests made by command. sgi_use_anyaddr is implemented by invoking syssgi(2) with request parameter...
 sh(1) -- a standard/restricted command and programming language
    Note: As of IRIX 6.4, sh is the Korn shell rather than the Bourne shell. See bsh(1) for the Bourne Shell description. See the COMPATIBILITY ISSUES section below for more detail. sh is a command and programming language that executes commands read from a terminal or a file. /usr/lib/rsh is a restricted version of the standard command interpreter sh; it is used to set up login names and execution environments whose capabilities are more controlled than those of the standard shell. S...
 sysadm/sharefinder(1) -- locate shared resources on other workstations
    sharefinder displays a user interface for accessing shared resources on remote workstations. Three catagories of information are displayed: shared directories, shared removable media devices, and shared printers. The list of shared directories is obtained from the getExportList(1M) privileged command. getExportList uses the mountd(1M) protocol to query the remote workstation for its shared directories. The list of shared removable media devices is obtained from mediad(1M) running on the remote w...
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