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 sysadm/sharefs(1) -- enable a filesystem/directory to be accessible by another host.
    Sharefs enables a filesystem/directory to be accessible by another host. It is also known as exporting.
 sysadm/sharemgr(1) -- shared resource manager
    The Shared Resource Manager displays the directories, removable media devices, and printers on your workstation that are shared over the network with other workstations. The directories displayed by sharemgr are those which have been exported via nfs using the exportfs(1M) command. The removable media devices are those which have been shared via mediad(1M). Printers are displayed if remote workstations are allowed to print to your printers, which is controlled by the rhosts(4) file for the lp ac...
 sysadm/sharePrinters(1) -- share local printers with remote hosts.
    sharePrinters is a privileged command that enables the sharing of local printers by editing the .rhosts file for the "lp" user account. When "lp" on one IRIS can rlogin(1C) to the "lp" account on another IRIS, the first IRIS can then forward print jobs to the second IRIS. When the -all option is used, /var/spool/lp/.rhosts is edited to contain one line with the single character '+'. This enables remote access for all hosts. When the -hosts option is used, /var/spool/lp/.rhosts is edited ...
 sysadm/shareRemovableMedia(1) -- share a removable media device
    shareRemovableMedia is a privileged command that shares a removable media device with other systems on the network. After running shareRemovableMedia, device will be accessible via mediad(1M) on remote workstations.
 share_inst(1) -- diskless software installation tools
    Share_inst , client_inst , and clone_client are tools that install the system software for diskless workstations. Share_inst installs the portion of the IRIX operating system that diskless workstations can share. This shared software is known as the share tree. A share tree can contain only one IRIX release; a separate share tree must be installed for each additional IRIX release that clients require. Client_inst installs the software that is used exclusively by an individual diskless client. Th...
 share_setup(1) -- diskless software installation tools
    Share_setup , client_setup , and verify are tools that help create proper configuration files for diskless installation. Configuration files are fed into share_inst(1M), client_inst(1M), and clone_client(1M) so that installation tools will know the hardware information for the machines that will act as diskless clients. Share_setup allows a user to interactively create a configuration file for a share tree while client_setup allows the same for a client tree configuration file. Verify is a progr...
 showcase(1) -- Basic drawing and presentation tool
    IRIS Showcase is a mixed media presentation system. It's very useful for creating interactive or printed presentations, short documents, onlinehelp systems and much more. Showcase allows you to integrate 2D drawings, text, raster images, 3D models, and audio. By default, showcase displays a blank page, the Master Gizmo and the Status Gizmo. The Master Gizmo has a palette of objects that can be created on the page. These objects include text, 3D scenes, images, audio, filled and unfilled rectang...
 showfiles(1) -- show files belonging to installed products
    showfiles is a tool used to list files belonging to installed software products. The -f option can be used to list files in a software distribution packaged in the inst(1M) archive format. Current command-line options are: product List only files belonging to the given product(s). -- file List only files matching the specified file expression(s), which must follow the -- argument. Filename expressions are those described in regexp(5), with special treatment of the asterisk * and period . charact...
 X11/showfont(1) -- font dumper for X font server
    Showfont displays data about the font that matches the given pattern. The wildcard character "*" may be used to match any sequence of characters (including none), and "?" to match any single character. If no pattern is given, "*" is assumed. The "*" and "?" characters must be quoted to prevent them from being expanded by the shell.
 showmount(1) -- show all remote NFS mounts
    showmount lists all the clients that have remotely mounted a filesystem from host (or the local host if host is not given). This information is maintained by the mountd(1M) server on host, and is saved across crashes in the file /etc/rmtab.
 showprods(1) -- show products installed on system
    showprods is a tool used to list products installed, previously installed, or present on a distribution. The prods arguments specifies which products are to be listed. If no products are specified, all products are listed. showprods lists only products listed in the database used by the inst or swmgr commands. The command line options are: -a List all products, not just products currently installed (default is to list only installed products). -D depth List products down to the specified depth (...
 X11/showrgb(1) -- uncompile an rgb color-name database
    The showrgb program reads an rgb color-name database compiled for use with the dbm database routines and converts it back to source form, printing the result to standard output. The default database is the one that X was built with, and may be overridden on the command line. Specify the database name without the .pag or .dir suffix.
 shutdown(1) -- shut down system, change system state
    This command is executed by the superuser to change the state of the machine. By default, it brings the system down into the PROM monitor. The command sends a warning message and a final message before it starts actual shutdown activities. By default, the command asks for confirmation before it starts shutting down daemons and killing processes. The options are used as follows: -y Pre-answers the confirmation question so the command can be run without user intervention. A default of 60 seconds i...
 sid(1) -- print the current array session handle and/or project ID
    sid displays the array session handle and the project ID and name of the array session that the current process belongs to. -a Reports only the array session handle of the current array session, printed as a 16-digit hexadecimal number preceded by "0x". -p Reports only the project ID of the current array session. -P Reports all of the project IDs for which the current user is authorized, each separated by a space. -n Reports project names instead of numeric pro...
 single(1) -- switch the system to single-user mode
    single switches the system to single-user mode and turns the gettys off. single is a shell script that invokes /etc/telinit.
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