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 spell(1) -- find spelling errors
    Spell collects words from the named documents, and looks them up in a spelling list. Words that neither occur among nor are derivable (by applying certain inflections, prefixes or suffixes) from words in the spelling list are printed on the standard output. If no files are named, words are collected from the standard input. Spell ignores most troff, tbl and eqn(1) constructions. Under the -v option, all words not literally in the spelling list are printed, and plausible derivations from spelling...
 splain(1) -- standalone program to do the same thing
    The diagnostics Pragma This module extends the terse diagnostics normally emitted by both the perl compiler and the perl interpeter, augmenting them with the more explicative and endearing descriptions found in the perldiag manpage. Like the other pragmata, it affects the compilation phase of your program rather than merely the execution phase. To use in your program as a pragma, merely invoke use diagnostics; at the start (or near the start) of your program. (Note that this does enable perl's ...
 split(1) -- split a file into pieces
    split reads an input file and writes it in one or more output files. The default size of each output file is 1000 lines. The size of the output files can be modified by -b and -l options. Each output file is created with a unique suffix. The suffix consists of exactly suffix_length lower-case letters from locale. The letters of the suffix are used as if they were a base-26 digit system, with the first suffix to be created consisting of all a characters, the second with...
 spoolserv(1) -- a print queue information daemon
    spoolserv responds to queries via its own protocol used to monitor and manipulate print queues. Currently the only client application is "Queue Master" for the Macintosh. This client allows users to check on jobs and move jobs between print queues, and remove jobs. The -a -u and -g options control administrator access. Administrator access allows users to manipulate jobs that they did not queue, as well as start and stop the queues. If the -a option is given, all users have administrator acces...
 spray(1) -- spray packets
    spray sends a one-way stream of packets to host using RPC, and then reports how many were received by host and what the transfer rate was. The hostname can be either a name or an Internet address.
 sprayd(1) -- spray server
    rpc.sprayd is a server that records the packets sent by spray(1M). The rpc.sprayd daemon is normally invoked by inetd(1M).
 squeeze(1) -- squeeze memory from the system
    squeeze will allocate a region of its virtual memory of a size given by its arguments, and lock that virtual memory down into real memory, thus making it unavailable to other processes. It can only be used by the superuser. The amount of memory locked is specified as an integer argument, in units given by the flag argument. By default it is in megabytes (-m flag). A flag of -p, implies that the amount is in pages; a flag of -k implies that the amount in kilobytes; and a flag of -% implies a perc...
 srchtxt(1) -- display contents of, or search for a text string in, message databases
    The srchtxt utility is used to display all the text strings in message databases, or to search for a text string in message databases [see mkmsgs(1)]. These databases are files in the directory /usr/lib/locale/locale/LC_MESSAGES [see setlocale(3C)], unless a file name given with the -m option contains a /. The directory locale can be viewed a...
 ssaver(1) -- customization panel for setting screen saver & power saver
    The ssaver customization panel allows the user to toggle the screen saver on or off, demo the available screen savers, and choose a new screen saver. In IRIX 6.2 and later releases, it also lets the user configure the power saver option available on some systems. This customization panel does not control the power saver settings that take effect when no one is logged into the console. To change these, edit (as root) the /usr/lib/X11/xdm/Xlogin file. See the xdm(1) reference page for more informa...
 sscord(1) -- explore working set behavior and generate cord feedback files
    sscord is a tool designed to allow a user to explore the working set behavior of an executable or shared library (DSO), and to construct a feedback file for use by cord to generate an executable with improved working-set behavior. sscord reads the executable or DSO given by executable, and generates a function list from it. It can import individual working-sets or the sets named in a working-set-list file; it can also import an existing order (feedback file). It shows the list of working sets, a...
 ssdoallexp(1) -- script to run all experiments, prof, ssdump, etc. on an executable
    ssdoallexp is a noship script will successively run ssdoexp using all of the supported experiments on the target executable with the provided arguments.
 ssdoexp(1) -- script to run an experiment, and invoke prof and ssdump on it
    ssdoexp is a noship script will run ssrun with the given experiment name, on the given executable, with its stout and stderr directed to a file named OUT.. It assumes that any executables needed have been built in the current directory, and will clean out any files with names that it might use for output. After the target runs, ssdoexp will check for a core dump, and, if found, will append a cvdump suummary of the crash to the file, as well as save the core file. Then, it will then run ...
 ssdump(1) -- print out the contents of SpeedShop performance experiment data files
    ssdump prints out the formatted contents of one or more SpeedShop performance experiment data files. Each of the files consists of a string of "beads", or count-key-data records. If any of the named files contain beads indicating additional data files, from descendant processes of the original run, those files will also be dumped. Options are used to control the printing of the files. -d Print detailed information for each bead. For compressed beads, the compressed form will be dumped. -D Prin...
 ssorder(1) -- compute and write cord feedback files from working set data
    ssorder is a tool designed to allow generation of a cord feedback file from the executable or DSO and a list of working set files, and weights, derived from measurements. ssorder is a command-line version of sscord; it generates identical feedback files, but can be run from a script. The theory and strategy for the computations involved is described in the man page for sscord(1), q.v.
 ssperf(1) -- SpeedShop Performance Analyzer
    Note: The version of ssperf in this release is not functional. PLEASE DO NOT USE. Use prof instead. ssperf presents a graphical display of the performance data gathered in a SpeedShop Performance experiment(s) whose output data is given by the command line arguments. The main window has a Experiment and status component, a Function List component, and a TimeLine component. The Experiment and Status-simply states the task or objective that the user selected for this experiment. The Function List-...
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