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 timeserver(1) -- time server daemon for Macintoshes running KTime
    timeserver responds to queries from the Macintosh Chooser rdev 'K-Time'. This rdev is used to set the clock on the Mac so that its time matches the UNIX machine's time. If no name is give, the machine's hostname is used. If the -D option is used, timeserver stays in the foreground and prints debugging information about activity,
 timeslave(1) -- 'slave' local clock to a better one
    Timeslave matches the clock in the local machine to a better clock. It does this by speeding up or slowing down the local clock, or if the local clock is particularly wrong, by changing the date. When the date is changed, because the difference is too great to correct smoothly, timeslave logs the event in the system log. Timeslave understands several options: -H netmaster specifies the hostname or Internet address of another machine that has a better clock or that has, in turn, slaved its clock ...
 timex(1) -- time a command; report process data and system activity
    The given command is executed; the elapsed time, user time and system time spent in execution are reported in seconds. Optionally, process accounting data for the command and all its children can be listed or summarized, and total system activity during the execution interval can be reported. The output of timex is written on standard error. Options are: -p List process accounting records for command and all its children. Suboptions f, h, k, m, r, and t modify the data items reported. The option...
 tlink(1) -- clone a file tree using symbolic links
    Tlink creates a directory tree rooted at target identical to the directory tree rooted at source, populating the directories in the target tree with symbolic links to corresponding files under the source tree. If optional paths are supplied after source and target, only the subtrees named by concatenating each path with source are linked under target. The -c (clean) option causes tlink to walk the target tree removing any directory which lacks a counterpart in the source tree, any symbolic link ...
 sysadm/toggleSystemTunes(1) -- set speaker volume during startup
    toggleSystemTunes is a privileged command that controls the speaker volume during boot up. This controls the startup, shutdown, and bad graphics tunes. toggleSystemTunes uses the nvram(1M) command to set the value of the volume variable.
 togglexhost(1) -- toggle X server access control
    The togglexhost utility turns on or off access control for the local X server, running the xhost(1) command with the appropriate argument and posting a feedback dialog to the user. It requires one argument: + The plus symbol enables remote display (disables access control), allowing X display access to any remote host. - The minus symbol disables remote display (enables access control), preventing X display access to remote hosts. The script can be run from the toolchest (System > Utilities > Di...
 toolchest(1) -- utility menu program
    The toolchest program displays a list of buttons, each of which can invoke a useful command or present a submenu of additional buttons. The standard set of menu buttons in the IRIX Interactive Desktop toolchest is Desktop, Selected, Find, System, and Help. Each menu provides lists of useful commands for running top-level window management programs (in conjunction with 4Dwm), desk utilities, search utilities, system administration functions, or documentation-displaying programs....
 top(1) -- display and update information about the top cpu processes
    Top displays the top processes on the system and periodically updates this information. If standard output is an intelligent terminal (see below) then as many processes as will fit on the terminal screen are displayed by default. Otherwise, a good number of them are shown (around 20). Raw cpu percentage is used to rank the processes. If number is given, then the top number processes will be displayed instead of the default. Top makes a distinction between terminals that support advanced capabili...
 topology(1) -- machine topology information
    Machine topology information is extracted from the hardware graph. The output of the topology command is not guaranteed to remain constant between releases. The topology command is an editable script that can be customized by the end user.
 touch(1) -- update access and modification times of a file
    touch causes the access and modification times of each argument to be updated. The file name is created if it does not exist. If no time is specified [see date(1)] the current time is used. The -a and -m options cause touch to update only the access or modification times respectively (default is -am). The -c option silently prevents touch from creating the file if it did not previously exist. The -r option causes touch to...
 to_dos(1) -- convert text files between MSDOS and UNIX
    to_dos converts a UNIX text file into a MSDOS text file by appending a control-M character at the end of each line and a control-Z character at the end of the file. to_unix converts a MSDOS text file into a UNIX text file by stripping trailing control-M and control-Z characters. Both commands can take zero, one, or two arguments. If no arguments are given, the commands act as a filter, taking input from stdin and writing the modified file to stdout. When a single argument is specified, the argum...
 to_imap(1) -- copy mail folders to Netscape Messenger IMAP location
    to_imap copies files and directories from a specified folder directory such as $HOME/Mail or $HOME/nsmail, to the IMAP folder directory, typically $HOME/imap. Use this program if you will be using the IMAP server from University of Washington. This server can be found in the June 1998 Edition of SGI Freeware. Do not use this program if you will be using Netscape Messaging Server because the folder structure is different in the Netscape Messaging Server. If the current folders are not on the same...
 tput(1) -- initialize a terminal or query terminfo database
    tput uses the terminfo database to make the values of terminal-dependent capabilities and information available to the shell (see sh(1)), to initialize or reset the terminal, or return the long name of the requested terminal type. tput outputs a string if the attribute (capability name) is of type string, or an integer if the attribute is of type integer. If the attribute is of type boolean, tput simply sets the exit code (0 fo...
 tr(1) -- translate characters
    tr copies the standard input to the standard output with substitution or deletion of selected characters. Input characters found in string1 are mapped into the corresponding characters of string2. tr processes supplementary code set characters according to the locale specified in the LC_CTYPE environment variable [see LANG on environ(5)]. Searches and translations are performed on characters, not bytes. The following options are s...
 traceroute(1) -- print the route packets take to a network host
    The Internet is a large and complex aggregation of network hardware, connected by gateways. Tracking the route your packets follow (or finding the miscreant gateway that's discarding your packets) can be difficult. traceroute utilizes the IP protocol ``time-to-live'' (TTL) field and attempts to elicit an ICMP TIME_EXCEEDED response from each gateway along the path to some host. The only mandatory parameter is the destination host name or IP address. The default probe datagram length is 40 byt...
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