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 trcore(1) -- truncate a crash vmcore dump of the operating system
    trcore will truncate file1 or copy file1 to file2 truncated to trunc_level. If file2 is not supplied, then file1 is truncated in place. There is a three second delay after the warning message is printed to abort the operation. Aborting any time before the end of execution will leave file1 intact. The resulting file ( file1 or file2) will be equivalent to a crash vmcore dump written at a lower dump level. The equivalent dump level is specified by trunc_level. The following options apply to trcore...
 true(1) -- provide truth values
    true does nothing, successfully. false does nothing, unsuccessfully. They are typically used in input to sh such as: while true do command done
 tsarchive(1) -- renames log file
    The tsarchive command renames the tspd.log log file in the /var/spool/ts/pd/log directory so that the file can be archived. A cron job executes the command daily in the /var/spool/cron/crontabs/root directory, and the file is renamed if the file size is greater than 1024000 bytes. The file is renamed ...
 tsdaemon(1) -- starts tape support
    The tsdaemon command starts tape support. If you configure a system to do so, it is started during the system boot. To modify the exiting tape support personality-daemon definitions after tsdaemon has been started, send signal 17 to tsdaemon to request that it read a new configuration. tsdaemon rereads the configuration file specified at startup and modifies its personality-daemon information. The exi...
 tserrpt(1) -- prints selected records
    The tserrpt command prints selected records from the /var/spool/ts/pd/log/tspd.log file. If one or more record-selection options are specified, records matching all the specified options are selected. If no record-selection options are specified, all records are selected. file specifies an input file that you want to search for records. The special filename, '-', specifies stand...
 tset(1) -- terminal dependent initialization
    Tset causes terminal dependent processing such as setting erase and kill characters, setting or resetting delays, and the like. It first determines the type of terminal involved, names for which are specified by the /usr/lib/terminfo data base, and then does necessary initializations and mode settings. In the case where no argument types are specified, tset simply reads the terminal type out of the environment variable TERM and re-initializes the terminal. The rest of this manual concerns itself...
 tsort(1) -- topological sort
    The tsort command produces on the standard output a totally ordered list of items consistent with a partial ordering of items mentioned in the input file. If no file is specified, the standard input is understood. The input consists of pairs of items (nonempty strings) separated by blanks. Pairs of different items indicate ordering. Pairs of identical items indicate presence, but not ordering.
 tsset(1) -- sets option values in personality daemon
    The tsset command sets option values in a personality daemon. These option settings override those set in the personality-daemon configuration file, /etc/config/tspd.config. The options set by tsset remain in effect until they are reset by another tsset command. The command currently supports one option, the tracing enabled setting. For more information on the personality-daemon conf...
 tsstop(1) -- stops tape support
    The tsstop command stops tape support or one of the personality daemons. When a personality daemon is terminated, the tape support driver terminates all users with the device file open and prevents further opens of the device until all current users have closed the device file. The tsstop command accepts the following options: -a Terminates tape support. This option stops the entire system including all personality daemons. -d pathname Terminates t...
 ttcp(1) -- test TCP and UDP performance
    Ttcp times the transmission and reception of data between two systems using the UDP or TCP protocols. It differs from common ``blast'' tests, which tend to measure the remote inetd as much as the network performance, and which usually do not allow measurements at the remote end of a UDP transmission. For testing, the transmitter should be started with -t and -s after the receiver has been started with -r and -s. Tests lasting at least tens of seconds should be used to obtain accurate measureme...
 tty(1) -- get the name of the terminal
    tty prints the path name of the user's terminal. -l prints the synchronous line number to which the user's terminal is connected, if it is on an active synchronous line. -s inhibits printing of the terminal path name, allowing one to test just the exit code. EXIT CODES 2 if invalid options were specified, 0 if standard input is a terminal, 1 otherwise.
 X11/twm(1) -- Tab Window Manager for the X Window System
    Twm is a window manager for the X Window System. It provides titlebars, shaped windows, several forms of icon management, user-defined macro functions, click-to-type and pointer-driven keyboard focus, and user-specified key and pointer button bindings. This program is usually started by the user's session manager or startup script. When used from xdm(1) or xinit(1) without a session manager, twm is frequently executed in the foreground as the last client. When run this way, exiting twm causes t...
 type(1) -- write a description of command type
    The type utility indicates how each argument would be interpreted if used as a command name.
 X11/type1xfonts(1) -- build X style font directory for Type1 fonts
    type1xfonts is a utility normally run during the installation process which creates a Type1 font directory suitable for use with the X server or font server. Symbolic links are made to Type1 fonts elsewhere on the system and a fonts.scale file is created. After the links are made, type1xfonts will run mkfontdir to generate the necessary fonts.dir file. If some condition exists that prevents type1xfonts from effectively generating a directory, the utility at least attempts to create a fonts.dir f...
 typeCache(1) -- fill desktop type cache for a directory
    In order to improve performance, the IRIX Interactive Desktop automatically maintains a cache of ftr types for all of the directories that are viewed with fm or dirview. The typeCache utility can be used to "pre-fill" this cache for the specified directory.
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