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 uadmin(1) -- administrative control
    The uadmin command provides control for basic administrative functions. This command is tightly coupled to the System Administration procedures and is not intended for general use. It can be invoked only by a privileged user. The arguments cmd (command) and fcn (function) are converted to integers and passed to the uadmin(2) system call.
 uconv(1) -- convert FORTRAN unformatted file
    uconv converts a FORTRAN unformatted data file either from IRIS Series 2000 or IRIS Series 3000 FORTRAN form to IRIS-4D Series FORTRAN form, or vice versa. uconv allows FORTRAN users to port their otherwise nonportable data files opened as FORM="UNFORMATTED". The uconv command has the following options: -i Identifies the input file as an IRIS Series 2000 or IRIS Series 3000 FORTRAN unformatted data file. This is the default. Note: the -c option may not be specified with this option. -c Identif...
 uil(1) -- The user interface language compiler
    The uilcommand invokes the UIL compiler. The User Interface Language (UIL) is a specification language for describing the initial state of a user interface for a Motif application. The specification describes the objects (menus, dialog boxes, labels, push buttons, and so on) used in the interface and specifies the routines to be called when the interface changes state as a result of user interaction. file Specifies the file to be compiled through the UIL compiler. options Specifies one or more o...
 ul(1) -- underline
    The ul command reads the named filenames (or the standard input if none are given) and translates occurrences of underscores to the sequence which indicates underlining for the terminal in use, as specified by the environment variable TERM. ul uses the appropriate /usr/share/lib/terminfo file to determine the character sequences for underlining. If the terminal is incapable of underlining, but is capable...
 ulimit(1) -- set or report file size limit
    The ulimit utility sets or reports the file-size writing limit imposed on files written by the shell and its child processes (files of any size may be read). Only a process with appropriate privileges can increase the limit.
 umask(1) -- set file-creation mode mask
    The user file-creation mode mask is set to ooo. The three octal digits refer to read/write/execute permissions for owner, group, and others, respectively (see chmod(2) and umask(2)). The value of each specified digit is subtracted from the corresponding ``digit'' specified by the system for the creation of a file (see creat(2)). For example, umask 022 removes group and others write permission (files normally created with mode 777 become mode 755; files created with mode 666 become mode 644). I...
 umerge(1) -- Ucode Inliner
    umerge, the ucode inliner, reads the input binary ucode file into an input ucode buffer. An output ucode buffer is then allocated. umerge then makes a pass over the input ucode buffer to collect information and build data structures, including the program call graph. This pass also copies all top-level non-procedure ucode to the output buffer. It then analyzes the data structures to decide what to do for the output ucode. Finally, it copies the code from the input buffer to the output buffer acc...
 sysadm/umountfs(1) -- unmount a filesystem.
    Umountfs unmounts a filesystem. -a indicates that all filesystems should be unmounted -d fsMountPoint specifies the mount point of the filesystem to be unmounted -r indicates that the specified entry is to be removed from /etc/fstab -s netwareServerName specifies the name of the netware server containing the filesystem to be unmounted
 unalias(1) -- remove alias definitions
    The unalias utility removes the definition for each alias name specified. The aliases are removed from the current shell execution environment.
 uname(1) -- identify the current IRIX system
    uname prints information that identifies the current IRIX system to standard output. The string IRIX64 is printed on systems that support 64-bit addressing (pointers); also see the KERN_POINTERS argument to sysconf(1). The options cause selected information returned by uname(2) to be printed: -a Behave as though all of the options -mnrsv were specified. -m Print the machine hardware name. This is the type of CPU board that the system is running on, e.g. IP22. -n Print the hostname or nodename. T...
 uncompvm(1) -- expand a compressed IRIX vmcore dump of the operating system
    uncompvm expands IRIX vmcore.n.comp files into standard vmcore.n files. Under some circumstances, an IRIX operating system core dump may be made in a special compressed format. Running file(1) on a vmcore.n.comp file yields something like the following: vmcore.0.comp: IRIX vmcore dump of 'IRIX abu stever-j 03080214 IP19' uncompvm without any command-line options uncompresses these into files of up to the size of the physical memory on the system that created the dump. For this reason, it may n...
 unconfigks(1) -- unconfiguration program for K-Spool
    The unconfigks program unconfigures printers that were configured with the configks(1m) utility. It removes the printer(s) from /etc/printcap, kills any daemons and prompts the user to remove appropriate spool directories. If the configuration was modified by hand after it was created with configks(1m), some parts may have to be removed by hand. The unconfigks program will inform the user if this is necessary....
 unexpand(1) -- convert spaces to tabs
    The unexpand utility copies files or the standard input to the standard output, converting blank characters at the beginning of each line into the maximum number of tab characters followed by the minimum number of space characters needed to fill the same column positions originally filled by the translated blank characters. By default, tabstops are set at every eighth column position. Each backspace character is copied to the output, and causes the column position count for tab calculations to b...
 unget(1) -- undo a previous get of an SCCS file
    unget undoes the effect of a get -e done prior to creating the intended new delta. If a directory is named, unget behaves as though each file in the directory were specified as a named file, except that non-SCCS files and unreadable files are silently ignored. If a name of - is given, the standard input is read with each line being taken as the name of an SCCS file to be processed. Keyletter arguments apply independently to each named file. -rSID Uniquely identifies which delta is no longer inte...
 unifdef(1) -- strip or reduce ifdefs in C code
    Unifdef reads C source files and prints all input lines except those excluded by #ifdef constructs that refer to specified identifiers. The -D option defines name as a macro with the value 1, causing unifdef to simplify #ifdef name Included text #else Excluded text #endif to just Included text and contrariwise for #ifndef. The -U option works like -D except that name is undefined, so the #ifdef above would simplify to Excluded text -Dname=string causes unifdef to replace occurrences of name with...
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