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 uniq(1) -- report repeated lines in a file
    uniq reads the input file comparing adjacent lines. In the normal case, the second and succeeding copies of repeated lines are removed; the remainder is written on the output file. Input and output should always be different. Note that repeated lines must be adjacent in order to be found; see sort(1). If the -u flag is used, just the lines that are not repeated in the original file are output. The -d option specifies that one copy of just the repeated lines is...
 units(1) -- conversion program
    units converts quantities expressed in various standard scales to their equivalents in other scales. It works interactively in this fashion: You have: inch You want: cm * 2.540000e+00 / 3.937008e-01 A quantity is specified as a multiplicative combination of units optionally preceded by a numeric multiplier. Powers are indicated by suffixed positive integers, division by the usual sign: You have: 15 lbs force/in2 You want:...
 sysadm/unmonitorRemovableMedia(1) -- disable mediad monitoring of a device
    unmonitorRemovableMedia is a privileged command that tellls mediad(1M) to stop monitoring device.
 sysadm/unschedBackup(1) -- unschedule a backup
    unschedBackup is a privileged command that uses at(1) to unschedule backups scheduled to occur once at a later time and cron(1M) to unschedule recurring backups. See the backup(1M) man page for information on how backups are scheduled.
 unset_vacation(1) -- turn off vacation for Netscape Messenger
    unset_vacation will disable the vacation program. PPPPaaaaggggeeee 1111
 sysadm/unsharefs(1) -- remove a filesystem from the accessable list.
    Unsharefs removes a filesystem from the export list so that it is no longer accessable by another host.
 sysadm/unsharePrinters(1) -- stop sharing local printers with remote hosts.
    unsharePrinters is a privileged command that disables the sharing of local printers by removing the .rhosts file for the "lp" user account. Additionally, if the "lp" account has no password, '*' is written into the password field for the "lp" account in /etc/passwd. This prevents the "lp" account on other hosts from being able to rlogin(3C) to the local "lp" account, which disables printer sharing....
 sysadm/unshareRemovableMedia(1) -- stop sharing a removable media device
    unshareRemovableMedia is a privileged command that stops a removable media device from being shared with other systems on the network. After running unshareRemovableMedia, device will not be accessible via mediad(1M) on remote workstations.
 uopt(1) -- MIPS Ucode Global Optimizer
    uopt, the MIPS ucode optimizer, reads the input binary ucode file, performs optimization on an intra-procedural, global basis and outputs the optimized binary ucode file. It checks the version stamp of the ucode file, and if it does not correspond to its own stamp, a warning message will be printed. By convention, unoptimized binary ucode files have the extension .B and optimized binary ucode files have the extension .O, but uopt does not force this convention on the user. The string file is use...
 sysadm/updateclogin(1) -- update the graphical login configuration file
    Updateclogin updates the /var/sysadm/config/clogin.conf file. The configuration file customizes the behavior of clogin(1), including not displaying icons for certain users, displaying generic icons vs. images, etc.
 updbootparam(1) -- NIS bootparams database update program
    updbootparam, which runs on an NIS master only, is the NIS bootparams(4) update program that modifies the database upon request. An update request is sent from yp_bootparam(1M) command using an RPC call. updbootparam is invoked indirectly by the RPC daemon rpc.ypupdated(1M) via an intermediate makefile updaters(4). updbootparam is designed to be used in the makefile updaters. The parameter bootparams-file is the bootparams file used in the NIS database makefile, /var/yp/Makefile. Usually, it is ...
 uptime(1) -- show how long system has been up
    Uptime prints the current time, the length of time the system has been up, and the average number of jobs in the run queue over the last 1, 5 and 15 minutes. It is, essentially, the first line of a w(1) command.
 X11/userenv(1) -- print user's login environment
    userenv executes a user's login shell, finds the resulting environment, and then prints to stdout commands such as PATH=mypath; export PATH which can be eval'ed by /bin/sh in order to set the environment. Userenv starts an interactive shell. Before executing the shell, it sets the environment variable ENVONLY equal to 1. Thus, when your login scripts are executed as a result of userenv, they will execute fastest if, after seeing that ENVONLY = 1, they do very little except for setting the envi...
 sysadm/UserManager(1) -- User Accounts Manager
    Managers display information about your system and provide access to interactive guides (also called tasks) that let you administer your system. The User Manager displays a list of the user accounts currently on the system and gives you access to related guides. In the Manager window, you can open a guide by choosing its name from the Task menu or by clicking its button at the bottom of the window....
 uucheck(1) -- check the uucp directories and permissions file
    uucheck checks for the presence of the uucp system required files and directories. Within the uucp makefile, it is executed before the installation takes place. It also checks for some obvious errors in the Permissions file (/etc/uucp/Permissions). When executed with the -v option, it gives a detailed explanation of how the uucp programs will interpret the Permissions file. The -x option is used for debugging. debug_level is a single digit in the range 1-9; the higher the value, the greater the ...
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