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 whoami(1) -- display the effective current username
    whoami displays the login name corresponding to the current effective user ID. If you have used su to temporarily adopt another user, whoami will report the login name associated with that user ID. whoami gets its information from the geteuid and getpwuid library routines (see getuid and getpwent, respectively)....
 whodo(1) -- who is doing what
    whodo produces formatted and dated output from information in the /var/adm/utmp and /tmp/.ps_data files. The display is headed by the date, time, and machine name. For each user logged in, device name, user-id, and login time is shown, followed by a list of active processes associated with the user-id. The list includes the device name, process-id, cpu minutes and seconds used, and process name.
 windows(1) -- customization panel for setting various 4Dwm resources
    The windows customization panel allows the user to set certain IRIX Interactive Desktop resources applicable to the SGI window manager (4Dwm). The following is a list of resources configurable via the windows customization panel: Toolchest Orientation (horizontal/vertical) Keyboard Focus (click to type/point to type) Display Windows Overview (on/off) Opaque Window Move (on/off) Auto Window Placement (on/off) Save Windows & Desks (continuously/explicitly) If Save Windows & Desks is set to Explici...
 winterm(1) -- provides a uniform interface for launching applications which need a window shell (terminal emulator)
    winterm is a shell script that runs an application in a shell window. It uses the environment variable $WINTERM to determine which kind of shell window to use. Terminal emulators supported are xwsh, wsh and xterm. If WINTERM is unset, winterm provides xwsh as a default. This script is used by fm(1) and toolchest(1X) when launching applications with teletype-style user interfaces. -name or -n name-string sets the winterm's application name, under which resources are to be obtained. The name stri...
 cat1/wishx(1) -- Tcl language interpreter with Tk
    Wishx is a minimal Tcl interpreter. By default it includes the standard Tcl(3Tcl) commands, the Extended TclX(3Tcl) commands, the Tk(3Tk) windowing toolkit, and the SGI specific dlopen(3) command. Common extensions can be added by doing an explicit open of a shared library containing the extensions with dlopen. Current included extensions include: tclMotif(3), tclSNMP(3), SybTcl(3), ProDB(3), tclSAUtils(3), TK(3), tkGLX(3), tkGLXAux(3), and tclObjectserver(3)....
 write(1) -- write to another user
    write copies lines from your terminal to that of another user. When first called, it sends the message: Message from yourname (tty??) [ date ]... to the person you want to talk to. When it has successfully completed the connection, it also sends two bells to your own terminal to indicate that what you are typing is being sent. The recipient of the message should write back at this point. Communication continues until an end of file is read from the terminal, an interrupt is sent, or the recipien...
 wsh(1) -- compatibility front end for xwsh
    The following table shows how to map the old style wsh command line arguments to the xwsh command line arguments: -C textcolor,pagecolor,hilitecolor,cursorbgcolor,selfg,selbg Use -fg, -bg, -bold, -cursorfg, -cursorbg, -selbg, -selfg. -E Use -holdonerror. -f font Use -fn "font". -F Use -xrm "XWsh.fixedSize: true". -H Use -hold. -l logfile Use -log "logfile". -L dev1,dev2 Use -listen "dev1,dev2". -m COLS,LINES Use -max COLSxLINES. -n name Use -name "name". -p x,y Use -geom +x-y. -r lines...
 X11/X(1) -- a portable, network-transparent window system
    X Window System servers run on computers with bitmap displays. The server distributes user input to and accepts output requests from various client programs through a variety of different interprocess communication channels. Although the most common case is for the client programs to be running on the same machine as the server, clients can be run transparently from other machines (including machines with different architectures and operating systems) as well. X supports overlapping hierarchical...
 xactl(1) -- extended accounting control
    The xactl command is used to query or modify extended accounting behavior on a running system. The particular operation to be performed is specified by subcommand, which may be in upper, lower or mixed case. The valid subcommands are: allownew Permits any member of an array session to start a new array session using the newarraysess(2) system call. The handle of the array session is specified with the -ash option. The user must be privileged to invoke this subcommand. Notice that it is normally ...
 xargs(1) -- construct argument list(s) and execute command
    xargs constructs a command line consisting of the command and initial- arguments operands specified followed by as many arguments read in sequence from standard input as will fit in length and number constraints specified by the options. xargs then invokes the constructed command line and waits for its completion. This sequence is repeated until an end-of-file condition is detected on standard input or an invocation of a constructed command line returns an exit stat...
 X11/xauth(1) -- X authority file utility
    The xauth program is used to edit and display the authorization information used in connecting to the X server. This program is usually used to extract authorization records from one machine and merge them in on another (as is the case when using remote logins or granting access to other users). Commands (described below) may be entered interactively, on the xauth command line, or in scripts. Note that this program does not contact the X server except when the generate command is used. Normally ...
 X11/xbiff(1) -- mailbox flag for X
    The xbiff program displays a little image of a mailbox. When there is no mail, the flag on the mailbox is down. When mail arrives, the flag goes up and the mailbox beeps. By default, pressing any mouse button in the image forces xbiff to remember the current size of the mail file as being the ``empty'' size and to lower the flag. This program is nothing more than a wrapper around the Athena Mailbox widget....
 xbstat(1) -- monitor Crossbow (Xbow) traffic
    xbstat monitors the traffic from and to each of the active slots of the Crossbow (Xbow) i/o interconnect. It reports the total number of micropackets sent from and received at each link. It also reports the LLP retries at each link. The -d devname option specifies which Crossbow to monitor in a multiCrossbow system. devname should be a valid Xtalk monitor point under the /hw graph. If the devname is not explicitly specified, xbstat monitors /dev/xbmon by default. The -t sec option determines the...
 X11/xcalc(1) -- scientific calculator for X
    xcalc is a scientific calculator desktop accessory that can emulate a TI-30 or an HP-10C.
 X11/xcalendar(1) -- calendar with a notebook for X11
    xcalendar is a simple interactive calendar program with a notebook capability. It is built on the X Toolkit and the Athena or Motif Widgets (compile time option). If month and year are not provided on the command line they are assumed to be current.
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