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 bufview(1) -- file system buffer cache activity monitor
    bufview displays periodic information about the file system buffer cache. It is modeled after the program top(1) which displays information about running processes.
 buildppd(1) -- build a PPD file for a printer
    The buildppd program constructs a PPD (PostScript Printer Description) file for the specified printer in the current directory. The PPD file is used by a variety of programs (including papserver(1m), textps(1), and imagetops(1) ) to determine the capabilities of the printer. buildppd first queries the printer for its "Product", and attempts to select the correct PPD from /usr/adm/appletalk/ppds. If this is not possible, it will try to build a simple PPD by querying the printer. The PPD file bu...
 c2ph(1) -- Dump C structures as generated from cc -g -S stabs
    The following is the old c2ph.doc documentation by Tom Christiansen Date: 25 Jul 91 08:10:21 GMT Once upon a time, I wrote a program called pstruct. It was a perl program that tried to parse out C structures and display their member offsets for you. This was especially useful for people looking at binary dumps or poking around the kernel. Pstruct was not a pretty program. Neither was it particularly robust. The problem, you see, was that the C compiler was much better at parsi...
 cached(1) -- monitor single bit secondary cache errors.
    cached monitors the number of single bit errors in the secondary cache of each cpu. It reports the number of single bit errors encountered on any cpu each time it runs. The -s size parameter determines the size of the cpu secondary cache in bytes. If no value is specified, the default value of 4194304 (4 MB) is used. The -S delay parameter indicates the amount of time to wait each time between examining the secondary caches. This delay is in seconds and the default is 3600 seconds (one hour). Th...
 cal(1) -- print calendar
    cal prints a calendar for the specified year. If a month is also specified, a calendar just for that month is printed. If neither is specified, a calendar for the present month is printed. The month is a number between 1 and 12. The year can be between 1 and 9999. The calendar produced is that for England and the United States.
 calendar(1) -- reminder service
    calendar consults the file calendar in the current directory and prints out lines that contain today's or tomorrow's date anywhere in the line. Most reasonable month-day dates such as Aug. 24, august 24, 8/24, and so on, are recognized, but not 24 August or 24/8. On weekends ``tomorrow'' extends through Monday. calendar can be invok...
 canonhost(1) -- canonicalize hostnames
    For each input hostname, canonhost prints a single line on stdout containing the canonical name of that host. The canonical name of a host is determined by calling gethostbyname(3N).
 capitem(1) -- look up an item in a printcap entry
    The capitem program reads an /etc/printcap entry for the given printer and prints the value of the 2-letter item on its standard output, if the item has a value. If capitem cannot find the given printer or item in the printer's entry, it will print an error message on standard error.
 captoinfo(1) -- convert a termcap description into a terminfo description
    captoinfo looks in file for termcap descriptions. For each one found, an equivalent terminfo description is written to standard output, along with any comments found. A description that is expressed as relative to another description (as specified in the termcap tc = field) is reduced to the minimum superset before being output. If no file is given, the environment variable TERMCA...
 dmedia/capture(1) -- record movies, images, or sounds
    The capture program is obsolete. The command name and argument syntax have been retained for backwards compatibility, but their use is strongly deprecated. capture has been replaced by mediarecorder. Please refer to the manual page for mediarecorder(1) and update your scripts accordingly. capture is an interactive program to record digital media files from the camera, microphone and workstation screen. -nofork Causes capture to run in the foreground, rather than the default behavior of forking i...
 cat(1) -- concatenate and print files
    cat reads each file in sequence and writes it on the standard output. Thus cat file prints the contents of file on your terminal, and cat file1 file2 >file3 concatenates file1 and file2, and writes the results in file3. If no input file is given, or if the argument - is encountered, cat reads from the standard input. cat processes su...
 caterr(1) -- Processes message text files
    UNICOS systems IRIX systems
 cb(1) -- C program beautifier
    The cb command reads C programs either from its arguments or from the standard input, and writes them on the standard output with spacing and indentation that display the structure of the code. Under default options, cb preserves all user new-lines. cb accepts the following options. -s Canonicalizes the code to the style of Kernighan and Ritchie in The C Programming Language. -j Causes split lines to be put back together. -n Causes pairs of left braces with only whitespace between them to be int...
 cd(1) -- change working directory
    If directory is not specified, the value of shell parameter $HOME is used as the new working directory. If directory specifies a complete path starting with /, ., .., directory becomes the new working directory. If neither case applies, cd tries to find the designated directory relative to one of the paths specified by the $CDPATH shell variable. $CDPATH has the same syntax as, and similar semantics to, the $PATH shell variable. cd must have execute (search) permission in directory. Because a ne...
 cdc(1) -- change the delta commentary of an SCCS delta
    cdc changes the delta commentary, for the SID (SCCS IDentification string) specified by the -r keyletter, of each named SCCS file. Delta commentary is defined to be the Modification Request (MR) and comment information normally specified via the delta(1) command (-m and -y keyletters). If a directory is named, cdc behaves as though each file in the directory were specified as a named file, except that non-SCCS files (last component of the pathname does not begin with s.) and unreadable files are...
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