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 rev(1) -- reverse lines of a file
    The rev utility copies the specified files to the standard output, reversing the order of characters in every line. If no files are specified, the standard input is read.
 rksh(1) -- public domain Korn shell
    ksh is a command interpreter intended for both interactive and shell script use. Its command language is a superset of the sh(1) shell language. Shell startup    [Toc]    [Back] The following options ...
 rlog(1) -- print log messages and other information about RCS files
    rlog prints information about RCS files. Pathnames matching an RCS suffix denote RCS files; all others denote working files. Names are paired as explained in ci(1). rlog prints the following informati...
 rm(1) -- remove directory entries
    The rm utility attempts to remove the non-directory type files specified on the command line. If the permissions of the file do not permit writing, and the standard input device is a terminal, the use...
 rmd160(1) -- calculate a message-digest fingerprint (checksum) for a file
    rmd160 takes as input a message of arbitrary length and produces as output a 160-bit "fingerprint" or "message digest" of the input. It is conjectured that it is computationally infeasible to prod...
 rmdir(1) -- remove directories
    The rmdir utility removes the directory entry specified by each directory argument, provided it is empty. Arguments are processed in the order given. In order to remove both a parent directory and a s...
 rpcgen(1) -- RPC protocol compiler
    rpcgen is a tool that generates C code to implement an RPC protocol. The input is a language similar to C known as RPC Language (Remote Procedure Call Language). rpcgen is normally used as in the firs...
 rs(1) -- reshape a data array
    rs reads the standard input, interpreting each line as a row of blankseparated entries in an array, transforms the array according to the options, and writes it on the standard output. With no argumen...
 rsh(1) -- remote shell
    rsh executes command on hostname. Note: rsh has been deprecated in favor of ssh(1). Use of rsh is discouraged due to the inherent insecurity of host-based authentication. rsh copies its standard input...
 rup(1) -- remote status display
    rup displays a summary of the current system status of a particular host or all hosts on the local network. The output shows the current time of day, how long the system has been up, and the load aver...
 ruptime(1) -- show host status of local machines
    ruptime gives a status line like uptime(1) for each machine on the local network; these are formed from packets broadcast by each host on the network once a minute. Machines for which no status report...
 rusers(1) -- who is logged in to machines on local network
    The rusers command produces output similar to who(1), but for the list of hosts or all machines on the local network. For each host responding to the rusers query, the hostname with the names of the u...
 rwall(1) -- send a message to users logged on a host
    The rwall command sends a message to the users logged into the specified host. The message to be sent can be typed in and terminated with EOF or it can be in a file.
 rwho(1) -- who is logged in on local machines
    The rwho command produces output similar to who(1), but for all machines on the local network. If no report has been received from a machine for 11 minutes then rwho assumes the machine is down, and d...
 s2p(1) -- a stream editor
    A stream editor reads the input stream consisting of the specified files (or standard input, if none are given), processes is line by line by applying a script consisting of edit commands, and writes ...
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