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 rpc(4) -- Remote procedure call file
    The rpc file is an ASCII file that contains the following information: rpc name numerical rpc ID aliases Each rpc name is separated from the next by a new line. Items are separated by any number of bl...
 sccsfile(4) -- Contains Source Code Control System (SCCS) information
    The sccsfile file is a text file consisting of six logical parts: checksum, delta table, user names, flags, comments, and body. Note that there are lines throughout an SCCS file that begin with the AS...
 securettys(4) -- Secure terminal database file
    Security Note The terminal database file used on a trusted system is /etc/auth/system/ttys and is documented in the ttys(4) reference page. The /etc/securettys file specifies the tty lines that are co...
 semid_ds(4) -- Defines a semaphore set
    The semid_ds structure defines a semaphore set associated with a semaphore ID. There is one semaphore set per semaphore ID. A semaphore set is implemented as an array of sem_nsems semaphores, with sem...
 sendmail.cf(4) -- Contains the sendmail configuration file data
    The sendmail.cf file contains configuration information for the sendmail daemon. For further information on sendmail, see the sendmail(8) reference page, the sendmail book by O'Reilly & Associates, o...
 server.pcy(4) -- BOOTP and DHCP server policy
    The server.pcy file is a text database that governs the behavior of BOOTP and DHCP servers. If the joind daemon is invoked to use text databases, it reads the server.pcy file on startup. If the JOINCO...
 services(4) -- Defines the sockets and protocols used for Internet services
    The /etc/services file associates Internet service names and aliases with the port number and protocol used by the service. Each service is listed in this file on a single line of the form: ServiceNam...
 shells(4) -- Shell database
    The shells file contains a list of the shells on the system. For each shell, the file should contain a single line consisting of the shell's path, relative to root. A # (number sign) indicates the be...
 shmid_ds(4) -- Defines a shared memory region
    The shmid_ds structure defines a shared memory region associated with a shared memory region ID. There is one shared memory region per ID. Collectively, the shared memory regions are maintained in a s...
 shosts(4) -- Specifies remote users who can use a local user account
    The file contains a list of remote users who are not required to supply a login password when they use the local user account and execute the rcp, rlogin, and rsh commands. The file contains a list of...
 sialog(4) -- SIA (Security Integration Architecture) log file
    The sialog file provides SIA layer accounting information. This data includes the success and failure results of security-related commands such as login, passwd, and su.
 signal(4) -- Contains definitions and variables used by signal functions
    The /usr/include/signal.h file defines the signals described in the following table. ------------------------------------------------------------------- Signal Number Meaning -------------------------...
 signal.h(4) -- Contains definitions and variables used by signal functions
    The /usr/include/signal.h file defines the signals described in the following table. ------------------------------------------------------------------- Signal Number Meaning -------------------------...
 slhosts(4) -- File containing information on how to configure SLIP links
    The slhosts file is the file that contains information for configuring SLIP links. If the system is configured to answer calls, the following events occur: A getty process prompts for a login name. If...
 sm(4) -- Status monitor directories and file structures
    The directories /etc/sm and /etc/sm.bak are generated by the rpc.statd daemon. Each entry in /etc/sm represents the name of the system to be monitored by the status monitor. Upon its recovery, the sta...
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