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 telnetrc(4) -- Specifies setup commands for a telnet session
    The .telnetrc file contains the setup information for a telnet session. It is a hidden file in your home directory and must be readable by the user logging in. The file can consist of multiple entries...
 Temporary(4) -- Stores data files during transfers to remote systems
    The uucp Temporary (TM.*) files store data files during transfers to remote systems. After a Data (D.*) file is transferred to a remote system by the uucico daemon, the uucp program places it in a sub...
 term(4) -- Terminal driver tables for nroff
    The nroff(1) command uses driver tables to customize its output for various types of output devices. These driver tables are written as C programs and compiled and installed in /usr/share/lib/term/tab...
 termcap(4) -- Terminal capability database
    The termcap file is a database describing terminals used by tset and BSD curses. Terminals are described in the termcap database by specifying a set of capabilities that they have and by describing ho...
 terminfo(4) -- Describes terminals by capability
    A terminfo file is a database that describes the capabilities and method of operation of various terminals. The database includes definitions of initialization sequences, padding requirements, cursor ...
 termios(4) -- Defines the structure of the termios file, which provides the terminal interface for POSIX compatibi...
    The /usr/include/termios.h header file is used to obtain and modify attributes required by the terminal driver. These attributes control input and output processing. The definition values and structur...
 termios.h(4) -- Defines the structure of the termios file, which provides the terminal interface for POSIX compatibi...
    The /usr/include/termios.h header file is used to obtain and modify attributes required by the terminal driver. These attributes control input and output processing. The definition values and structur...
 ttys(4) -- Terminal control database file (Enhanced Security)
    Notes The secure terminal database file, /etc/securettys, controls root logins for all security levels. The file is described in the securettys(4) reference page. By default, the enhanced security ter...
 ttysrch(4) -- Lists absolute path names for tty name searches
    The ttysrch file contains a list of absolute path names. This list is used by the ttyname(3) system call to resolve tty names that are not contained in the /dev directory. Each entry in the ttysrch fi...
 tzfile(4) -- Time zone information
    The time zone information files used by tzset(3) begin with bytes reserved for future use, followed by six fourbyte values, written in a standard byte order (that is, with the high-order byte of the v...
 urandom(4) -- Kernel random number source devices
    The /dev/random and /dev/urandom character device special files provide an interface to the kernel random number generator. The random number generator gathers environmental data from device drivers a...
 utmp(4) -- Login records
    The utmp file records information about who is currently using the system. The file is a sequence of utmp entries, as defined in struct utmp in the utmp.h file. The utmp structure gives the name of th...
 utxd.conf(4) -- Configuration file used by utxd
    The utxd.conf file is read by the utxd daemon and contains information about other utx daemons that have to be spawned. In this file, lines that begin with the character # are treated as comment lines...
 uudemon(4) -- Administrative shell scripts for polling remote systems, cleaning up spool directories, reporting st...
    All the scripts can be run from the command line or can be run automatically by the cron daemon. To automatically run the scripts, remove the comment character (#) from the beginning of the relevant l...
 uudemon.admin(4) -- Administrative shell scripts for polling remote systems, cleaning up spool directories, reporting st...
    All the scripts can be run from the command line or can be run automatically by the cron daemon. To automatically run the scripts, remove the comment character (#) from the beginning of the relevant l...
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