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 ace(7) -- Serial communications interface
    The ace serial line controller provides a serial communications interface on DEC 2000, AlphaStation, and AlphaServer platforms. The serial communications ports that are controlled by ace adhere to the...
 alt(7) -- DEGPA Gigabit Ethernet interface
    The alt interface provides access to Gigabit Ethernet (1000Mbs) through the DEGPA device. The interface supports full-duplex operation in a switched or point-topoint configuration, and provides the fo...
 arp(7) -- Address Resolution Protocol
    The ARP protocol is used to map dynamically between DARPA Internet and Ethernet addresses. It is used by all the Ethernet interface drivers. The ARP protocol caches Internet-Ethernet address mappings....
 atapi_ide(7) -- Interface for ATAPI or IDE (PC) devices
    Devices commonly known for their use on PC devices as ATA or IDE devices are supported using the SCSI CAM device driver. The ATA standard has also been expanded to include what are known as ATAPI devi...
 atty(7) -- Asian terminal driver
    This reference page describes the additional features supported in the Asian terminal driver used for conversational computing in a Japanese, Chinese, or Korean environment. See tty(7) for a descripti...
 audit(7) -- audit log interface
    This is a special character device that provides an interface for the audit daemon process, /usr/sbin/auditd, to the kernel audit buffers. /dev is now a context dependent symbolic link (CDSL) to /clus...
 bcm(7) -- DEGXA Gigabit Ethernet interface
    The bcm interface provides access to Gigabit Ethernet (1000Mbs) through the DEGXA device. The interface supports full-duplex operation in a switched or point-topoint configuration, and provides the fo...
 bind_intro(7) -- Introduction to the Berkeley Internet Name Domain (BIND) service
    The Berkeley Internet Name Domain (BIND) service is a host name and address lookup service for the Internet network. The BIND service is based on the client-server model. It allows client systems to o...
 bind_manual_setup(7) -- Describes how to manually set up the Berkeley Internet Name Domain (BIND) service on your network.
    Setting up a BIND domain includes configuring the following: Master server Slave servers Stub servers Caching-only servers Forward-only servers Clients Note Documentation for BIND prior to Version 8.1...
 bpf(7) -- BSD Packet Filter Extensions
    The BSD Packet Filter (BPF) is similar to the Tru64 UNIX Packet Filter facility (see packetfilter(7)), but provides a slightly different programming interface. The BPF Extensions to the Tru64 UNIX pac...
 calcomp(7) -- Configuring a CalComp graphics tablet
    This reference page provides information about how you configure a CalComp DrawingBoard III tablet, an input device supported by the Xinput extension to the Xserver. When the software for the tablet i...
 cdrom(7) -- SCSI disk interface
    The rz driver is for all HP Small Computer System Interface (SCSI) disk drives. There is one major number used to represent SCSI disks, pointing to the driver. The minor number (for scsi) is the SCSI ...
 cidr(7) -- Classless Inter-Domain Routing
    Classless Inter-Domain Routing, also known as CIDR, is an Internet addressing architecture designed to solve two problems: the growth in the size of the routing tables in the top-level routers and the...
 CIDR(7) -- Classless Inter-Domain Routing
    Classless Inter-Domain Routing, also known as CIDR, is an Internet addressing architecture designed to solve two problems: the growth in the size of the routing tables in the top-level routers and the...
 clone(7) -- Opens a major and minor device pair on a STREAMS driver
    The clone driver is a "pass through" device driver that allows other drivers to select unique minor device numbers on each open. In effect, the driver passes an open operation through to the other d...
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