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 cfg_subsys_config(3) -- configure a subsystem
    To initially configure a subsystem into the kernel, call the cfg_subsys_config() routine. If the subsystem is not loaded into the kernel, this routine loads the subsystem. The routine then configures ...
 cfg_subsys_defaults(3) -- determine the /etc/sysconfigtab value for selected attributes of a subsystem
    Use the cfg_subsys_defaults() routine to get information about the value assigned to attributes in the /etc/sysconfigtab database. You can request information about one or more attributes, but you can...
 cfg_subsys_defaults_all(3) -- determine the /etc/sysconfigtab value for all attributes of a subsystem
    Use the cfg_subsys_defaults_all() routine to get the value of all attributes of a subsystem as specified in the /etc/sysconfigtab database. For information about the /etc/sysconfigtab database, see sy...
 cfg_subsys_list(3) -- determine the names and states of all subsystems registered on the system
    Use the cfg_subsys_list() routine to determine the names of subsystems available on the system and the current state of those subsystems. The subsys array returns NULL terminated subsystem names of le...
 cfg_subsys_op(3) -- perform a subsystem-specific operation
    Use the cfg_subsys_op() routine to request that the system perform subsystem-specific operations. These operations are defined by the subsystem. When your application calls the cfg_subsys_op() routine...
 cfg_subsys_query(3) -- determine the value of selected subsystem attributes
    Use the cfg_subsys_query() routine to get information about a list of subsystem attributes. You can get information about one or more attributes. When your application calls the cfg_subsys_query() rou...
 cfg_subsys_query_all(3) -- determine the value of all attributes for a subsystem
    Use the cfg_subsys_query_all() routine to get information about all the attributes for a particular subsystem. When your application calls the cfg_subsys_query_all() routine, it passes the name of the...
 cfg_subsys_reconfig(3) -- reconfigure attribute values for a subsystem
    Use the cfg_subsys_reconfig() routine to modify attribute values for a subsystem. The modifications made by this routine take effect immediately because they are made to the in-memory copy of the subs...
 cfg_subsys_state(3) -- determine the state of the named subsystem
    Use the cfg_subsys_state() routine to determine the state of a particular subsystem. Subsystems can be loaded, loaded and configured, or unloaded. (Subsystems must be loaded to be configured.) In addi...
 cfg_subsys_unconfig(3) -- unconfigure a subsystem
    When a subsystem is not needed, you can use the cfg_subsys_unconfig() routine to unconfigure the subsystem. If the subsystem is loadable, it is unloaded from the kernel. When a subsystem is unloaded, ...
 cfsetispeed(3) -- Set input baud rate for a terminal
    The cfsetispeed() function sets the input baud rate stored in the structure pointed to by the termios_p parameter to the value specified by the speed parameter. If the input baud rate is set to 0 (zer...
 cfsetospeed(3) -- Set the output baud rate for a terminal
    The cfsetospeed() function sets the output baud rate stored in the structure pointed to by the termios_p parameter to the speed specified by the speed parameter. The zero baud rate, B0, is used to ter...
 check_auth_parameters(3) -- Get or check user or group IDs (Enhanced Security)
    The identity functions provide a way to recall the IDs of a process at the time the program started. They are useful when interrogating the invoking environment of a program after any setuid() or setg...
 check_usage(3) -- checks whether a disk partition is in use
    The check_usage() function checks whether the special device file is in use, that is, whether it contains a valid file system, is part of LSM, or is being used by a database or for swap space. If the ...
 chgat(3) -- Change renditions of characters in a Curses window
    These functions change the renditions of the next n characters in the current or specified window (or of the remaining characters on the line if n is -1), starting at the current or specified cursor p...
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