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apropos(1)
locate commands by keyword lookup
as(1)
VAX-11 assembler
at(1)
schedule execution of commands `at' a given time
atq(1)
display the at 1 job queue
atrm(1)
remove jobs spooled by at 1
basename(1), dirname(1)
return filename or directory portion of pathname
biff(1)
be notified if mail arrives and who it is from
cal(1)
displays a calendar
calendar(1)
reminder service
cat(1)
concatenate and print files
cd(1)
change working directory
checknr(1)
check nroff/troff files
chgrp(1)
change group
chmod(1)
change file modes
chpass(1)
add or change user database information
cmp(1)
Compare two files
col(1)
filter reverse line feeds from input
colcrt(1)
filter nroff output for CRT previewing
colrm(1)
remove columns from a file
column(1)
columnate lists
comm(1)
Select or reject lines common to two files
compress(1), uncompress(1), zcat(1)
compress and expand data
cp(1)
copy files
cpio(1)
copy file archives in and out
csh(1)
a shell (command interpreter) with C-like syntax
ctags(1)
create a tags file
cut(1)
select portions of each line of a file
date(1)
Display or set date and time
dbx(1)
debugger
dd(1)
Convert and copy a file
des(1)
DES file encryption
df(1)
display free disk space
diction(1), explain(1)
print wordy sentences; thesaurus for diction
diff(1)
differential file and directory comparator
diff3(1)
3-way differential file comparison
du(1)
Display disk usage statistics
echo(1)
write arguments to the standard output
error(1)
analyze and disperse compiler error messages
ex(1), edit(1)
text editor
expand(1), unexpand(1)
expand tabs to spaces, and vice versa
eyacc(1)
modified yacc allowing much improved error recovery
false(1)
Return false value
file(1)
identify file content
find(1)
walk a file hierarchy
finger(1)
user information lookup program
flexdoc(1), flex(1)
fast lexical analyzer generator
fmt(1)
simple text formatter
fold(1)
fold long lines for finite width output device
fp(1)
Functional Programming language compiler/interpreter
fpr(1)
print Fortran file
from(1)
tell who is mail from?
fsplit(1)
split a multi-routine Fortran file into individual files
fstat(1)
file status
ftp(1)
ARPANET file transfer program
gcore(1)
get core images of running processes
gprof(1)
display call graph profile data
grep(1)
File pattern searcher
groups(1)
show group memberships
head(1)
give first few lines
hexdump(1)
ascii, decimal, hexadecimal, octal dump
hostid(1)
set or print identifier of current host system
hostname(1)
set or print name of current host system
indent(1)
indent and format C program source
indxbib(1), lookbib(1)
build inverted index for a bibliography, find references in a bibliography
install(1)
install binaries
join(1)
relational database operator
kdump(1)
display kernel trace data
kill(1)
terminate or signal a process
ksu(1)
substitute user id, using Kerberos
ktrace(1)
enable kernel process tracing
last(1)
indicate last logins of users and ttys
lastcomm(1)
show last commands executed in reverse order
leave(1)
remind you when you have to leave
lex(1)
fast lexical analyzer generator
lisp(1)
lisp interpreter
liszt(1)
compile a Franz Lisp program
ln(1)
make links
locate(1)
find files
lock(1)
reserve a terminal
logger(1)
make entries in the system log
login(1)
sign on
look(1)
display lines beginning with a given string
lorder(1)
list dependencies for object files
lpq(1)
spool queue examination program
lpr(1)
off line print
lprm(1)
remove jobs from the line printer spooling queue
lptest(1)
generate lineprinter ripple pattern
ls(1)
list contents of directory
m4(1)
macro language preprocessor for Ratfor and Pascal
machine(1)
print machine type
mail(1)
send and receive mail
make(1)
maintain program dependencies
man(1)
display the on-line manual pages
mesg(1)
Display (do not display) messages from other users
mkdep(1)
construct Makefile dependency list
mkdir(1)
make directories
mkfifo(1)
make fifos
mkstr(1)
create an error message file by massaging C source
more(1)
file perusal filter for crt viewing
mset(1)
retrieve ASCII to IBM 3270 keyboard map
msgs(1)
system messages and junk mail program
mt(1)
magnetic tape manipulating program
mtree(1)
map a directory hierarchy
mv(1)
move files
netstat(1)
show network status
newaliases(1)
rebuild the data base for the mail aliases file
nfsstat(1)
report NFS statistics
nice(1)
execute a Bourne shell command at a low scheduling priority
nm(1)
display name list (symbol table)
nohup(1)
invoke a command immune to hangups
od(1)
octal, decimal, hex, ascii dump
pagesize(1)
print system page size
passwd(1)
modify a user's password
paste(1)
merge corresponding or subsequent lines of files
pc(1)
Pascal compiler
pdx(1)
pascal debugger
pi(1)
Pascal interpreter code translator
pix(1)
Pascal interpreter and executor
pmerge(1)
pascal file merger
pr(1)
Print files
printenv(1), env(1)
print out the environment, set and print environment
printf(1)
formatted output
ps(1)
display current process status
pwd(1)
return working directory name
px(1)
Pascal interpreter
pxp(1)
Pascal execution profiler
pxref(1)
Pascal cross-reference program
quota(1)
display disk usage and limits
ranlib(1)
preprocess archives for efficient linking
rcp(1)
remote file copy
rdist(1)
remote file distribution program
rlogin(1)
remote login
rm(1)
Remove directory entries
rmail(1)
handle remote mail received via uucp
rmdir(1)
remove directories
roffbib(1)
run off bibliographic database
rsh(1)
remote shell
ruptime(1)
show host status of local machines
rwho(1)
who's logged in on local machines
sccs(1)
front end for the SCCS subsystem
script(1)
make typescript of terminal session
sendbug(1)
mail a system bug report to 4bsd-bugs
shar(1)
create a shell archive of files
size(1)
display object file segment sizes (text, data and bss)
sleep(1)
suspend execution for an interval of time
soelim(1)
eliminate .so's from nroff input
split(1)
split a file into pieces
strings(1)
find the printable strings in a file
strip(1)
remove unnecessary information from executable files
stty(1)
Set the options for a terminal
style(1)
analyze surface characteristics of a document
su(1)
substitute user id
symorder(1)
rearrange name list
sysline(1)
display system status on status line of a terminal
systat(1)
display system statistics on a crt
talk(1)
talk to another user
tcopy(1)
copy and/or verify mag tapes
tee(1)
pipe fitting
telnet(1)
User interface to the TELNET protocol
tftp(1)
trivial file transfer program
time(1)
time a command
tip(1), cu(1)
connect to a remote system
tn3270(1)
full-screen remote login to IBM VM/CMS
touch(1)
update date last modified of a file
tput(1)
terminal capability interface
tr(1)
translate characters
true(1), false(1)
provide truth values
tset(1)
terminal dependent initialization
tsort(1)
topological sort of a directed graph
tty(1)
return user's terminal name
ul(1)
do underlining
unifdef(1)
remove ifdef'ed lines
uniq(1)
report repeated lines in a file
unvis(1)
change a visual representation of data back to its original form
uptime(1)
show how long system has been up
users(1)
compact list of users who are on the system
uuencode(1), uudecode(1)
encode/decode a binary file
vacation(1)
return ``I am not here'' indication
vgrind(1)
grind nice listings of programs
vis(1)
display non-printable characters in a visual format
vlp(1)
Format Lisp programs to be printed with nroff, vtroff, or troff
vmstat(1)
report virtual memory statistics
w(1)
who is logged in and what they are doing
wall(1)
write a message to users
wc(1)
word count
what(1)
show what versions of object modules were used to construct a file
whatis(1)
describe what a command is
whereis(1)
locate source, binary, and or manual for program
who(1)
who is on the system
whoami(1)
print effective current user id
whois(1)
DARPA Internet user name directory service
window(1)
window environment
write(1)
send a message to another user
xargs(1)
construct argument list(s) and execute utility
xstr(1)
extract strings from C programs to implement shared strings
yacc(1)
an LALR(1) parser generator
yes(1)
be repetitively affirmative
yyfix(1)
extract tables from y.tab.c
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