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X(1)
X Window System display server dispatcher
X(1)
X Window System server
X(1)
a portable, network-transparent window system
XAllPlanes(3x)
AllPlanes (en return a value with all bits set to 1 suitable for plane argument. XAllPlanes plane_mask, GC component
Xf86(1)
X Window System display server
XtSetWMColormapWindows(3x), XtSetWMColormapWindows XtSetWMColormapWindows(3x)
set s-1WM_COLORMAP_WINDOWSs+1 property to inform window manager of custom colormaps
adb(1)
absolute debugger
adjust(1)
simple text formatter
admin(1)
create and administer SCCS files
answer(1)
phone message transcription system
ar(1)
create and maintain portable archives and libraries
as(1)
assembler (Itanium Processor Family)
asa(1)
interpret s-1ASAs0 carriage control characters
at(1), batch(1)
execute batched commands immediately or at a later time
attributes(1)
describe an audio file
awk(1)
pattern-directed scanning and processing language
banner(1)
make posters in large letters
basename(1), dirname(1)
extract portions of path names
bc(1)
arbitrary-precision arithmetic language
bdftopcf(1)
convert X font from Bitmap Distribution Format to Portable Compiled Format
bdiff(1)
diff for large files
big5-cwin(1)
Big5 UDF file format converter
big5-et(1)
big5 UDF file format converter
big5udf(1)
HP 9000 Big5 code UDF utilities
big5udfdown(1)
UDF download utility for big5 code
big5udfgen(1)
HP 9000 Big5 code user defined font generating utility
bs(1)
a compiler/interpreter for modest-sized programs
cal(1)
print calendar
calendar(1)
reminder service
cat(1)
concatenate, copy, and print files
cc_bundled(1), cc(1)
bundled C compiler
ccdc-et(1)
ccdc UDF file format converter
ccdcudf(1)
HP 9000 CCDC code UDF utilities
ccdcudfdown(1)
UDF download utility for ccdc code
ccdcudfgen(1)
HP 9000 CCDC code user defined font generating utility
cd(1)
change working directory
cdc(1)
change the delta commentary of an s-1SCCSs+1 delta
cdnode(4)
format of a s-1CDFSs+1 cdnode
chacl(1)
add, modify, delete, copy, or summarize access control lists (ACLs) of files
chatr(1)
change program's internal attributes
checknr(1)
check nroff/troff files
chfn(1)
change user information; used by finger
chkey(1)
change user's secure RPC key pair
chmod(1)
change file mode access permissions
chown(1), chgrp(1)
change file owner or group
chsh(1)
change default login shell
ci(1)
check in s-1RCSs0 revisions
ckconfig(1)
verify the path names of all the FTP configuration files
cksum(1)
print file checksum and sizes
clear(1)
clear terminal screen
cmp(1)
compare two files
co(1)
check out s-1RCSs+1 revisions
coder(1)
HP EUC-CNS code reference utility
col(1)
filter reverse line-feeds and backspaces
comb(1)
combine s-1SCCSs0 deltas
comm(1)
select or reject lines common to two sorted files
command(1)
execute a simple command
compact(1), uncompact(1), ccat(1)
compact and uncompact files, and cat them
compress(1), uncompress(1), zcat(1), compressdir(1), uncompressdir(1)
compress and expand data
convert(1)
convert an audio file
cp(1)
copy files and directory subtrees
cpio(1)
copy file archives in and out; duplicate directory trees
cpp(1)
the C language preprocessor
crontab(1)
user job file scheduler
crypt(1)
encode/decode files
csh(1)
a shell (command interpreter) with C-like syntax
csplit(1)
context split
ct(1)
spawn getty to a remote terminal (call terminal)
ctags(1)
create a tags file
cu(1)
call another (s-1UNIXs+1) system; terminal emulator
cut(1)
cut out (extract) selected fields of each line of a file
cwin-big5(1)
big5 UDF file format converter
date(1)
display or set the date and time
dc(1)
desk calculator
dd(1)
convert, reblock, translate, and copy a (tape) file
delta(1)
make a delta (change) to an SCCS file
deroff(1)
remove nroff, tbl, and neqn constructs
diff(1)
differential file and directory comparator
diff3(1)
3-way differential file comparison
diffmk(1)
mark changes between two different versions of a file
dircmp(1)
directory comparison
dmpxlt(1)
dump iconv translation tables to a readable format
dnssec-keygen(1)
key generation tool for DNSSEC
dnssec-makekeyset(1)
used to produce a set of DNSSEC keys
dnssec-signkey(1)
DNSSEC keyset signing tool
dnssec-signzone(1)
DNSSEC zone signing tool
domainname(1)
set or display name of Network Information Service domain
dos2ux(1), ux2dos(1)
convert s-1ASCIIs+1 file format
doschmod(1)
change attributes of a s-1DOSs+1 file
doscp(1)
copy to or from s-1DOSs+1 files
dosdf(1)
report number of free disk clusters
dosls(1), dosll(1)
list contents of s-1DOSs+1 directories
dosmkdir(1)
make a s-1DOSs+1 directory
dosrm(1), dosrmdir(1)
remove s-1DOSs+1 files or directories
dtsd(1m), *Ldtsd*O(1m)
Restarts the DTS daemon <endosf_overview> enhancement,11382,R1.1,command arguments
du(1)
summarize disk usage
echo(1)
echo (print) arguments
ed(1), red(1)
line-oriented text editor
elfdump(1)
dump information contained in object files
elm(1)
process electronic mail through a screen-oriented interface
elmalias(1)
display and verify elm user and system aliases
enable(1), disable(1)
enable/disable LP printers
env(1)
set environment for command execution
et-big5(1)
big5 UDF file format converter
et-ccdc(1)
ccdc UDF file format converter
eucset(1)
sets and gets code widths for ldterm
ex(1), edit(1)
extended line-oriented text editor
expand(1), unexpand(1)
expand tabs to spaces, and vice versa
expand_alias(1)
recursively expands the sendmail aliases
expm1(|)(3m), expm1f(|)(3m), expm1l(|)(3m), expm1w(|)(3m), expm1q(|)(3m)
exponential minus 1 functions
expr(1)
evaluate arguments as an expression
factor(1), primes(1)
factor a number, generate large primes
fastbind(1)
Prepare an incomplete executable for faster program start-up
fastmail(1)
quick batch mail interface
file(1)
determine file type
find(1)
find files
findmsg(1), dumpmsg(1)
create message catalog file for modification
findstr(1)
find strings for inclusion in message catalogs
finger(1)
user information lookup program
fixman(1m)
fix manual pages for faster viewing with man(1)
fmt(1)
format text
fold(1)
fold long lines for finite width output device
forder(1)
convert file data order
from(1)
who is my mail from?
fruled(1)
Flash/turn off attention LEDs (cell, cabinet and I/O chassis attention LEDs)
fstobdf(1)
generate BDF font from X font server
ftio(1)
faster tape I/O
ftp(1)
file transfer program
ftpcount(1)
show current number of users for each class
ftprestart(1)
remove the shutdown message file created by ftpshut utility
ftpshut(1)
create shutdown message file to shut down the ftp servers at a given time
ftpwho(1)
show current process information for each ftp user
gencat(1)
generate a formatted message catalog file
genxlt(1)
generate iconv translation tables
get(1)
get a version of an SCCS file
getaccess(1)
list access rights to file(s)
getacl(1)
list access control lists (ACLs) for files (JFS File Systems only)
getconf(1)
get system configuration values
getopt(1)
parse command options
getopts(1)
parse utility (command) options
getprivgrp(1)
get special attributes for group
gprof(1)
display call graph profile data
grep(1), egrep(1), fgrep(1)
search a file for a pattern
groups(1)
show group memberships
head(1)
give first few lines
host(1)
DNS lookup utility
hostname(1)
set or display name of current host system
hp(1)
handle special functions of HP|2640 and HP|2621-series terminals
hp9000s200(1), hp9000s300(1), hp9000s500(1), hp9000s800(1), pdp11(1), u3b(1), u3b2(1), u3b5(1), u3b10(1), u370(1), vax(1)
provide truth value about processor type
hpterm(1)
X window system Hewlett-Packard terminal emulator. 1
hyphen(1)
find hyphenated words
iconv(1)
code set conversion
id(1)
print user and group IDs and names
ident(1)
identify files in s+1RCSs0
idlookup(1)
identify the user of a particular TCP connection
ied(1)
input editor and command history for interactive programs
insertmsg(1)
use findstr(1) output to insert calls to catgets(3C)
intro(1)
introduction to command utilities and application programs
iostat(1)
report s-1I/Os0 statistics
ipcrm(1)
remove a message queue, semaphore set, or shared memory identifier
ipcs(1)
report status of interprocess communication facilities
join(1)
relational database operator
kdestroy(1)
destroy Kerberos tickets
kermit(1)
C-Kermit 8.0 communications software for serial and network connections: modem dialing, file transfer and management, terminal connection, character-set translation, numeric and alpha paging, and script programming
keylogin(1)
decrypt and store secret key with keyserv
keylogout(1)
delete stored secret key with keyserv
keysh(1)
context-sensitive softkey shell
kill(1)
send a signal to a process; terminate a process
kinit(1)
obtain and cache the Kerberos ticket-granting ticket
kks(1)
Kana Kanji conversion server
kkstat(1), )H Hewlett-Packard Company ]W HP-UX 11i Version 1.6 : Jul 2002 kkstat(1)
Kana Kanji Conversion Server information
klist(1)
list cached Kerberos tickets
kpasswd(1)
change a user's Kerberos password
ksh(1), rksh(1)
shell, the standard/restricted command programming language
ktutil(1)
Kerberos keytab file maintenance utility
kvno(1)
print key version numbers of Kerberos principals
last(1), lastb(1)
indicate last logins of users and ttys
lastcomm(1)
show last commands executed in reverse order
lbxproxy(1)
Low BandWidth X proxy
ld(1)
link editor
ldd(1)
list dynamic dependencies of executable files or shared libraries
leave(1)
remind you when you have to leave
lifcp(1)
copy to or from LIF files
lifinit(1)
write LIF volume header on file
lifls(1)
list contents of a LIF directory
lifrename(1)
rename LIF files
lifrm(1)
remove a LIF file
line(1)
read one line from user input
listusers(1)
display user login data
ln(1)
link files and directories
locale(1)
get locale-specific (NLS) information
lock(1)
reserve a terminal
logger(1)
make entries in the system log
login(1)
sign on; start terminal session
logname(1)
get login name
lorder(1)
find ordering relation for an object library
lp(1), lpalt(1), cancel(1)
print/alter/cancel requests on an LP destination
lpadmin(1m)
configure the s-1LPs+1 spooling system
lpfilter(1), divpage(1), fontdl(1), lprpp(1), plotdvr(1), printstat(1), reverse(1)
filters invoked by lp interface scripts
lpstat(1)
report status information of the LP subsystem
ls(1), lc(1), l(1), ll(1), lsf(1), lsr(1), lsx(1)
list contents of directories
lsacl(1)
list access control lists (ACLs) of files
m4(1)
macro processor
machinfo(1)
print machine information
mail(1), rmail(1)
send mail to users or read mail
mailfrom(1)
summarize mail folders by subject and sender
mailq(1)
prints the mail queue
mailstats(1)
print mail traffic statistics
mailx(1)
interactive message processing system
make(1)
maintain, update, and regenerate groups of programs
makekey(1)
generate encryption key
man(1)
find manual information by keywords; print out a manual entry
mediainit(1)
initialize disk or partition s-1DDSs0 tape
merge(1)
three-way file merge
mesg(1)
permit or deny messages to terminal
mkdir(1)
make a directory
mkfifo(1)
make s-1FIFOs+1 (named pipe) special files
mkfontdir(1), fonts.dir(1), fonts.scale(1), fonts.alias(1)
create an index of X font files in a directory
mkmf(1)
make a makefile
mkmsgs(1)
create message files for use by gettxt()
mkstr(1)
extract error messages from C source into a file
mktemp(1)
make a name for a temporary file
mm(1), osdd(1)
print documents formatted with the mm macros
model(1)
print hardware model information
model(4)
s-1HP-UXs+1 machine identification (deprecated)
more(1), page(1)
file perusal filter for crt viewing
mpsched(1)
control the processor or locality domain on which a specific process executes
mt(1)
magnetic tape manipulating program
mv(1)
move or rename files and directories
mwm(1)
The Motif Window Manager
named-checkconf(1)
named configuration file syntax checking tool
named-checkzone(1)
zone validity checking tool
neqn(1)
format mathematical text for nroff
netstat(1)
show network status
newalias(1)
install new elm aliases for user or system
newform(1)
change or reformat a text file
newgrp(1)
switch to a new group
newmail(1)
notify users of new mail in mailboxes
news(1)
print news items
nice(1)
run a command at nondefault priority
nis+(1), NIS+(1), nis(1)
a new version of the network information name service
niscat(1)
display NIS+ tables and objects
nischgrp(1)
change the group owner of an NIS+ object
nischmod(1)
change access rights on an NIS+ object
nischown(1)
change the owner of an NIS+ object
nischttl(1)
change the time to live value of an NIS+ object
nisdefaults(1)
display NIS+ default values
niserror(1)
display NIS+ error messages
nisgrpadm(1)
NIS+ group administration command
nisln(1)
symbolically link NIS+ objects
nisls(1)
list the contents of an NIS+ directory
nismatch(1), nisgrep(1)
utilities for searching NIS+ tables
nismkdir(1)
create NIS+ directories
nispasswd(1)
change NIS+ password information
nisrm(1)
remove NIS+ objects from the namespace
nisrmdir(1)
remove NIS+ directories
nistbladm(1)
NIS+ table administration command
nistest(1)
return the state of the NIS+ namespace using a conditional expression
nl(1)
line numbering filter
nljust(1)
justify lines, left or right, for printing
nm(1)
print name list of common object file
nohup(1)
run a command immune to hangups
nroff(1)
format text
nslookup(1)
query name servers interactively
nsquery(1)
query the Name Service Switch backend libraries
nsupdate(1)
Dynamic DNS update utility
od(1), xd(1)
octal and hexadecimal dump
odump(1)
dump information contained in SOM object files
on(1)
execute command on remote host with environment similar to local
pack(1), pcat(1), unpack(1)
compress and expand files
parstatus(1)
display information about the Superdome complex
partition(1)
display information about the Superdome Command Line Interface
passwd(1)
change login password and associated attributes
paste(1)
merge same lines of several files or subsequent lines of one file
patch(1)
a program for applying a diff file to an original
pathalias(1)
electronic address router
pathchk(1)
check path names
pax(1)
Extracts, writes, and lists archive files; copies files and directory hierarchies
pg(1)
file perusal filter for soft-copy terminals
pipcrm(1)
remove a POSIX message queue or a POSIX named semaphore
pipcs(1)
report status of POSIX interprocess communication facilities
pppd(1)
PPP daemon
pr(1)
print files
praliases(1)
print system-wide sendmail aliases
prealloc(1)
preallocate disk storage
printenv(1)
print out the environment
printf(1)
format and print arguments
privatepw(1)
Change WU-FTPD Group Access File Information
prmail(1)
print out mail in the incoming mailbox file
prof(1)
display profile data
proto(4)
prototype job file for f2atf1(1)
prs(1)
print and summarize an s-1SCCSs+1 file
ps(1)
report process status
ptr(1)
termainl print utility
ptx(1)
permuted index
pwd(1)
working directory name
pwget(1), grget(1)
get password and group information
quota(1)
display disk usage and limits
ranlib(1)
regenerate archive symbol table
rcp(1)
remote file copy
rcs(1)
change s-1RCSs0 file attributes
rcsdiff(1)
compares-1RCSs0 revisions
rcsmerge(1)
merge s-1RCSs0 revisions
rdist(1)
remote file distribution program
read(1)
read a line from standard input
readmail(1)
read mail from a mail folder or incoming mailbox
remsh(1), rexec(1)
execute from a remote shell
resize(1)
set TERMCAP and terminal settings to current xterm window size
rev(1)
reverse lines of a file
rgb(1)
X Window System color database creator
rlog(1)
print log messages and other information on s-1RCSs0 files
rlogin(1)
remote login
rm(1)
remove files or directories
rmdel(1)
remove a delta from an s-1SCCSs0 file
rmdir(1)
remove directories
rmnl(1)
remove extra new-line characters from file
rndc(1)
name server control utility
rndc-confgen(1)
rndc key generation tool
rpc_intro(1), *Lrpc_intro*O(1)
Introduction to the DCE RPC programmer commands
rpcgen(1)
an RPC protocol compiler
rtprio(1)
execute process with real-time priority
rtsched(1)
execute process with real-time priority
rup(1)
show host status of local machines (RPC version)
ruptime(1)
show status of local machines
rusers(1)
determine who is logged in on machines on local network
rwho(1)
show who is logged in on local machines
sact(1)
print current SCCS file editing activity
samlog_view(1), samlog_viewer(1)
a tool for viewing and saving the SAM logfile
sams(1), *Lsams*O(1)
Builds DCE message system files *Lsams*O command synopsis
sccs(1)
front-end utility program for SCCS commands
sccsdiff(1)
compare two versions of an SCCS file
sccshelp(1)
ask for help on SCCS commands
sconv(1)
hp9000 utility for Simplified-Chinese code code-converter
script(1)
make typescript of terminal session
sdiff(1)
side-by-side difference program
sed(1)
stream text editor
send_sound(1)
play an audio file
serialize(1)
force target process to run serially with other processes
setacl(1)
modify access control lists (ACLs) for files (JFS File Systems only)
sh(1)
overview of various system shells
sh(1), rsh(1)
standard and restricted POSIX.2-conformant command shells
shar(1)
make a shell archive package
shl(1)
shell layer manager
size(1)
print section sizes of object files
sleep(1)
suspend execution for an interval
slp(1)
set printing options for a non-serial printer
soelim(1)
eliminate .so's from nroff input
sort(1)
sort or merge files
spell(1), hashmake(1), spellin(1), hashcheck(1)
find spelling errors
split(1)
split a file into pieces
sptr(1)
terminal print utility
ssp(1)
remove multiple line-feeds from output
stconv(1)
Utility to convert scalable type symbol set map formats
stlicense(1)
server access control program for X
stload(1)
Utility to load Scalable Type outlines
stmkdirs(1)
Utility to build Scalable Type fonts.dir and charsets.dir files
stmkfont(1)
Scalable Typeface font compiler to create X and PCL fonts
strings(1)
find the printable strings in an object or other binary file
strip(1)
strip symbol and line number information from an object file
stty(1)
set the options for a terminal port
su(1)
switch user
su(1m), *Lsu*O(1m)
Substitutes user ID temporarily def,8628,R1.1,command platform-specific This command is platform specific. Consult your local operating system documentation for information on how to use your version of the *Lsu*O command. def,8628,R1.1,command platform-specific .. .SH SYNOPSIS .. .sS .. *Lsu*O .. *O[*L-K*O] .. *O[*L-f*O] .. *O[*L-l*O] .. *O[*L-m*O] .. *O[*Vlogin*O] .. .sE .. .SH OPTIONS .. .VL 1i .. .LI *L-K*O .. Disables Kerberos authentication. .. .LI *L-f*O .. Prevents *Lcsh(1)*O from executing the *L.cshrc*O file. .. .LI *L-l*O .. Simulates a full login. The environment is discarded except for .. *LHOME*O, *LSHELL*O, *LPATH*O, *LTERM*O, and *LUSER*O. .. *LHOME*O and *LSHELL*O are set to the target login's login .. shell and home directory. The *Lsu*O command changes the current .. directory to the target login's home directory. .. *LUSER*O is set to the target login. .. *LPATH*O is set to *L/bin:/usr/bin*O. .. *LTERM*O is imported from your current environment. .. This option can not be specified with the .. *L-m*O option. They are mutually exclusive. .. .LI *L-m*O .. Leaves the environment unmodified. .. The invoked shell is your login shell, and no directory changes are made. .. As a security precaution, if the target user's shell is a nonstandard .. shell (as defined by *Lgetusershell(3)*O) and the caller's real UNIX ID is .. nonzero, *Lsu*O will fail. This option cannot be specified with the .. *L-l*O option. They are mutually exclusive. .. .LE .. .SH ARGUMENTS .. .VL 1i .. .LI *Vlogin*O .. The target user ID. If *Vlogin*O is not specified, the root user ID is .. assumed. Note that only users in group 0 (normally *Lwheel*O) .. can use *Lsu*O to become root. .. .PP .. By default (unless the prompt is reset by a startup file), the superuser .. prompt is set to *L#*O (number sign) to remind one of its awesome power. .. .LE .. .SH DESCRIPTION .. The *Lsu*O command lets you assume the identity of a different user. .. Note that the funtionality of the *Lsu*O command as described in this .. reference page may change, depending on the platform on which you .. are running the command. .. .PP .. The *Lsu*O command .. requests the password for *Vlogin*O or, if *Vlogin*O is .. not supplied, the password for root. .. If the correct password is supplied, *Lsu*O switches to .. that user and group ID after obtaining a ticket-granting ticket. .. A shell is then invoked with the real and effective person and .. group UNIX IDs of the new user. If authentication is disabled or not .. available, *Lsu*O uses the local *L/etc/passwd*O file for authentication. .. .PP .. If the *Lsu*O command .. is executed by root, no password is requested and a shell .. with the appropriate user ID is invoked; no additional Kerberos tickets .. are obtained. .. .PP .. Unless you specify the *L-l*O or *L-m*O option, when *Lsu*O is invoked .. the user environment is unmodified with the exception of .. the following: ... ML .. .LI .. *LHOME*O and *LSHELL*O are set to the target login's default values. The .. current directory is changed to the target's login directory, and .. the target login's shell is invoked. .. .LI .. *LUSER*O is set to the target login value, unless the target login has a user .. ID of 0, in which case it is unmodified. The invoked shell is the target .. login's. This is the traditional behavior of *Lsu*O. .. .LE .. .SH RELATED INFORMATION .. .PP .. Commands: .. *Lcsh(1)*O, *Llogin(1)*O, *Lsh(1)*O, .. *Lkinit(1m)*O, *Lkerberos(1)*O, .. *Lpasswd(5)*O, *Lgroup(5)*O, *Lenviron(7)*O
sum(1)
print checksum and block or byte count of file(s)
svcdumplog(1), *Lsvcdumplog*O(1)
Prints contents of a binary serviceability log file
swchunk(5)
swap chunk size in 1 KB blocks
tabs(1)
set tabs on a terminal
tail(1)
deliver the last part of a file
talk(1)
talk to another user
tar(1)
tape file archiver
tbl(1)
format tables for nroff
tconv(1)
HP 9000 Traditional-Chinese code converter
tee(1)
pipe fitting
telnet(1)
user interface to the TELNET protocol
test(1)
condition evaluation command
tftp(1)
trivial file transfer program
time(1)
time a command
timex(1)
time a command; report process data and system activity
top(1)
display and update information about the top processes on the system
touch(1)
update access, modification, and/or change times of file
tput(1)
query terminfo database
tr(1)
translate characters
true(1), false(1)
return exit status zero or one respectively
tset(1), reset(1)
terminal-dependent initialization
tsm(1)
Terminal Session Manager
tsm.command(1)
send commands to the Terminal Session Manager s-1(TSM)s0
tsm.info(1)
get Terminal Session Manager state information
tsm.lpadmin(1m)
add or remove a printer for use with f2tsmf1(1)
tsort(1)
topological sort
tty(1), pty(1)
get the name of the terminal
ttytype(1)
terminal identification program
tztab(4)
time zone adjustment table for date(1) and ctime(3C)
udcc(1)
user-defined character raster font compiler
ul(1)
do underlining
umask(1)
set or display the file mode creation mask
umodem(1)
XMODEM-protocol file transfer program
uname(1)
display information about computer system; set node name (system name)
unget(1)
undo a previous get of an SCCS file
unifdef(1)
remove preprocessor lines
uniq(1)
report repeated lines in a file
units(1)
conversion program
uptime(1), w(1)
show how long system has been up, and/or who is logged in and what they are doing
users(1)
compact list of users who are on the system
uucp(1), uulog(1), uuname(1), uutry(1)
UNIX system to UNIX system copy
uuencode(1), uudecode(1)
encode/decode a binary file for transmission by mailer
uuidgen(1), *Luuidgen*O(1)
Generates a Universal Unique Identifier (UUID) <endosf_overview>
uupath(1), mkuupath(1)
access and manage the pathalias database
uustat(1)
uucp status inquiry and job control
uuto(1), uupick(1)
public UNIX system to UNIX system file copy
uux(1)
UNIX system to UNIX system command execution
vacation(1)
return ``I am not here'' indication
val(1)
validate s-1SCCSs+1 file
vc(1)
substitutes assigned values in place of identification keywords
vi(1), view(1), vedit(1)
screen-oriented (visual) text editor
vis(1), inv(1)
make unprintable and non-ASCII characters in a file visible or invisible
vmstat(1)
report virtual memory statistics
vt(1)
log into another system over lan
wait(1)
await process completion
wc(1)
count words, lines, and bytes or characters in a file
wdutil(1)
manipulate Native Language I/O word dictionary
what(1)
get s-1SCCSs+1 identification information
whereis(1)
locate source, binary, and/or manual for program
which(1)
locate a program file including aliases and paths
who(1)
who is on the system
whoami(1)
print effective current user id
whois(1)
Internet user name directory service
write(1)
interactively write (talk) to another user
x11start(1)
start the X11 window system
xargs(1)
construct argument list(s) and execute command
xauth(1)
X authority file utility
xclock(1)
analog / digital clock for X
xcmsdb(1)
Device Color Characterization utility for X Color Management System
xfs(1)
X font server
xhost(1)
server access control program for X
xjim(1), )H Hewlett-Packard Company ]W HP-UX 11i Version 1.6 : Jul 2002 xjim(1)
Japanese input server on X Window
xlsfonts(1)
server font list displayer for X
xmbind(1)
Configures virtual key bindings
xmodmap(1)
utility for modifying keymaps in X
xrdb(1)
X server resource database utility
xset(1)
user preference utility for X
xsetroot(1)
root window parameter setting utility for X
xsim(1), )H Hewlett-Packard Company ]W HP-UX 11i Version 1.6 : Jul 2002 xsim(1)
Simplified Chinese input server on X Window
xstr(1)
extract strings from C programs to implement shared strings
xterm(1)
terminal emulator for X
xtim(1), )H Hewlett-Packard Company ]W HP-UX 11i Version 1.6 : Jul 2002 xtim(1)
Traditional Chinese input methods server on X Window
xudced(1)
user-defined character editor
xwd(1)
dump an image of an X window
xwud(1)
image displayer for X
yes(1)
be repetitively affirmative
ypcat(1)
print all values in Network Information Service map
ypmatch(1)
print values of selected keys in Network Information Service map
yppasswd(1)
change login password in Network Information System (NIS)
ypwhich(1)
list which host is Network Information System server or map master
ypxfr(1m), ypxfr_1perday(1m), ypxfr_1perhour(1m), ypxfr_2perday(1m)
transfer s-1NISs+1 database from server to local node
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