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BSD 2.11 Commands Man Page Section: 1

Mattrib(1) Mcd(1) Mcopy(1) Mdel(1) Mdir(1) Mformat(1) Mkmanifest(1)
Mlabel(1) Mmd(1) Mrd(1) Mread(1) Mren(1) Mtools(1) Mtype(1)
Mwrite(1) Pnews(1) Rnmail(1) adb(1) addbib(1) afio(1) ansitape(1)
apply(1) apropos(1) ar(1) as(1) astags(1) at(1) atq(1)
atrm(1) autoseq(1) awk(1) basename(1) bc(1) biff(1) binmail(1)
bm(1) cal(1) calendar(1) case(1) cat(1) cb(1) cc(1)
cd(1) checkeq(1) checknotes(1) checknr(1) checkobj(1) chflags(1) chfn(1)
chgrp(1) chmod(1) chpass(1) chsh(1) ci(1) clear(1) cmp(1)
co(1) col(1) colcrt(1) colrm(1) comm(1) compress(1) cp(1)
crash(1) crc(1) csh(1) ctags(1) cu(1) cxref(1) date(1)
dc(1) dd(1) ddd(1) deroff(1) df(1) diction(1) diff(1)
diff3(1) diffh(1) du(1) echo(1) ed(1) edit(1) efl(1)
egrep(1) eqn(1) error(1) ex(1) expand(1) explain(1) expr(1)
f77(1) false(1) fgrep(1) file(1) find(1) finger(1) fmt(1)
fold(1) for(1) fpr(1) from(1) fsplit(1) ftp(1) gcore(1)
graph(1) grep(1) groups(1) head(1) hostid(1) hostname(1) ident(1)
if(1) indent(1) indxbib(1) install(1) intro(1) iostat(1) join(1)
kill(1) la(1) last(1) lastcomm(1) ld(1) learn(1) leave(1)
lex(1) lint(1) lisp(1) ln(1) lock(1) logger(1) login(1)
look(1) lookbib(1) lorder(1) lpq(1) lpr(1) lprm(1) lptest(1)
ls(1) lxref(1) m11(1) m4(1) mail(1) make(1) man(1)
merge(1) mesg(1) minirb(1) mkdep(1) mkdir(1) mkerrlst(1) mkovmake(1)
mkstr(1) more(1) mset(1) msgs(1) mt(1) mv(1) neqn(1)
netstat(1) newaliases(1) newsetup(1) newsgroups(1) nfpipe(1) nfprint(1) nfstats(1)
nice(1) nm(1) nmcoll(1) nntpxmit(1) nohup(1) notes(1) nroff(1)
nslookup(1) od(1) oldassn(1) page(1) pagesize(1) passwd(1) pathalias(1)
pdx(1) pi(1) pix(1) plot(1) pmerge(1) pr(1) prep(1)
printenv(1) printf(1) prmail(1) prof(1) ps(1) ptx(1) pwd(1)
px(1) pxp(1) pxref(1) qterm(1) quota(1) ranlib(1) ratfor(1)
rb(1) rcp(1) rcs(1) rcsdiff(1) rcsfreeze(1) rcsintro(1) rcsmerge(1)
rdist(1) readnotes(1) refer(1) reset(1) rev(1) rlog(1) rlogin(1)
rm(1) rmail(1) rmdir(1) rn(1) roffbib(1) rsh(1) ruptime(1)
rwho(1) rx(1) rz(1) sb(1) sccs(1) sccstorcs(1) script(1)
sed(1) sendbug(1) sh(1) shar(1) shortc(1) size(1) sleep(1)
soelim(1) sort(1) sortbib(1) spell(1) spellin(1) spellout(1) spline(1)
split(1) strcompact(1) strings(1) strip(1) struct(1) stty(1) style(1)
su(1) sum(1) sx(1) symcompact(1) symorder(1) sz(1) tabs(1)
tail(1) talk(1) tar(1) tbl(1) tc(1) tcopy(1) tee(1)
telnet(1) test(1) tftp(1) time(1) tip(1) tk(1) tn3270(1)
touch(1) tp(1) tr(1) troff(1) true(1) tset(1) tsort(1)
tty(1) ul(1) uname(1) uncompress(1) unexpand(1) unifdef(1) uniq(1)
units(1) uptime(1) users(1) uucp(1) uudecode(1) uuencode(1) uulog(1)
uuname(1) uuq(1) uusend(1) uux(1) vacation(1) vgrind(1) vi(1)
vmsbackup(1) vmsprep(1) vmstat(1) vwidth(1) wait(1) wall(1) wc(1)
welcome(1) what(1) whatis(1) whereis(1) which(1) while(1) who(1)
whoami(1) whois(1) window(1) write(1) xargs(1) xstr(1) yacc(1)
yes(1) zcat(1)

BSD 2.11 Commands Man Page Section: 2

accept(2) access(2) acct(2) adjtime(2) bind(2) brk(2) chdir(2)
chflags(2) chmod(2) chown(2) chroot(2) close(2) connect(2) creat(2)
dup(2) dup2(2) execve(2) exit(2) fchdir(2) fchflags(2) fchmod(2)
fchown(2) fcntl(2) fetchi(2) flock(2) fork(2) fperr(2) fstat(2)
fstatfs(2) fsync(2) ftruncate(2) getdtablesize(2) getegid(2) geteuid(2) getfsstat(2)
getgid(2) getgroups(2) gethostid(2) gethostname(2) getitimer(2) getpagesize(2) getpeername(2)
getpgrp(2) getpid(2) getppid(2) getpriority(2) getrlimit(2) getrusage(2) getsockname(2)
getsockopt(2) gettimeofday(2) getuid(2) intro(2) ioctl(2) kill(2) killpg(2)
link(2) listen(2) lock(2) lseek(2) lstat(2) mkdir(2) mknod(2)
mount(2) nostk(2) open(2) phys(2) pipe(2) profil(2) ptrace(2)
quota(2) read(2) readlink(2) readv(2) reboot(2) recv(2) recvfrom(2)
recvmsg(2) rename(2) rmdir(2) sbrk(2) select(2) send(2) sendmsg(2)
sendto(2) setgroups(2) sethostid(2) sethostname(2) setitimer(2) setpgrp(2) setpriority(2)
setquota(2) setregid(2) setreuid(2) setrlimit(2) setsockopt(2) settimeofday(2) shutdown(2)
sigblock(2) sigpause(2) sigreturn(2) sigsetmask(2) sigstack(2) sigvec(2) socket(2)
socketpair(2) stat(2) statfs(2) swapon(2) symlink(2) sync(2) syscall(2)
truncate(2) ucall(2) umask(2) umount(2) unlink(2) utimes(2) vfork(2)
vhangup(2) wait(2) wait3(2) wait4(2) waitpid(2) write(2) writev(2)

BSD 2.11 Commands Man Page Section: 3

_longjmp(3) _setjmp(3) abort(3) abs(3) access(3) acos(3) acosh(3)
addr(3) alarm(3) alloca(3) alphasort(3) and(3) arc(3) asctime(3)
asin(3) asinh(3) assert(3) atan(3) atan2(3) atanh(3) atof(3)
atoi(3) atol(3) bcmp(3) bcopy(3) besj1(3) besj3(3) besjn(3)
bessel(3) besy1(3) besy3(3) besyn(3) bit(3) box(3) bstring(3)
byteorder(3) bzero(3) cabs(3) calloc(3) cbrt(3) ceil(3) chdir(3)
chmod(3) circle(3) clearerr(3) closedir(3) closelog(3) clospl(3) comp(3)
compat-sys5(3) cont(3) copysign(3) cos(3) cosh(3) crypt(3) ctime(3)
ctype(3) curses(3) daemon(3) dbesj1(3) dbesj3(3) dbesjn(3) dbesy1(3)
dbesy3(3) dbesyn(3) dbm(3) dbm_clearerr(3) dbm_close(3) dbm_delete(3) dbm_error(3)
dbm_fetch(3) dbm_firstkey(3) dbm_nextkey(3) dbm_open(3) dbm_store(3) dbminit(3) delete(3)
devname(3) dffrac(3) dflmax(3) dflmin(3) directory(3) drand(3) drandm(3)
drem(3) dtime(3) ecvt(3) edata(3) encrypt(3) end(3) endfsent(3)
endgrent(3) endhostent(3) endnetent(3) endprotoent(3) endpwent(3) endservent(3) endttyent(3)
endusershell(3) environ(3) erase(3) erf(3) erfc(3) err(3) etext(3)
etime(3) execl(3) execle(3) execlp(3) exect(3) execv(3) execve(3)
execvp(3) exit(3) exp(3) expm1(3) fabs(3) falloc(3) fclose(3)
fcvt(3) fdate(3) fdopen(3) feof(3) ferror(3) fetch(3) fflush(3)
ffrac(3) ffs(3) fgetc(3) fgets(3) fileno(3) finite(3) firstkey(3)
flmax(3) flmin(3) floor(3) flush(3) fopen(3) fork(3) fortran(3)
fpecnt(3) fprintf(3) fputc(3) fputs(3) fread(3) free(3) freopen(3)
frexp(3) fscanf(3) fseek(3) fstat(3) ftell(3) ftime(3) fwrite(3)
gamma(3) gcvt(3) gerror(3) getarg(3) getc(3) getchar(3) getcwd(3)
getdate(3) getdisk(3) getdiskbyname(3) getenv(3) getfsent(3) getfsfile(3) getfsspec(3)
getfstype(3) getgid(3) getgrent(3) getgrgid(3) getgrnam(3) gethostbyaddr(3) gethostbyname(3)
gethostent(3) getloadavg(3) getlog(3) getlogin(3) getmntinfo(3) getmntopts(3) getmode(3)
getnetbyaddr(3) getnetbyname(3) getnetent(3) getopt(3) getpass(3) getpid(3) getprotobyname(3)
getprotobynumber(3) getprotoent(3) getpwent(3) getpwnam(3) getpwuid(3) gets(3) getservbyname(3)
getservbyport(3) getservent(3) getsubopt(3) getttyent(3) getttynam(3) getuid(3) getusershell(3)
getw(3) getwd(3) glob(3) gmtime(3) gtty(3) hostnm(3) hosts_access(3)
htonl(3) htons(3) hypot(3) iargc(3) idate(3) ident(3) ieee(3)
ierrno(3) index(3) inet(3) inet_addr(3) inet_lnaof(3) inet_makeaddr(3) inet_netof(3)
inet_network(3) inet_ntoa(3) infnan(3) initgroups(3) initstate(3) inmax(3) insque(3)
intro(3) ioinit(3) irand(3) irandm(3) isalnum(3) isalpha(3) isascii(3)
isatty(3) iscntrl(3) isdigit(3) islower(3) isprint(3) ispunct(3) isspace(3)
isupper(3) isxdigit(3) itime(3) j0(3) kill(3) l3tol(3) label(3)
ldexp(3) ldfps(3) len(3) lgamma(3) lib2648(3) line(3) linemd(3)
linemod(3) link(3) lnblnk(3) loc(3) localtime(3) log(3) log13(3)
log1p(3) logb(3) long(3) longjmp(3) lshift(3) lstat(3) ltime(3)
ltol3(3) malloc(3) math(3) memccpy(3) memchr(3) memcmp(3) memcpy(3)
memset(3) mkstemp(3) mktemp(3) modf(3) moncontrol(3) monitor(3) monstartup(3)
move(3) mp(3) ndbm(3) network(3) nextkey(3) nfabort(3) nfcomment(3)
nice(3) nlist(3) not(3) ns(3) ns_addr(3) ns_ntoa(3) ntoa(3)
ntohl(3) ntohs(3) opendir(3) openlog(3) openpl(3) options(3) or(3)
pause(3) pclose(3) perror(3) plot(3) point(3) popen(3) pow(3)
printf(3) psignal(3) putc(3) putchar(3) puts(3) putw(3) qsort(3)
rand(3) random(3) rcmd(3) re_comp(3) re_exec(3) readdir(3) realloc(3)
regex(3) remque(3) rename(3) resolver(3) rewind(3) rewinddir(3) rexec(3)
rindex(3) rint(3) rresvport(3) rshift(3) ruserok(3) scalb(3) scandir(3)
scanf(3) seekdir(3) setbuf(3) setbuffer(3) setegid(3) seteuid(3) setfsent(3)
setgid(3) setgrent(3) sethostent(3) sethostfile(3) setjmp(3) setkey(3) setlinebuf(3)
setlogmask(3) setmode(3) setnetent(3) setprotoent(3) setpwent(3) setpwfile(3) setrgid(3)
setruid(3) setservent(3) setstate(3) setttyent(3) setuid(3) setusershell(3) short(3)
siginterrupt(3) signal(3) sin(3) sinh(3) sleep(3) space(3) sprintf(3)
sqrt(3) srand(3) srandom(3) sscanf(3) stat(3) stdio(3) store(3)
strcasecmp(3) strcat(3) strchr(3) strcmp(3) strcpy(3) strcspn(3) strerror(3)
strftime(3) string(3) strlen(3) strncasecmp(3) strncat(3) strncmp(3) strncpy(3)
strpbrk(3) strrchr(3) strsep(3) strspn(3) strstr(3) strtok(3) strtol(3)
strtoul(3) stty(3) swab(3) symlnk(3) sys_siglist(3) sysctl(3) syserrlst(3)
syslog(3) system(3) tan(3) tanh(3) tclose(3) telldir(3) tempnam(3)
termcap(3) tgetent(3) tgetflag(3) tgetnum(3) tgetstr(3) tgoto(3) time(3)
times(3) timezone(3) tmpfile(3) tmpnam(3) toascii(3) tolower(3) topen(3)
toupper(3) tputs(3) traper(3) trapov(3) traverse(3) tread(3) trewin(3)
trpfpe(3) tskipf(3) tstate(3) ttynam(3) ttyname(3) ttyslot(3) twrite(3)
ualarm(3) uname(3) ungetc(3) unlink(3) usleep(3) utime(3) valloc(3)
varargs(3) vfprintf(3) vmf(3) vprintf(3) vsprintf(3) wait(3) xor(3)

BSD 2.11 Commands Man Page Section: 4

acc(4) arp(4) bk(4) br(4) cons(4) css(4) de(4)
dh(4) dhu(4) dhv(4) dmc(4) dr(4) dvhp(4) dz(4)
ec(4) en(4) fd(4) hk(4) hp(4) ht(4) hy(4)
icmp(4) idp(4) il(4) imp(4) impconf(4) inet(4) intro(4)
ip(4) kmem(4) lo(4) lp(4) mem(4) mtio(4) networking(4)
ns(4) nsip(4) null(4) pty(4) qe(4) ra(4) ram(4)
rk(4) rl(4) rm(4) rp(4) rx(4) si(4) spp(4)
sri(4) stderr(4) stdin(4) stdout(4) swap(4) tb(4) tcp(4)
tm(4) tmscp(4) ts(4) tty(4) udp(4) vv(4) xp(4)

BSD 2.11 Commands Man Page Section: 5

L-devices(5) L-dialcodes(5) Laliases(5) Lcmds(5) Lsys(5) USERFILE(5) aout(5)
acct(5) aliases(5) ar5(5) core(5) dbx(5) dir(5) disklabel5(5)
disktab(5) dtab(5) dump(5) dumpdates(5) fs(5) fstab(5) gettytab(5)
group(5) hosts(5) hosts_access(5) hosts_options(5) inode(5) map3270(5) networks(5)
passwd(5) phones(5) plot(5) printcap(5) protocols(5) ranlib5(5) rcsfile(5)
remote(5) resolver(5) services(5) shells(5) stack(5) syserrlst(5) tar(5)
termcap(5) tp(5) ttys(5) types(5) tzfile(5) utmp(5) uuencode(5)
vfont(5) vgrindefs(5) wtmp(5)

BSD 2.11 Commands Man Page Section: 6

aardvark(6) adventure(6) arithmetic(6) backgammon(6) banner(6) battlestar(6) bcd(6)
bj(6) boggle(6) canfield(6) cfscores(6) chess(6) ching(6) cribbage(6)
doctor(6) fish(6) fortune(6) hack(6) hangman(6) hunt(6) mille(6)
monop(6) moo(6) number(6) quiz(6) rain(6) robots(6) rogue(6)
sail(6) snake(6) snscore(6) trek(6) ttt(6) warp(6) words(6)
worm(6) worms(6) wump(6) zork(6)

BSD 2.11 Commands Man Page Section: 7

ascii(7) environ(7) eqnchar(7) hier(7) hostname(7) intro(7) mailaddr(7)
man(7) me(7) miscellaneous(7) ms(7) term(7)

BSD 2.11 Commands Man Page Section: 8

XNSrouted(8) ac(8) accton(8) acucntrl(8) adduser(8) arcv(8) arff(8)
arp(8) autoconfig(8) bad144(8) badsect(8) boot(8) bugfiler(8) catman(8)
chown(8) chroot(8) clri(8) comsat(8) crash(8) cron(8) dcheck(8)
dev_mkdb(8) disklabel(8) diskpart(8) dmesg(8) drtest(8) dump(8) dumpdir(8)
dumpfs(8) edquota(8) fastboot(8) fingerd(8) flcopy(8) format(8) fsck(8)
fstat(8) ftpd(8) gettable(8) getty(8) halt(8) htable(8) icheck(8)
identd(8) ifconfig(8) implog(8) implogd(8) inetd(8) init(8) intro(8)
kgmon(8) lpc(8) lpd(8) makedev(8) makekey(8) mkfs(8) mkhosts(8)
mklost+found(8) mknf(8) mknod(8) mkpasswd(8) mkproto(8) mount(8) named(8)
ncheck(8) newfs(8) newsinput(8) newsoutput(8) nfaccess(8) nfadmin(8) nfarchive(8)
nfdump(8) nfload(8) nfmail(8) nfrcv(8) nftimestamp(8) nfxmit(8) nslookup(8)
ntp(8) ntpd(8) ntpdc(8) pac(8) ping(8) popper(8) pstat(8)
quot(8) quotacheck(8) quotaoff(8) quotaon(8) rc(8) rdump(8) reboot(8)
renice(8) repquota(8) restor(8) rexecd(8) rlogind(8) rmnf(8) rmt(8)
route(8) routed(8) rrestore(8) rshd(8) rwhod(8) rxformat(8) sa(8)
savecore(8) sendmail(8) shutdown(8) slattach(8) sticky(8) swapon(8) sync(8)
sysctl(8) syslogd(8) talkd(8) tcpd(8) tcpdchk(8) tcpdmatch(8) telnetd(8)
tftpd(8) timed(8) timedc(8) traceroute(8) trpt(8) trsp(8) tunefs(8)
umount(8) update(8) uucico(8) uuclean(8) uucpd(8) uupoll(8) uusnap(8)
uuxqt(8) vipw(8) zdump(8) zic(8)

BSD 2.11 Commands Man Page Section: 8c

XNSrouted(8c) ac(8c) accton(8c) acucntrl(8c) adduser(8c) arcv(8c) arff(8c)
arp(8c) autoconfig(8c) bad144(8c) badsect(8c) boot(8c) bugfiler(8c) catman(8c)
chown(8c) chroot(8c) clri(8c) comsat(8c) crash(8c) cron(8c) dcheck(8c)
dev_mkdb(8c) disklabel(8c) diskpart(8c) dmesg(8c) drtest(8c) dump(8c) dumpdir(8c)
dumpfs(8c) edquota(8c) fastboot(8c) fingerd(8c) flcopy(8c) format(8c) fsck(8c)
fstat(8c) ftpd(8c) gettable(8c) getty(8c) halt(8c) htable(8c) icheck(8c)
identd(8c) ifconfig(8c) implog(8c) implogd(8c) inetd(8c) init(8c) intro(8c)
kgmon(8c) lpc(8c) lpd(8c) makedev(8c) makekey(8c) mkfs(8c) mkhosts(8c)
mklost+found(8c) mknf(8c) mknod(8c) mkpasswd(8c) mkproto(8c) mount(8c) named(8c)
ncheck(8c) newfs(8c) newsinput(8c) newsoutput(8c) nfaccess(8c) nfadmin(8c) nfarchive(8c)
nfdump(8c) nfload(8c) nfmail(8c) nfrcv(8c) nftimestamp(8c) nfxmit(8c) nslookup(8c)
ntp(8c) ntpd(8c) ntpdc(8c) pac(8c) ping(8c) popper(8c) pstat(8c)
quot(8c) quotacheck(8c) quotaoff(8c) quotaon(8c) rc(8c) rdump(8c) reboot(8c)
renice(8c) repquota(8c) restor(8c) rexecd(8c) rlogind(8c) rmnf(8c) rmt(8c)
route(8c) routed(8c) rrestore(8c) rshd(8c) rwhod(8c) rxformat(8c) sa(8c)
savecore(8c) sendmail(8c) shutdown(8c) slattach(8c) sticky(8c) swapon(8c) sync(8c)
sysctl(8c) syslogd(8c) talkd(8c) tcpd(8c) tcpdchk(8c) tcpdmatch(8c) telnetd(8c)
tftpd(8c) timed(8c) timedc(8c) traceroute(8c) trpt(8c) trsp(8c) tunefs(8c)
umount(8c) update(8c) uucico(8c) uuclean(8c) uucpd(8c) uupoll(8c) uusnap(8c)
uuxqt(8c) vipw(8c) zdump(8c) zic(8c)

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