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wdutil(8)						    BSD System Manager's Manual 						 wdutil(8)

wdutil -- Wireless Diagnostics command line utility. SYNOPSIS
wdutil [command] DESCRIPTION
wdutil provides functionality of the Wireless Diagnostics application in command line form. COMMANDS
The following commands are available: diagnose [-f outputDirectoryPath] Equivalent to running the Wireless Diagnostics application, without UI. The default outputDirectoryPath is /var/tmp. Requires sudo. info Displays all of the content included in the Wi-Fi Info utility view. log [{+|-} {dhcp|od|dns|eapol|wifi}]+ Enables or disables logging for DHCP, OpenDirectory, DNS, EAPOL, and Wi-Fi Requires sudo. dump Dumps the temporary Wi-Fi log buffer to /tmp/wifi-XXXXXX.log EXAMPLES
Run all diagnostic tests: sudo wdutil diagnose Gather information about the current wireless environment: wdutil info Enable DHCP and OpenDirectory logging: sudo wdutil log +dhcp +od Disable EAPOL logging: sudo wdutil log -eapol AUTHOR
This program and document are maintained by Apple Inc. <>. HISTORY
The wdutil command first appeared in Mac OS X Version 10.9. BSD
June 2, 2019 BSD

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wdutil - manipulate Native Language I/O word dictionary SYNOPSIS
wdutil [ -c | -i[kcap][,dcap] | -jjfile ] file wdutil [ -pd[desig] | -pk[desig] ] file wdutil [ -sd[[+|-]val] | -sk[[+|-]val] ] file wdutil [ -ud | -uk | -ut ] file wdutil [ -d | -l ] file DESCRIPTION
wdutil is used to manipulate the word dictionary used by Native Language I/O for phrase and word conversion. The word dictionary consists of a key entries block and a data entries block. The key entries block holds the designations, and the data entries block holds the words corresponding to each designation. wdutil also functions as a filter for transforming a word dictionary to a text file, and vice versa. See the Text File section for the layout of a text file. wdutil recognizes one of the options below. If no option is specified and the file is a valid word dictionary, the capacity of the key and data entries blocks in the file is displayed. Otherwise, an error message is printed. The capacity of the key entries block determines the maximum number of designations. The capacity of the data entries block determines the maximum number of words. Options -c Condense the data entries block in the file to obtain a larger contiguous free area. If the format version of the file is old, it is updated. -i[kcap][,dcap] Initialize the file as a word dictionary which has key entries block capacity specified by kcap and data entries block capacity specified by dcap. If the file does not exist, it is created. The default values are 499 for kcap and 650 for dcap. -jjfile Join the dictionary jfile into the file. The capacity of the resulting file is the sum of the capacities of the original file and the jfile. -pk[desig] Display the designations in the order of their code value. If desig ends with *, designations starting with desig are printed. If desig is * or omitted, all designations in the file are printed. -pd[desig] Display the designations and their corresponding words and part of speeches. The string desig has the same format as in -pk. -sd[[+|-]val] Change the capacity of the data entries block in the file. If + or - precedes val, the current value is incremented or decremented by val. Otherwise, the capacity is changed to val. The default value for val is 650. -sk[[+|-]val] Change the capacity of the key entries block in the file. The number val has the same format as in -sd option. The default value for val is 499. -ud Display the capacity and usage of the data entries block, and the size of contiguous free area. -uk Display the capacity and usage of the key entries block. -ut Display the capacity and usage of both the key and data entries blocks, and the size of contiguous free area of the data entries block. -d Read a word dictionary, transform it into text form, and dump it to the standard output. If the word includes a character whose code is undefined in $LANG code set, its internal code is dumped in hexadecimal notation. -l Load the entry lines in text form from the standard input into the specified word dictionary. If specified dictionary exists, wdutil overwrites it with loaded entry lines; otherwise wdutil creates a new one containing them. If an entry line is invalid, it is rejected and an error message is displayed on the standard error. Text File Each entry line in the text file consists of the following fields terminated by . White space can be used as field separator. The 3rd field is effective only if LANG=japanese, japanese.euc, ja_JP.SJIS, or ja_JP.eucJP designation word hinshi(part of speech) designation Consists of up to sixteen characters excluding special characters. However, after being transformed by the -d option, all charac- ters in designation are 2-byte characters in a text file. word The word corresponding to designation consists of up to 50 bytes of multi-byte characters. The word may have hexadecimal notation instead of multi-byte characters. For example, the hexadecimal notation 'x7e7e' is recognized as a character whose internal code is 0x7e7e. hinshi Specify a part of speech which is one of noun, sa-hen verb, surname, personal name, and address. Filling conventions are FUTSU- UMEISHI(or simply MEISHI), SAHENDOUSHI(or simply SAHEN), SEI, MEI and CHIMEI in kanji character. If nothing is specified, wdutil sets it FUTSUUMEISHI automatically. EXTERNAL INFLUENCES
International Code Set Support Single byte and multibyte character code sets are supported. WARNINGS
The smallest prime number not smaller than the given value is used as the capacity of a key entries block. However, if the given value is smaller than 5, 5 is used. Voiced plosive or non_voiced plosive in a designation is counted as 1 character in a text file. User dictionaries with old format version are supported on HP-UX 10.0, but they will not be supported in the future. To update them, use -c option: $ wdutil -c file AUTHOR
wdutil was developed by HP. wdutil(1)
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