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list_devices(1) [sunos man page]

list_devices(1) 														   list_devices(1)

NAME
list_devices - list allocatable devices SYNOPSIS
list_devices [-s] [ -U uid] -l [device] list_devices [-s] [ -U uid] -n [device] list_devices [-s] [ -U uid] -u [device] The list_devices utility lists the allocatable devices in the system according to specified qualifications. The device and all device special files associated with the device are listed. The device argument is optional and, if it is not present, all relevant devices are listed. The following options are supported: -l [device] Lists the pathname(s) of the device special files associated with the device that are allocatable to the current process. If device is given, lists only the files associated with the specified device. -n [device] Lists the pathname(s) of device special files associated with the device that are allocatable to the current process but are not currently allocated. If device is given, lists only the files associated with that device. -s Silent. Suppresses any diagnostic output. -u [device] Lists the pathname(s) of device special files, associated with the device that are allocated to the owner of the current process. If device is given, list only the files associated with that device. -U uid Uses the user ID uid instead of the real user ID of the current process when performing the list_devices operation. Only a user with the solaris.device.revoke authorization can use this option. The following exit values are returned: non--zero An error occurred. /etc/security/device_allocate /etc/security/device_maps /etc/security/dev/* /usr/security/lib/* See attributes(5) for descriptions of the following attributes: +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ | ATTRIBUTE TYPE | ATTRIBUTE VALUE | +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ |Availability |SUNWcsu | +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ allocate(1), deallocate(1), bsmconv(1M), dminfo(1M), mkdevalloc(1M), mkdevmaps(1M), device_allocate(4), device_maps(4), attributes(5) The functionality described in this man page is available only if the Basic Security Module (BSM) has been enabled. See bsmconv(1M) for more information. /etc/security/dev, mkdevalloc(1M), and mkdevmaps(1M) might not be supported in a future release of the Solaris Operating Environment. 28 Mar 2005 list_devices(1)

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deallocate(1)															     deallocate(1)

NAME
deallocate - device deallocation SYNOPSIS
deallocate [-s] device deallocate [-s] [-F] device deallocate [-s] -I The deallocate utility deallocates a device allocated to the evoking user. device can be a device defined in device_allocate(4) or one of the device special files associated with the device. It resets the ownership and the permission on all device special files associated with device, disabling the user's access to that device. This option can be used by an authorized user to remove access to the device by another user. The required authorization is solaris.device.allocate. When deallocation or forced deallocation is performed, the appropriate device cleaning program is executed, based on the contents of device_allocate(4). These cleaning programs are normally stored in /etc/security/lib. The following options are supported: device Deallocate the device associated with the device special file specified by device. -s Silent. Suppresses any diagnostic output. -F device Forces deallocation of the device associated with the file specified by device. Only a user with the solaris.device.revoke authorization is permitted to use this option. -I Forces deallocation of all allocatable devices. Only a user with the solaris.device.revoke authorization is permitted to use this option. This option should only be used at system initialization. The following exit values are returned: non--zero An error occurred. /etc/security/device_allocate /etc/security/device_maps /etc/security/dev/* /etc/security/lib/* See attributes(5) for descriptions of the following attributes: +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ | ATTRIBUTE TYPE | ATTRIBUTE VALUE | +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ |Availability |SUNWcsu | +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ allocate(1), list_devices(1), bsmconv(1M), dminfo(1M), mkdevalloc(1M), mkdevmaps(1M), device_allocate(4), device_maps(4), attributes(5) The functionality described in this man page is available only if the Basic Security Module (BSM) has been enabled. See bsmconv(1M) for more information. /etc/security/dev, mkdevalloc(1M), and mkdevmaps(1M) might not be supported in a future release of the Solaris Operating Environment. 28 Mar 2005 deallocate(1)

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