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autoconf(4)						     Kernel Interfaces Manual						       autoconf(4)

Name
       autoconf - diagnostics from the autoconfiguration code

Description
       When  ULTRIX  bootstraps,  it  probes the machine it is running on and locates controllers, drives, and other devices, printing out what it
       finds on the console.  This procedure is driven by a system configuration table, which is processed by and compiled into each kernel.

Diagnostics
       cpu%d ( version %f, implementation %d )
       A cpu is present.

       fpu%d ( version %f, implementation %d )
       An fpu is present.

       pm%d at ibus%d
       A monochrome or color graphics device is present.

       cfb%d at ibus%d
       A color graphic device is present.

       dc%d at ibus%d
       A serial line controller is present.

       sii%d at ibus%d
       An SCSI sii controller is present.

       asc%d at ibus%d
       An SCSI asc controller is present.

       rz%d at sii%d/asc%d slave %d ( RZ%d )
       An SCSI disk device is present.

       tz%d at sii%d/asc%d slave %d ( TK%d )
       An SCSI tape device is present.

       ln%d at ibus%d
       An Ethernet interface is present.

See Also
       intro(4), config(8)

								       RISC							       autoconf(4)

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IBUS-DAEMON(1)							   User Commands						    IBUS-DAEMON(1)

NAME
ibus-daemon - daemon program for ibus SYNOPSIS
ibus-daemon [OPTION]... DESCRIPTION
IBus is an Intelligent Input Bus. It is a new input framework for Linux OS. It provides full featured and user friendly input method user interface. It also may help developers to develop input method easily. ibus-daemon is a daemon program for ibus and it is also a start up program for users to activate ibus daemon, engines and panel. Help Options: -h, --help Show help options Application Options: -d, --daemonize run ibus as background process. -s, --single do not execute panel and config module. -x, --xim execute ibus XIM server. -n, --desktop=name specify the name of desktop session. [default=gnome] -p, --panel=cmdline specify the cmdline of panel program. -c, --config=cmdline specify the cmdline of config program. -a, --address=address specify the address of ibus daemon. -r, --replace if there is an old ibus-daemon is running, it will be replaced. -t, --cache=mode [default is auto] force to re-scan components, and re-create registry cache. auto, refresh, none is available. -o, --timeout=timeout [default is 2000] dbus reply timeout in milliseconds. -j, --monitor-timeout=timeout [default is 0] timeout of poll changes of engines in seconds. 0 to disable it. -m, --mem-profile enable memory profile, send SIGUSR2 to print out the memory profile. -v, --verbose verbose. BUGS
If you find a bug, please report it at http://code.google.com/p/ibus/issues/list SEE ALSO
ibus(1) 1.5.3 April 2010 IBUS-DAEMON(1)
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