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config(8) [ultrix man page]

config(8)						      System Manager's Manual							 config(8)

Name
       config - build system configuration files

Syntax
       /etc/config [-p] [-s] config_file

Description
       The  command  builds a set of system configuration files from a short file which describes the sort of system that is being configured.	It
       also takes as input a file which tells what files are needed to generate a system.  This can be augmented by a configuration  specific  set
       of files that give alternate files for a specific machine.  (See the Files section.)  If the -p option is supplied, will configure a system
       for profiling.  You must have sources to use the -p option.  Use the -s option when building a kernel from sources.

       The command should be run from the subdirectory of the system source (usually ).  The command assumes that there  is  already  a  directory
       created	and it places all its output files in there.  The output of consists of a number files: contains a description of what I/O devices
       are attached to the system, and is a file used by in building the system; a set of header files which contain the number of various devices
       that  will  be  compiled into the system; and a set of swap configuration files which contain definitions for the disk areas to be used for
       swapping, the root file system, argument processing, and system dumps.

       After running it is necessary to run in the directory where the new makefile was created.  The command reminds you of  this  when  it  com-
       pletes.

       If  you receive other error messages from fix the errors in your configuration file and try again.  If compile a system that has configura-
       tion errors, the system will fail.

Restrictions
       The line numbers reported in error messages are usually off by one.

Files
       Generic makefile

       List of common files that the system is built from

       List of machine specific files

       Name to major device mapping file

       List of known file systems

See Also
       The Syntax portion of each device in Section 4 of the ULTRIX Reference Pages
       ``Building 4.2BSD UNIX System with Config,'' ULTRIX Supplementary Documents, Volume 3: System Manager

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edquota(8)						      System Manager's Manual							edquota(8)

Name
       edquota - edit user quotas

Syntax
       edquota [ -p proto-user ] users...

Description
       The  command  is  a quota editor.  You can specify one or more users on the command line.  For each user, creates  a temporary file with an
       ASCII representation of the current disc quotas for that user and an editor is then invoked on the file.  You can then modify  the  quotas,
       add new quotas, and so forth.  Upon leaving the editor, reads the temporary file and modifies the binary quota files to reflect the changes
       made.

       If a valid quota file does not exist, refers the user to The user then has the option of either supplying the command  which  automatically
       creates the necessary quota file, or creating an empty quota file by various other means.

       If  the	option	is specified, duplicates for each user, the quotas of the prototypical user specified. This is the usual mechanism used to
       initialize quotas for groups of users.

       The editor invoked is unless the environment variable EDITOR specifies otherwise.

       Only the superuser can edit quotas.

Diagnostics
       Various messages about inaccessible files. Other messages are self-explanatory.

Files
       quotas	      At the root of each file system with quotas

       Used to find file system names and locations

See Also
       quota(1), quota(2), quotacheck(8), quotaon(8), repquota(8)
       ``Disk Quotas in a UNIX Environment,'' ULTRIX Supplementary Documents, Volume 3: System Manager

																	edquota(8)
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