Bsd updating kernel Live latex chat

Rated 3.94/5 based on 934 customer reviews

top .ldaprc(5) - LDAP configuration file/environment variables top 30-systemd-environment-d-generator(7) - List all manpages from the systemd project 30-systemd-environment-d-generator(8) - Load variables specified by environment.d top a64l(3) - convert between long and base-64 a64l(3p) - bit integer and a radix-64 ASCII string abicompat(1) - check ABI compatibility abidiff(1) - compare ABIs of ELF files abidw(1) - serialize the ABI of an ELF file ====== abidw ====== abilint(1) - validate an abigail ABI representation abipkgdiff(1) - compare ABIs of ELF files in software packages abort(3) - cause abnormal process termination abort(3p) - generate an abnormal process abort abs(3) - compute the absolute value of an integer abs(3p) - return an integer absolute value ac(1) - print statistics about users' connect time ac(8) - print statistics about users' connect time accept(2) - accept a connection on a socket accept(3p) - accept a new connection on a socket accept4(2) - accept a connection on a socket access(2) - check user's permissions for a file access(3p) - determine accessibility of a file relative to directory file descriptor access.conf(5) - the login access control table file accessdb(8) - dumps the content of a man-db database in a human readable format acct(2) - switch process accounting on or off acct(5) - process accounting file accton(8) - turns process accounting on or off acl(5) - Access Control Lists acl_add_perm(3) - add a permission to an ACL permission set acl_calc_mask(3) - calculate the file group class mask acl_check(3) - check an ACL for validity acl_clear_perms(3) - clear all permissions from an ACL permission set acl_cmp(3) - compare two ACLs acl_copy_entry(3) - copy an ACL entry acl_copy_ext(3) - copy an ACL from internal to external representation acl_copy_int(3) - copy an ACL from external to internal representation acl_create_entry(3) - create a new ACL entry acl_delete_def_file(3) - delete a default ACL by filename acl_delete_entry(3) - delete an ACL entry acl_delete_perm(3) - delete a permission from an ACL permission set acl_dup(3) - duplicate an ACL acl_entries(3) - return the number of entries in an ACL acl_equiv_mode(3) - check for an equivalent ACL acl_error(3) - convert an ACL error code to a text message acl_extended_fd(3) - test for information in the ACL by file descriptor acl_extended_file(3) - test for information in ACLs by file name acl_extended_file_nofollow(3) - test for information in ACLs by file name acl_free(3) - release memory allocated to an ACL data object acl_from_mode(3) - create an ACL from file permission bits acl_from_text(3) - create an ACL from text acl_get_entry(3) - get an ACL entry acl_get_fd(3) - get an ACL by file descriptor acl_get_file(3) - get an ACL by filename acl_get_perm(3) - test for a permission in an ACL permission set acl_get_permset(3) - retrieve the permission set from an ACL entry acl_get_qualifier(3) - retrieve the qualifier from an ACL entry acl_get_tag_type(3) - get the tag type of an ACL entry acl_init(3) - initialize ACL working storage acl_set_fd(3) - set an ACL by file descriptor acl_set_file(3) - set an ACL by filename acl_set_permset(3) - set the permission set in an ACL entry acl_set_qualifier(3) - set the qualifier of an ACL entry acl_set_tag_type(3) - set the tag type of an ACL entry acl_size(3) - get the size of the external representation of an ACL acl_to_any_text(3) - convert an ACL to text acl_to_text(3) - convert an ACL to text acl_valid(3) - validate an ACL acos(3) - arc cosine function acos(3p) - arc cosine functions acosf(3) - arc cosine function acosf(3p) - arc cosine functions acosh(3) - inverse hyperbolic cosine function acosh(3p) - inverse hyperbolic cosine functions acoshf(3) - inverse hyperbolic cosine function acoshf(3p) - inverse hyperbolic cosine functions acoshl(3) - inverse hyperbolic cosine function acoshl(3p) - inverse hyperbolic cosine functions acosl(3) - arc cosine function acosl(3p) - arc cosine functions acs_map(3x) - curses terminfo global variables addch(3x) - add a character (with attributes) to a curses window, then advance the cursor addchnstr(3x) - add a string of characters (and attributes) to a curses window addchstr(3x) - add a string of characters (and attributes) to a curses window addftinfo(1) - add information to troff font files for use with groff add_key(2) - add a key to the kernel's key management facility addmntent(3) - get filesystem descriptor file entry addnstr(3x) - add a string of characters to a curses window and advance cursor addnwstr(3x) - add a string of wide characters to a curses window and advance cursor addpart(8) - tell the kernel about the existence of a partition addr2line(1) - convert addresses into file names and line numbers.addseverity(3) - introduce new severity classes addstr(3x) - add a string of characters to a curses window and advance cursor add_wch(3x) - add a complex character and rendition to a curses window, then advance the cursor add_wchnstr(3x) - add an array of complex characters (and attributes) to a curses window add_wchstr(3x) - add an array of complex characters (and attributes) to a curses window addwstr(3x) - add a string of wide characters to a curses window and advance cursor adjtime(3) - correct the time to synchronize the system clock adjtimex(2) - tune kernel clock admin(1p) - create and administer SCCS files (DEVELOPMENT) afmtodit(1) - create font files for use with groff -Tps and -Tpdf afs_syscall(2) - unimplemented system calls __after_morecore_hook(3) - malloc debugging variables agetty(8) - alternative Linux getty aio(7) - POSIX asynchronous I/O overview aio.h(0p) - asynchronous input and output aio_cancel(3) - cancel an outstanding asynchronous I/O request aio_cancel(3p) - cancel an asynchronous I/O request aio_error(3) - get error status of asynchronous I/O operation aio_error(3p) - retrieve errors status for an asynchronous I/O operation aio_fsync(3) - asynchronous file synchronization aio_fsync(3p) - asynchronous file synchronization aio_init(3) - asynchronous I/O initialization aio_read(3) - asynchronous read aio_read(3p) - asynchronous read from a file aio_return(3) - get return status of asynchronous I/O operation aio_return(3p) - retrieve return status of an asynchronous I/O operation aio_suspend(3) - wait for asynchronous I/O operation or timeout aio_suspend(3p) - wait for an asynchronous I/O request aio_write(3) - asynchronous write aio_write(3p) - asynchronous write to a file alarm(2) - set an alarm clock for delivery of a signal alarm(3p) - schedule an alarm signal alias(1p) - define or display aliases aligned_alloc(3) - allocate aligned memory alloca(3) - allocate memory that is automatically freed alloc_hugepages(2) - allocate or free huge pages alloc_pair(3x) - new curses color-pair functions alphasort(3) - scan a directory for matching entries alphasort(3p) - scan a directory anacron(8) - runs commands periodically anacrontab(5) - configuration file for Anacron and(3) - reference the SELinux kernel status without invocation of system calls apropos(1) - search the manual page names and descriptions ar(1) - create, modify, and extract from archives ar(1p) - create and maintain library archives arch_prctl(2) - set architecture-specific thread state argz(3) - functions to handle an argz list argz_add(3) - functions to handle an argz list argz_add_sep(3) - functions to handle an argz list argz_append(3) - functions to handle an argz list argz_count(3) - functions to handle an argz list argz_create(3) - functions to handle an argz list argz_create_sep(3) - functions to handle an argz list argz_delete(3) - functions to handle an argz list argz_extract(3) - functions to handle an argz list argz_insert(3) - functions to handle an argz list argz_next(3) - functions to handle an argz list argz_replace(3) - functions to handle an argz list argz_stringify(3) - functions to handle an argz list aria_chk(1) - Aria table-maintenance utility aria_dump_log(1) - Dump content of Aria log pages.auparse_find_field(3) - search for field name auparse_find_field_next(3) - find next occurrence of field name auparse_first_field(3) - reposition field cursor auparse_first_record(3) - reposition record cursor auparse_flush_feed(3) - flush any unconsumed feed data through parser.auparse_get_field_int(3) - get current field's value as an int auparse_get_field_name(3) - get current field's name auparse_get_field_num(3) - get current field cursor location auparse_get_field_str(3) - get current field's value auparse_get_field_type(3) - get current field's data type auparse_get_filename(3) - get the filename where record was found auparse_get_line_number(3) - get line number where record was found auparse_get_milli(3) - get the millisecond value of the event auparse_get_node(3) - get the event's machine node name auparse_get_num_fields(3) - get the number of fields auparse_get_num_records(3) - get the number of records auparse_get_record_num(3) - get current record cursor location auparse_get_record_text(3) - access unparsed record data auparse_get_serial(3) - get the event's serial number auparse_get_time(3) - get event's time auparse_get_timestamp(3) - access timestamp of the event auparse_get_type(3) - get record's type auparse_get_type_name(3) - get record's type translation auparse_goto_field_num(3) - move field cursor to specific field auparse_goto_record_num(3) - move record cursor to specific record auparse_init(3) - initialize an instance of the audit parsing library auparse_interpret_field(3) - get current field's value interpreted auparse_next_event(3) - get the next event auparse_next_field(3) - move field cursor auparse_next_record(3) - move record cursor auparse_node_compare(3) - compares node name values auparse_normalize(3) - normalize the current event auparse_normalize_functions(3) - Access normalized fields auparse_normalize_get_action(3) - Access normalized fields auparse_normalize_get_event_kind(3) - Access normalized fields auparse_normalize_get_results(3) - Access normalized fields auparse_normalize_how(3) - Access normalized fields auparse_normalize_key(3) - Access normalized fields auparse_normalize_object_first_attribute(3) - Access normalized fields auparse_normalize_object_kind(3) - Access normalized fields auparse_normalize_object_next_attribute(3) - Access normalized fields auparse_normalize_object_primary(3) - Access normalized fields auparse_normalize_object_secondary(3) - Access normalized fields auparse_normalize_session(3) - Access normalized fields auparse_normalize_subject_first_attribute(3) - Access normalized fields auparse_normalize_subject_kind(3) - Access normalized fields auparse_normalize_subject_next_attribute(3) - Access normalized fields auparse_normalize_subject_primary(3) - Access normalized fields auparse_normalize_subject_secondary(3) - Access normalized fields auparse_reset(3) - reset audit parser instance auparse_set_escape_mode(3) - choose escape method auparse_timestamp_compare(3) - compares timestamp values aureport(8) - a tool that produces summary reports of audit daemon logs ausearch-expression(5) - audit search expression format ausearch(8) - a tool to query audit daemon logs ausearch_add_expression(3) - build up search expression ausearch_add_interpreted_item(3) - build up search rule ausearch_add_item(3) - build up search rule ausearch_add_regex(3) - use regular expression search rule ausearch_add_timestamp_item(3) - build up search rule ausearch_add_timestamp_item_ex(3) - build up search rule ausearch_clear(3) - clear search parameters ausearch_next_event(3) - find the next event that meets search criteria ausearch_set_stop(3) - set the cursor position auth_destroy(3) - library routines for remote procedure calls authnone_create(3) - library routines for remote procedure calls authunix_create(3) - library routines for remote procedure calls authunix_create_default(3) - library routines for remote procedure calls auto.master(5) - Master Map for automounter autofs(5) - Format of the automounter maps autofs(8) - Service control for the automounter autofs.conf(5) - autofs configuration autofsd-probe(1) - probe Auto FS mount/unmount daemon autofs_ldap_auth.conf(5) - autofs LDAP authentication configuration automount(8) - manage autofs mount points autopoint(1) - copies standard gettext infrastructure autrace(8) - a program similar to strace avc_add_callback(3) - additional event notification for SELinux userspace object managers avc_audit(3) - obtain and audit SELinux access decisions avc_av_stats(3) - obtain userspace SELinux AVC statistics avc_cache_stats(3) - obtain userspace SELinux AVC statistics avc_cleanup(3) - userspace SELinux AVC setup and teardown avc_compute_create(3) - obtain SELinux label for new object avc_compute_member(3) - obtain SELinux label for new object avc_context_to_sid(3) - obtain and manipulate SELinux security ID's avc_destroy(3) - userspace SELinux AVC setup and teardown avc_entry_ref_init(3) - obtain and audit SELinux access decisions avc_get_initial_context(3) - obtain and manipulate SELinux security ID's avc_get_initial_sid(3) - obtain and manipulate SELinux security ID's avc_has_perm(3) - obtain and audit SELinux access decisions avc_has_perm_noaudit(3) - obtain and audit SELinux access decisions avc_init(3) - legacy userspace SELinux AVC setup avc_netlink_acquire_fd(3) - SELinux netlink processing avc_netlink_check_nb(3) - SELinux netlink processing avc_netlink_close(3) - SELinux netlink processing avc_netlink_loop(3) - SELinux netlink processing avc_netlink_open(3) - SELinux netlink processing avc_netlink_release_fd(3) - SELinux netlink processing avc_open(3) - userspace SELinux AVC setup and teardown avc_reset(3) - userspace SELinux AVC setup and teardown avc_sid_stats(3) - obtain userspace SELinux AVC statistics avc_sid_to_context(3) - obtain and manipulate SELinux security ID's avcstat(8) - Display SELinux AVC statistics awk(1p) - pattern scanning and processing language top b2sum(1) - compute and check BLAKE2 message digest babeltrace-log(1) - Babeltrace Log Converter babeltrace(1) - Babeltrace Trace Viewer and Converter backend(7) - cups backend transmission interfaces backtrace(3) - support for application self-debugging backtrace_symbols(3) - support for application self-debugging backtrace_symbols_fd(3) - support for application self-debugging badblocks(8) - search a device for bad blocks base32(1) - base32 encode/decode data and print to standard output base64(1) - base64 encode/decode data and print to standard output basename(1) - strip directory and suffix from filenames basename(1p) - directory portion of a pathname basename(3) - parse pathname components basename(3p) - return the last component of a pathname bash(1) - GNU Bourne-Again SHell basic(8) - basic traffic control filter batch(1p) - schedule commands to be executed in a batch queue baudrate(3x) - curses environment query routines bc(1p) - precision arithmetic language BC(3x) - direct curses interface to the terminfo capability database bcmp(3) - compare byte sequences bcopy(3) - copy byte sequence bdflush(2) - start, flush, or tune buffer-dirty-flush daemon be16toh(3) - convert values between host and big-/little-endian byte order be32toh(3) - convert values between host and big-/little-endian byte order be64toh(3) - convert values between host and big-/little-endian byte order beep(3x) - curses bell and screen flash routines ber_alloc_t(3) - Open LDAP LBER simplified Basic Encoding Rules library routines for encoding ber_bvarray_add(3) - Open LDAP LBER types and allocation functions ber_bvarray_free(3) - Open LDAP LBER types and allocation functions ber_bvdup(3) - Open LDAP LBER types and allocation functions ber_bvecadd(3) - Open LDAP LBER types and allocation functions ber_bvecfree(3) - Open LDAP LBER types and allocation functions ber_bvfree(3) - Open LDAP LBER types and allocation functions ber_bvstr(3) - Open LDAP LBER types and allocation functions ber_bvstrdup(3) - Open LDAP LBER types and allocation functions ber_dupbv(3) - Open LDAP LBER types and allocation functions Ber Element(3) - Open LDAP LBER types and allocation functions ber_first_element(3) - Open LDAP LBER simplified Basic Encoding Rules library routines for decoding ber_flush(3) - Open LDAP LBER simplified Basic Encoding Rules library routines for encoding ber_flush2(3) - Open LDAP LBER simplified Basic Encoding Rules library routines for encoding ber_free(3) - Open LDAP LBER types and allocation functions ber_get_bitstring(3) - Open LDAP LBER simplified Basic Encoding Rules library routines for decoding ber_get_boolean(3) - Open LDAP LBER simplified Basic Encoding Rules library routines for decoding ber_get_enum(3) - Open LDAP LBER simplified Basic Encoding Rules library routines for decoding ber_get_int(3) - Open LDAP LBER simplified Basic Encoding Rules library routines for decoding ber_get_next(3) - Open LDAP LBER simplified Basic Encoding Rules library routines for decoding ber_get_null(3) - Open LDAP LBER simplified Basic Encoding Rules library routines for decoding ber_get_stringa(3) - Open LDAP LBER simplified Basic Encoding Rules library routines for decoding ber_get_stringal(3) - Open LDAP LBER simplified Basic Encoding Rules library routines for decoding ber_get_stringb(3) - Open LDAP LBER simplified Basic Encoding Rules library routines for decoding ber_get_stringbv(3) - Open LDAP LBER simplified Basic Encoding Rules library routines for decoding ber_init(3) - Open LDAP LBER types and allocation functions ber_init2(3) - Open LDAP LBER types and allocation functions ber_int_t(3) - Open LDAP LBER types and allocation functions ber_len_t(3) - Open LDAP LBER types and allocation functions ber_memalloc(3) - Open LDAP LBER memory allocators ber_memcalloc(3) - Open LDAP LBER memory allocators ber_memfree(3) - Open LDAP LBER memory allocators ber_memrealloc(3) - Open LDAP LBER memory allocators ber_memvfree(3) - Open LDAP LBER memory allocators ber_next_element(3) - Open LDAP LBER simplified Basic Encoding Rules library routines for decoding ber_peek_tag(3) - Open LDAP LBER simplified Basic Encoding Rules library routines for decoding ber_printf(3) - Open LDAP LBER simplified Basic Encoding Rules library routines for encoding ber_put_bitstring(3) - Open LDAP LBER simplified Basic Encoding Rules library routines for encoding ber_put_boolean(3) - Open LDAP LBER simplified Basic Encoding Rules library routines for encoding ber_put_enum(3) - Open LDAP LBER simplified Basic Encoding Rules library routines for encoding ber_put_int(3) - Open LDAP LBER simplified Basic Encoding Rules library routines for encoding ber_put_null(3) - Open LDAP LBER simplified Basic Encoding Rules library routines for encoding ber_put_ostring(3) - Open LDAP LBER simplified Basic Encoding Rules library routines for encoding ber_put_seq(3) - Open LDAP LBER simplified Basic Encoding Rules library routines for encoding ber_put_set(3) - Open LDAP LBER simplified Basic Encoding Rules library routines for encoding ber_put_string(3) - Open LDAP LBER simplified Basic Encoding Rules library routines for encoding ber_scanf(3) - Open LDAP LBER simplified Basic Encoding Rules library routines for decoding ber_skip_tag(3) - Open LDAP LBER simplified Basic Encoding Rules library routines for decoding ber_slen_t(3) - Open LDAP LBER types and allocation functions ber_sockbuf_add_io(3) - Open LDAP LBER I/O infrastructure ber_sockbuf_alloc(3) - Open LDAP LBER I/O infrastructure ber_sockbuf_ctrl(3) - Open LDAP LBER I/O infrastructure ber_sockbuf_free(3) - Open LDAP LBER I/O infrastructure ber_sockbuf_remove_io(3) - Open LDAP LBER I/O infrastructure ber_start_seq(3) - Open LDAP LBER simplified Basic Encoding Rules library routines for encoding ber_start_set(3) - Open LDAP LBER simplified Basic Encoding Rules library routines for encoding ber_str2bv(3) - Open LDAP LBER types and allocation functions ber_tag_t(3) - Open LDAP LBER types and allocation functions ber_uint_t(3) - Open LDAP LBER types and allocation functions berval(3) - Open LDAP LBER types and allocation functions Ber Value(3) - Open LDAP LBER types and allocation functions Ber Varray(3) - Open LDAP LBER types and allocation functions bfifo(8) - Packet limited First In, First Out queue bg(1p) - run jobs in the background bind(2) - bind a name to a socket bind(3p) - bind a name to a socket bindresvport(3) - bind a socket to a privileged IP port bindtextdomain(3) - set directory containing message catalogs bind_textdomain_codeset(3) - set encoding of message translations binfmt.d(5) - Configure additional binary formats for executables at boot bkgd(3x) - curses window background manipulation routines bkgdset(3x) - curses window background manipulation routines bkgrnd(3x) - curses window complex background manipulation routines bkgrndset(3x) - curses window complex background manipulation routines blkdeactivate(8) - utility to deactivate block devices blkdiscard(8) - discard sectors on a device blkid(8) - locate/print block device attributes blkiomon(8) - monitor block device I/O based o blktrace data blkmapd(8) - p NFS block layout mapping daemon blkparse(1) - produce formatted output of event streams of block devices blkrawverify(1) - verifies an output file produced by blkparse blktrace(8) - generate traces of the i/o traffic on block devices blkzone(8) - run zone command on a device blockdev(8) - call block device ioctls from the command line bno_plot(1) - generate interactive 3D plot of IO blocks and sizes boolcodes(3x) - curses terminfo global variables booleans(5) - The SELinux booleans configuration files booleans(8) - Policy booleans enable runtime customization of SELinux policy boolfnames(3x) - curses terminfo global variables boolnames(3x) - curses terminfo global variables boot(7) - System bootup process based on UNIX System V Release 4 bootchart.conf(5) - Boot performance analysis graphing tool configuration files d(5) - Boot performance analysis graphing tool configuration files bootctl(1) - Control the firmware and boot manager settings bootparam(7) - introduction to boot time parameters of the Linux kernel bootup(7) - System bootup process border(3x) - create curses borders, horizontal and vertical lines border_set(3x) - create curses borders or lines using complex characters and renditions box(3x) - create curses borders, horizontal and vertical lines box_set(3x) - create curses borders or lines using complex characters and renditions bpf(2) - perform a command on an extended BPF map or program BPF(8) - BPF programmable classifier and actions for ingress/egress queueing disciplines bpfc(8) - a Berkeley Packet Filter assembler and compiler break(1p) - exit from for, while, or until loop break(2) - unimplemented system calls bridge(8) - show / manipulate bridge addresses and devices brk(2) - change data segment size bsd_signal(3) - signal handling with BSD semantics bsearch(3) - binary search of a sorted array bsearch(3p) - binary search a sorted table bstring(3) - byte string operations bswap(3) - reverse order of bytes bswap_16(3) - reverse order of bytes bswap_32(3) - reverse order of bytes bswap_64(3) - reverse order of bytes btowc(3) - convert single byte to wide character btowc(3p) - single byte to wide character conversion btrace(8) - perform live tracing for block devices btrecord(8) - recreate IO loads recorded by blktrace btree(3) - btree database access method btreplay(8) - recreate IO loads recorded by blktrace btrfs-balance(8) - balance block groups on a btrfs filesystem btrfs-check(8) - check or repair an unmounted btrfs filesystem btrfs-convert(8) - convert from ext2/3/4 filesystem to btrfs in-place btrfs-device(8) - manage devices of btrfs filesystems btrfs-filesystem(8) - command group of btrfs that usually work on the whole filesystem btrfs-find-root(8) - filter to find btrfs root btrfs-image(8) - create/restore an image of the filesystem btrfs-inspect-internal(8) - query various internal information btrfs-map-logical(8) - map btrfs logical extent to physical extent btrfs-property(8) - get/set/list properties for given btrfs object.btrfs-qgroup(8) - control the quota group of a btrfs filesystem btrfs-quota(8) - control the global quota status of a btrfs filesystem btrfs-receive(8) - receive subvolumes from send stream btrfs-replace(8) - replace devices managed by btrfs with other device.btrfs-rescue(8) - Recover a damaged btrfs filesystem btrfs-restore(8) - try to restore files from a damaged btrfs filesystem image btrfs-scrub(8) - scrub btrfs filesystem, verify block checksums btrfs-select-super(8) - overwrite primary superblock with a backup copy btrfs-send(8) - generate a stream of changes between two subvolume snapshots btrfs-subvolume(8) - manage btrfs subvolumes btrfs(8) - a toolbox to manage btrfs filesystems btrfstune(8) - tune various filesystem parameters btt(1) - analyse block i/o traces produces by blktrace bufferevent_base_set(3) - execute a function when a specific event occurs bufferevent_disable(3) - execute a function when a specific event occurs bufferevent_enable(3) - execute a function when a specific event occurs bufferevent_free(3) - execute a function when a specific event occurs bufferevent_new(3) - execute a function when a specific event occurs bufferevent_read(3) - execute a function when a specific event occurs bufferevent_settimeout(3) - execute a function when a specific event occurs bufferevent_write(3) - execute a function when a specific event occurs bufferevent_write_buffer(3) - execute a function when a specific event occurs busctl(1) - Introspect the bus byteorder(3) - convert values between host and network byte order bzero(3) - zero a byte string top c99(1p) - compile standard C programs cabs(3) - absolute value of a complex number cabs(3p) - return a complex absolute value cabsf(3) - absolute value of a complex number cabsf(3p) - return a complex absolute value cabsl(3) - absolute value of a complex number cabsl(3p) - return a complex absolute value cacheflush(2) - flush contents of instruction and/or data cache cacos(3) - complex arc cosine cacos(3p) - complex arc cosine functions cacosf(3) - complex arc cosine cacosf(3p) - complex arc cosine functions cacosh(3) - complex arc hyperbolic cosine cacosh(3p) - complex arc hyperbolic cosine functions cacoshf(3) - complex arc hyperbolic cosine cacoshf(3p) - complex arc hyperbolic cosine functions cacoshl(3) - complex arc hyperbolic cosine cacoshl(3p) - complex arc hyperbolic cosine functions cacosl(3) - complex arc cosine cacosl(3p) - complex arc cosine functions cal(1) - display a calendar cal(1p) - print a calendar callgrind_annotate(1) - post-processing tool for the Callgrind callgrind_control(1) - observe and control programs being run by Callgrind calloc(3) - allocate and free dynamic memory calloc(3p) - a memory allocator callrpc(3) - library routines for remote procedure calls cancel(1) - cancel jobs can_change_color(3x) - curses color manipulation routines canonicalize_file_name(3) - return the canonicalized absolute pathname capabilities(7) - overview of Linux capabilities cap_clear(3) - capability data object manipulation cap_clear_flag(3) - capability data object manipulation cap_compare(3) - capability data object manipulation cap_copy_ext(3) - capability state external representation translation cap_copy_int(3) - capability state external representation translation cap_drop_bound(3) - capability manipulation on processes cap_dup(3) - capability data object storage management cap_free(3) - capability data object storage management cap_from_name(3) - capability state textual representation translation cap_from_text(3) - capability state textual representation translation capget(2) - set/get capabilities of thread(s) cap_get_bound(3) - capability manipulation on processes cap_get_fd(3) - capability manipulation on files cap_get_file(3) - capability manipulation on files cap_get_flag(3) - capability data object manipulation capgetp(3) - capability manipulation on processes cap_get_pid(3) - capability manipulation on processes cap_get_proc(3) - capability manipulation on processes cap_init(3) - capability data object storage management capng_apply(3) - apply the stored capabilities settings capng_capability_to_name(3) - convert capability integer to text capng_change_id(3) - change the credentials retaining capabilities capng_clear(3) - clear chosen capabilities set capng_fill(3) - fill chosen capabilities set capng_get_caps_fd(3) - capng_get_caps_process(3) - get the capabilities from a process capng_have_capabilities(3) - general check for capabilities capng_have_capability(3) - check for specific capability capng_lock(3) - lock the current process capabilities settings capng_name_to_capability(3) - convert capability text to integer capng_print_caps_numeric(3) - print numeric values for capabilities set capng_print_caps_text(3) - print names of values for capabilities set capng_restore_state(3) - set the internal library state capng_save_state(3) - get the internal library state capng_set_caps_fd(3) - capng_setpid(3) - set working pid capng_update(3) - update the stored capabilities settings capng_updatev(3) - update the stored capabilities settings capset(2) - set/get capabilities of thread(s) cap_set_fd(3) - capability manipulation on files cap_set_file(3) - capability manipulation on files cap_set_flag(3) - capability data object manipulation capsetp(3) - capability manipulation on processes cap_set_proc(3) - capability manipulation on processes capsh(1) - capability shell wrapper cap_size(3) - capability state external representation translation captest(8) - a program to demonstrate capabilities cap_to_name(3) - capability state textual representation translation cap_to_text(3) - capability state textual representation translation carg(3) - calculate the complex argument carg(3p) - complex argument functions cargf(3) - calculate the complex argument cargf(3p) - complex argument functions cargl(3) - calculate the complex argument cargl(3p) - complex argument functions casin(3) - complex arc sine casin(3p) - complex arc sine functions casinf(3) - complex arc sine casinf(3p) - complex arc sine functions casinh(3) - complex arc sine hyperbolic casinh(3p) - complex arc hyperbolic sine functions casinhf(3) - complex arc sine hyperbolic casinhf(3p) - complex arc hyperbolic sine functions casinhl(3) - complex arc sine hyperbolic casinhl(3p) - complex arc hyperbolic sine functions casinl(3) - complex arc sine casinl(3p) - complex arc sine functions cat(1) - concatenate files and print on the standard output cat(1p) - concatenate and print files catan(3) - complex arc tangents catan(3p) - complex arc tangent functions catanf(3) - complex arc tangents catanf(3p) - complex arc tangent functions catanh(3) - complex arc tangents hyperbolic catanh(3p) - complex arc hyperbolic tangent functions catanhf(3) - complex arc tangents hyperbolic catanhf(3p) - complex arc hyperbolic tangent functions catanhl(3) - complex arc tangents hyperbolic catanhl(3p) - complex arc hyperbolic tangent functions catanl(3) - complex arc tangents catanl(3p) - complex arc tangent functions catclose(3) - open/close a message catalog catclose(3p) - close a message catalog descriptor catgets(3) - get message from a message catalog catgets(3p) - read a program message catman(8) - create or update the pre-formatted manual pages catopen(3) - open/close a message catalog catopen(3p) - open a message catalog cbc_crypt(3) - fast DES encryption CBQ(8) - Class Based Queueing cbreak(3x) - curses input options cbrt(3) - cube root function cbrt(3p) - cube root functions cbrtf(3) - cube root function cbrtf(3p) - cube root functions cbrtl(3) - cube root function cbrtl(3p) - cube root functions cciss(4) - HP Smart Array block driver ccos(3) - complex cosine function ccos(3p) - complex cosine functions ccosf(3) - complex cosine function ccosf(3p) - complex cosine functions ccosh(3) - complex hyperbolic cosine ccosh(3p) - complex hyperbolic cosine functions ccoshf(3) - complex hyperbolic cosine ccoshf(3p) - complex hyperbolic cosine functions ccoshl(3) - complex hyperbolic cosine ccoshl(3p) - complex hyperbolic cosine functions ccosl(3) - complex cosine function ccosl(3p) - complex cosine functions cd(1p) - change the working directory ceil(3) - ceiling function: smallest integral value not less than argument ceil(3p) - ceiling value function ceilf(3) - ceiling function: smallest integral value not less than argument ceilf(3p) - ceiling value function ceill(3) - ceiling function: smallest integral value not less than argument ceill(3p) - ceiling value function certtool(1) - Gnu TLS certificate tool cexp(3) - complex exponential function cexp(3p) - complex exponential functions cexp2(3) - base-2 exponent of a complex number cexp2f(3) - base-2 exponent of a complex number cexp2l(3) - base-2 exponent of a complex number cexpf(3) - complex exponential function cexpf(3p) - complex exponential functions cexpl(3) - complex exponential function cexpl(3p) - complex exponential functions cfdisk(8) - display or manipulate a disk partition table cfgetispeed(3) - get and set terminal attributes, line control, get and set baud rate cfgetispeed(3p) - get input baud rate cfgetospeed(3) - get and set terminal attributes, line control, get and set baud rate cfgetospeed(3p) - get output baud rate cflow(1p) - language flowgraph (DEVELOPMENT) cfmakeraw(3) - get and set terminal attributes, line control, get and set baud rate cfree(3) - free allocated memory cfsetispeed(3) - get and set terminal attributes, line control, get and set baud rate cfsetispeed(3p) - set input baud rate cfsetospeed(3) - get and set terminal attributes, line control, get and set baud rate cfsetospeed(3p) - set output baud rate cfsetspeed(3) - get and set terminal attributes, line control, get and set baud rate cg_annotate(1) - post-processing tool for Cachegrind cgcc(1) - Compiler wrapper to run Sparse after compiling cg_diff(1) - compares two Cachegrind output files cg_merge(1) - merges multiple Cachegrind output files into one cgroup(8) - control group based traffic control filter cgroup_namespaces(7) - overview of Linux cgroup namespaces cgroups(7) - Linux control groups chacl(1) - change the access control list of a file or directory chage(1) - change user password expiry information charmap(5) - character set description file charsets(7) - character set standards and internationalization chattr(1) - change file attributes on a Linux file system chcat(8) - change file SELinux security category chcon(1) - change file security context chcpu(8) - configure CPUs chdir(2) - change working directory chdir(3p) - change working directory checkmodule(8) - SELinux policy module compiler check Passwd Access(3) - query the SELinux policy database in the kernel checkpasswdaccess(3) - query the SELinux policy database in the kernel checkpolicy(8) - SELinux policy compiler chem(1) - groff preprocessor for producing chemical structure diagrams chfn(1) - change your finger information chgat(3x) - curses character and window attribute control routines chgpasswd(8) - update group passwords in batch mode chgrp(1) - change group ownership chgrp(1p) - change the file group ownership chkcon(8) - determine if a security context is valid for a given binary policy chkhelp(1) - check performance metrics help text files chmem(8) - configure memory chmod(1) - change file mode bits chmod(1p) - change the file modes chmod(2) - change permissions of a file chmod(3p) - change mode of a file relative to directory file descriptor choke(8) - choose and keep scheduler chown(1) - change file owner and group chown(1p) - change the file ownership chown(2) - change ownership of a file chown(3p) - change owner and group of a file relative to directory file descriptor chown32(2) - change ownership of a file chpasswd(8) - update passwords in batch mode chroot(1) - run command or interactive shell with special root directory chroot(2) - change root directory chrt(1) - manipulate the real-time attributes of a process chsh(1) - change your login shell chvt(1) - change foreground virtual terminal cifsiostat(1) - Report CIFS statistics.

bsd updating kernel-28

The class is very useful in that case: since we are going to drop most of the singular vectors it is much more efficient to limit the computation to an approximated estimate of the singular vectors we will keep to actually perform the transform.

Similarly, a network interface must register itself in specific data structures in order to be invoked when packets are exchanged with the outside world.

There are a few important differences between mounted disks and packet-delivery interfaces.

How snull Is Designed Connecting to the Kernel The net_device Structure in Detail Opening and Closing Packet Transmission Packet Reception The Interrupt Handler Changes in Link State The Socket Buffers MAC Address Resolution Custom ioctl Commands Statistical Information Multicasting Backward Compatibility Quick Reference We are now through discussing char and block drivers and are ready to move on to the fascinating world of networking.

Network interfaces are the third standard class of Linux devices, and this chapter describes how they interact with the rest of the kernel.

Leave a Reply