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Manual pages for FreeBSD (s):

  • s2p(1)
    psed - a stream editor
  • sa(4)
    sa - SCSI Sequential Access device driver
  • sa(8)
    sa - print system accounting statistics
  • sa-awl(1)
    sa - awl - examine and manipulate SpamAssassin"s auto-whitelist db
  • sa-compile(1)
    sa - compile - compile SpamAssassin ruleset into native code
  • sa-learn(1)
    sa - learn - train SpamAssassin"s Bayesian classifier
  • sa-update(1)
    sa - update - automate SpamAssassin rule updates
  • sade(8)
    sade - sysadmins disk editor
  • safe(4)
    safe - SafeNet crypto accelerator
  • savecore(8)
    savecore - save a core dump of the operating system
  • savetty(3)
    def_prog_mode, def_shell_mode, reset_prog_mode, reset_shell_mode, resetty, savetty, getsyx, setsyx, ripoffline, curs_set, napms - low-level curses routines
  • sbp(4)
    sbp - Serial Bus Protocol 2 (SBP-2) Mass Storage Devices driver
  • sbp_targ(4)
    sbp_targ - Serial Bus Protocol 2 (SBP-2) Target Mode devices driver
  • sbread(3)
    sbread - read and write superblocks of a UFS file system
  • sbrk(2)
    brk - change data segment size
  • sbuf(9)
    sbuf - safe string composition
  • sbuf_bcat(9)
    sbuf - safe string composition
  • sbuf_bcopyin(9)
    sbuf - safe string composition
  • sbuf_bcpy(9)
    sbuf - safe string composition
  • sbuf_cat(9)
    sbuf - safe string composition
  • sbuf_clear(9)
    sbuf - safe string composition
  • sbuf_copyin(9)
    sbuf - safe string composition
  • sbuf_cpy(9)
    sbuf - safe string composition
  • sbuf_data(9)
    sbuf - safe string composition
  • sbuf_delete(9)
    sbuf - safe string composition
  • sbuf_done(9)
    sbuf - safe string composition
  • sbuf_error(9)
    sbuf - safe string composition
  • sbuf_finish(9)
    sbuf - safe string composition
  • sbuf_len(9)
    sbuf - safe string composition
  • sbuf_new(9)
    sbuf - safe string composition
  • sbuf_new_for_sysctl(9)
    sbuf - safe string composition
  • sbuf_printf(9)
    sbuf - safe string composition
  • sbuf_putc(9)
    sbuf - safe string composition
  • sbuf_setpos(9)
    sbuf - safe string composition
  • sbuf_set_drain(9)
    sbuf - safe string composition
  • sbuf_trim(9)
    sbuf - safe string composition
  • sbuf_vprintf(9)
    sbuf - safe string composition
  • sbwrite(3)
    sbread - read and write superblocks of a UFS file system
  • sc(4)
    syscons - the console driver
  • scalb(3)
    scalb - IEEE test functions
  • scalbf(3)
    scalb - IEEE test functions
  • scalbln(3)
    scalbln - adjust exponent
  • scalblnf(3)
    scalbln - adjust exponent
  • scalblnl(3)
    scalbln - adjust exponent
  • scalbn(3)
    scalbln - adjust exponent
  • scalbnf(3)
    scalbln - adjust exponent
  • scalbnl(3)
    scalbln - adjust exponent
  • scale_form(3)
    form_win - make and break form window and subwindow associations
  • scale_menu(3)
    menu_win - make and break menu window and subwindow associations
  • scandir(3)
    scandir - scan a directory
  • scanf(3)
    scanf - input format conversion
  • scanw(3)
    scanw, wscanw, mvscanw, mvwscanw, vwscanw, vw_scanw - convert formatted input from a curses window
  • scbus(4)
    CAM - Common Access Method SCSI/ATA subsystem
  • scc(4)
    scc - driver for Serial Communications Controllers (SCC) devices
  • scd(4)
    scd - Sony CDU31/33 CD-ROM driver
  • scdaemon(1)
    scdaemon - Smartcard daemon for the GnuPG system
  • sched(1)
    builtin - shell built-in commands
  • sched_getparam(2)
    sched_setparam - set/get scheduling parameters
  • sched_getscheduler(2)
    sched_setscheduler - set/get scheduling policy and scheduler parameters
  • sched_get_priority_max(2)
    sched_get_priority_max - get scheduling parameter limits
  • sched_get_priority_min(2)
    sched_get_priority_max - get scheduling parameter limits
  • sched_rr_get_interval(2)
    sched_get_priority_max - get scheduling parameter limits
  • sched_setparam(2)
    sched_setparam - set/get scheduling parameters
  • sched_setscheduler(2)
    sched_setscheduler - set/get scheduling policy and scheduler parameters
  • sched_yield(2)
    sched_yield - yield processor
  • sched_4bsd(4)
    sched_4bsd - 4.4BSD scheduler
  • sched_ule(4)
    sched_ule - ULE scheduler
  • schedclock(9)
    curpriority_cmp - perform round-robin scheduling of runnable processes
  • schedcpu(9)
    curpriority_cmp - perform round-robin scheduling of runnable processes
  • scheduler(9)
    curpriority_cmp - perform round-robin scheduling of runnable processes
  • sched_setup(9)
    curpriority_cmp - perform round-robin scheduling of runnable processes
  • scp(1)
    scp - secure copy (remote file copy program)
  • screen(1)
    screen - screen manager with VT100/ANSI terminal emulation
  • screen(4)
    screen - pc display interface
  • screensaver(4)
    splash - splash screen / screen saver interface
  • script(1)
    script - make typescript of terminal session
  • scrl(3)
    scroll, scrl, wscrl - scroll a curses window
  • scroll(3)
    scroll, scrl, wscrl - scroll a curses window
  • scrollok(3)
    clearok, idlok, idcok, immedok, leaveok, setscrreg, wsetscrreg, scrollok, nl, nonl - curses output options
  • scr_dump(3)
    scr_dump, scr_restore, scr_init, scr_set - read (write) a curses screen from (to) a file
  • scr_init(3)
    scr_dump, scr_restore, scr_init, scr_set - read (write) a curses screen from (to) a file
  • scr_restore(3)
    scr_dump, scr_restore, scr_init, scr_set - read (write) a curses screen from (to) a file
  • scr_set(3)
    scr_dump, scr_restore, scr_init, scr_set - read (write) a curses screen from (to) a file
  • SCSI(4)
    CAM - Common Access Method SCSI/ATA subsystem
  • sctp(4)
    sctp - Internet Stream Control Transmission Protocol
  • sctp_generic_recvmsg(2)
    sctp_generic_recvmsg - receive data from a peer
  • sctp_generic_sendmsg(2)
    sctp_generic_sendmsg - send data to a peer
  • sctp_peeloff(2)
    sctp_peeloff - detach an association from a one-to-many socket to its own fd
  • sctp_bindx(3)
    sctp_bindx - bind or unbind an SCTP socket to a list of addresses.
  • sctp_connectx(3)
    sctp_connectx - connect an SCTP socket with multiple destination addresses.
  • sctp_freeladdrs(3)
    sctp_freepaddrs - release the memory returned from a previous call
  • sctp_freepaddrs(3)
    sctp_freepaddrs - release the memory returned from a previous call
  • sctp_getaddrlen(3)
    sctp_getaddrlen - return the address length of an address family
  • sctp_getassocid(3)
    sctp_getassocid - return an association id for a specified socket address.
  • sctp_getladdrs(3)
    sctp_getpaddrs - return a list of addresses to the caller
  • sctp_getpaddrs(3)
    sctp_getpaddrs - return a list of addresses to the caller
  • sctp_opt_info(3)
    sctp_opt_info - get SCTP socket information
  • sctp_recvmsg(3)
    sctp_recvmsg - receive a message from an SCTP socket
  • sctp_send(3)
    sctp_send - send a message from an SCTP socket
  • sctp_sendmsg(3)
    sctp_sendmsg - send a message from an SCTP socket
  • sctp_sendmsgx(3)
    sctp_sendmsg - send a message from an SCTP socket
  • sctp_sendx(3)
    sctp_send - send a message from an SCTP socket
  • sdhci(4)
    sdhci - PCI SD Host Controller bridge driver
  • sdiff(1)
    sdiff - side-by-side merge of file differences
  • sdoc(7)
    sdoc - guide to adding security considerations sections to manual pages
  • sdp(3)
    SDP_GET8 - Bluetooth SDP routines
  • sdpcontrol(8)
    sdpcontrol - SDP query utility
  • sdpd(8)
    sdpd - Bluetooth Service Discovery Protocol daemon
  • sdp_attr2desc(3)
    SDP_GET8 - Bluetooth SDP routines
  • sdp_change_service(3)
    SDP_GET8 - Bluetooth SDP routines
  • sdp_close(3)
    SDP_GET8 - Bluetooth SDP routines
  • sdp_error(3)
    SDP_GET8 - Bluetooth SDP routines
  • SDP_GET128(3)
    SDP_GET8 - Bluetooth SDP routines
  • SDP_GET16(3)
    SDP_GET8 - Bluetooth SDP routines
  • SDP_GET32(3)
    SDP_GET8 - Bluetooth SDP routines
  • SDP_GET64(3)
    SDP_GET8 - Bluetooth SDP routines
  • SDP_GET8(3)
    SDP_GET8 - Bluetooth SDP routines
  • sdp_open(3)
    SDP_GET8 - Bluetooth SDP routines
  • sdp_open_local(3)
    SDP_GET8 - Bluetooth SDP routines
  • SDP_PUT128(3)
    SDP_GET8 - Bluetooth SDP routines
  • SDP_PUT16(3)
    SDP_GET8 - Bluetooth SDP routines
  • SDP_PUT32(3)
    SDP_GET8 - Bluetooth SDP routines
  • SDP_PUT64(3)
    SDP_GET8 - Bluetooth SDP routines
  • SDP_PUT8(3)
    SDP_GET8 - Bluetooth SDP routines
  • sdp_register_service(3)
    SDP_GET8 - Bluetooth SDP routines
  • sdp_search(3)
    SDP_GET8 - Bluetooth SDP routines
  • sdp_unregister_service(3)
    SDP_GET8 - Bluetooth SDP routines
  • sdp_uuid2desc(3)
    SDP_GET8 - Bluetooth SDP routines
  • securelevel(7)
    security - introduction to security under FreeBSD
  • security(7)
    security - introduction to security under FreeBSD
  • securelevel_ge(9)
    securelevel_gt - test active securelevel
  • securelevel_gt(9)
    securelevel_gt - test active securelevel
  • sed(1)
    sed - stream editor
  • seed48(3)
    drand48 - pseudo random number generators and initialization routines
  • seekdir(3)
    opendir - directory operations
  • seldrain(9)
    seldrain - record and wakeup select requests
  • select(2)
    select - synchronous I/O multiplexing
  • selectdevs(3)
    devstat - device statistics utility library
  • selrecord(9)
    seldrain - record and wakeup select requests
  • selwakeup(9)
    seldrain - record and wakeup select requests
  • sem(4)
    sem - POSIX semaphores
  • sema(9)
    sema - kernel counting semaphore
  • sema_destroy(9)
    sema - kernel counting semaphore
  • sema_init(9)
    sema - kernel counting semaphore
  • sema_post(9)
    sema - kernel counting semaphore
  • sema_timedwait(9)
    sema - kernel counting semaphore
  • sema_trywait(9)
    sema - kernel counting semaphore
  • sema_value(9)
    sema - kernel counting semaphore
  • sema_wait(9)
    sema - kernel counting semaphore
  • semctl(2)
    semctl - control operations on a semaphore set
  • semget(2)
    semget - obtain a semaphore id
  • semop(2)
    semop - atomic array of operations on a semaphore set
  • sem_close(3)
    sem_open - named semaphore operations
  • sem_destroy(3)
    sem_destroy - destroy an unnamed semaphore
  • sem_getvalue(3)
    sem_getvalue - get the value of a semaphore
  • sem_init(3)
    sem_init - initialize an unnamed semaphore
  • sem_open(3)
    sem_open - named semaphore operations
  • sem_post(3)
    sem_post - increment (unlock) a semaphore
  • sem_timedwait(3)
    sem_timedwait - lock a semaphore
  • sem_trywait(3)
    sem_wait - decrement (lock) a semaphore
  • sem_unlink(3)
    sem_open - named semaphore operations
  • sem_wait(3)
    sem_wait - decrement (lock) a semaphore
  • send(2)
    send - send a message from a socket
  • send(4)
    send - Kernel side support for Secure Neighbor Discovery (SeND)
  • send-pr(1)
    send - pr - send problem report (PR) to a central support site
  • sendbug(1)
    send - pr - send problem report (PR) to a central support site
  • sendfile(2)
    sendfile - send a file to a socket
  • sendmsg(2)
    send - send a message from a socket
  • sendmail(8)
    sendmail - an electronic mail transport agent
  • sendto(2)
    send - send a message from a socket
  • seq(1)
    seq - print sequences of numbers
  • services(5)
    services - service name data base
  • service(8)
    service - control (start/stop/etc.) or list system services
  • services_mkdb(8)
    services_mkdb - generate the services database
  • ses(4)
    ses - SCSI Environmental Services driver
  • set(1)
    builtin - shell built-in commands
  • setac(3)
    setac - look up information from the audit_control database
  • setaudit(2)
    setaudit - set audit session state
  • setaudit_addr(2)
    setaudit - set audit session state
  • setauid(2)
    setauid - set audit session ID
  • setauclass(3)
    getauclassent - look up information from the audit_class database
  • setauevent(3)
    free_au_event_ent - look up information from the audit_event database
  • setauuser(3)
    setauuser - look up information from the audit_user database
  • setbuf(3)
    setbuf - stream buffering operations
  • setbuffer(3)
    setbuf - stream buffering operations
  • setcchar(3)
    getcchar, setcchar - Get a wide character string and rendition from a cchar_t or set a cchar_t from a wide-character string
  • setclasscontext(3)
    setclasscontext - functions for using the login class capabilities database
  • setclassenvironment(3)
    setclasscontext - functions for using the login class capabilities database
  • setclassresources(3)
    setclasscontext - functions for using the login class capabilities database
  • setcontext(3)
    getcontext - get and set user thread context
  • setdomainname(3)
    getdomainname - get/set the NIS domain name of current host
  • setegid(2)
    setuid - set user and group ID
  • setenv(1)
    builtin - shell built-in commands
  • setenv(3)
    getenv - environment variable functions
  • seteuid(2)
    setuid - set user and group ID
  • setextattr(8)
    getextattr - manipulate extended attributes
  • setfacl(1)
    setfacl - set ACL information
  • setfib(1)
    setfib - execute a utility with an altered default network view
  • setfib(2)
    setfib - set the default FIB (routing table) for the calling process.
  • setfmac(8)
    setfmac - set MAC label for a file system object
  • setfsent(3)
    getfsent - get file system descriptor file entry
  • setfstab(3)
    getfsent - get file system descriptor file entry
  • setfsmac(8)
    setfsmac - set MAC label for a file hierarchy
  • setgid(2)
    setuid - set user and group ID
  • setgroups(2)
    setgroups - set group access list
  • setgrent(3)
    getgrent - group database operations
  • setgroupent(3)
    getgrent - group database operations
  • sethostent(3)
    gethostbyname - get network host entry
  • sethostid(3)
    gethostid - get/set unique identifier of current host
  • sethostname(3)
    gethostname - get/set name of current host
  • setipv4sourcefilter(3)
    sourcefilter - advanced multicast group membership API
  • setitimer(2)
    getitimer - get/set value of interval timer
  • setjmp(3)
    sigsetjmp - non-local jumps
  • setkey(8)
    setkey - manually manipulate the IPsec SA/SP database
  • setlinebuf(3)
    setbuf - stream buffering operations
  • setlogin(2)
    getlogin - get/set login name
  • setloginclass(2)
    getloginclass - get/set login class
  • setlocale(3)
    setlocale - natural language formatting for C
  • setlogmask(3)
    syslog - control system log
  • setmode(3)
    getmode - modify mode bits
  • setnetconfig(3)
    getnetconfig - get network configuration database entry
  • setnetent(3)
    getnetent - get network entry
  • setnetgrent(3)
    getnetgrent - netgroup database operations
  • setnetpath(3)
    getnetpath - get
  • setpassent(3)
    getpwent - password database operations
  • setpgid(2)
    setpgid - set process group
  • setpgrp(2)
    setpgid - set process group
  • setpmac(8)
    setpmac - run a command with a different MAC process label
  • setpriority(2)
    getpriority - get/set program scheduling priority
  • setproctitle(3)
    setproctitle - set process title
  • setprogname(3)
    getprogname - get or set the program name
  • setprotoent(3)
    getprotoent - get protocol entry
  • setpwent(3)
    getpwent - password database operations
  • setpwfile(3)
    getpwent - password database operations
  • setregid(2)
    setregid - set real and effective group ID
  • setresgid(2)
    getresgid - get or set real, effective and saved user or group ID
  • setresuid(2)
    getresgid - get or set real, effective and saved user or group ID
  • setreuid(2)
    setreuid - set real and effective user ID"s
  • setrgid(3)
    setruid - set user and group ID
  • setrlimit(2)
    getrlimit - control maximum system resource consumption
  • setrpcent(3)
    getrpcent - get RPC entry
  • setruid(3)
    setruid - set user and group ID
  • setrunnable(9)
    curpriority_cmp - perform round-robin scheduling of runnable processes
  • setrunqueue(9)
    choosethread - manage the queue of runnable processes
  • setscrreg(3)
    clearok, idlok, idcok, immedok, leaveok, setscrreg, wsetscrreg, scrollok, nl, nonl - curses output options
  • setservent(3)
    getservent - get service entry
  • SETSETNEQ(9)
    signal - kernel signal functions
  • SETSETOR(9)
    signal - kernel signal functions
  • setsid(2)
    setsid - create session and set process group ID
  • setsockopt(2)
    getsockopt - get and set options on sockets
  • setsourcefilter(3)
    sourcefilter - advanced multicast group membership API
  • setstate(3)
    random - better random number generator; routines for changing generators
  • setsyx(3)
    def_prog_mode, def_shell_mode, reset_prog_mode, reset_shell_mode, resetty, savetty, getsyx, setsyx, ripoffline, curs_set, napms - low-level curses routines
  • settc(1)
    builtin - shell built-in commands
  • setterm(3)
    del_curterm, mvcur, putp, restartterm, set_curterm, setterm, setupterm, tigetflag, tigetnum, tigetstr, tparm, tputs, vid_attr, vid_puts, vidattr, vidputs - curses interfaces to terminfo database
  • settimeofday(2)
    gettimeofday - get/set date and time
  • setttyent(3)
    getttyent - ttys(5)
  • setty(1)
    builtin - shell built-in commands
  • setuid(2)
    setuid - set user and group ID
  • setupterm(3)
    del_curterm, mvcur, putp, restartterm, set_curterm, setterm, setupterm, tigetflag, tigetnum, tigetstr, tparm, tputs, vid_attr, vid_puts, vidattr, vidputs - curses interfaces to terminfo database
  • setusercontext(3)
    setclasscontext - functions for using the login class capabilities database
  • setusershell(3)
    getusershell - get valid user shells
  • setutxdb(3)
    endutxent - user accounting database functions
  • setutxent(3)
    endutxent - user accounting database functions
  • setvar(1)
    builtin - shell built-in commands
  • setvbuf(3)
    setbuf - stream buffering operations
  • set_current_field(3)
    form_page - set and get form page number
  • set_current_item(3)
    mitem_current - set and get current_menu_item
  • set_curterm(3)
    del_curterm, mvcur, putp, restartterm, set_curterm, setterm, setupterm, tigetflag, tigetnum, tigetstr, tparm, tputs, vid_attr, vid_puts, vidattr, vidputs - curses interfaces to terminfo database
  • set_escdelay(3)
    use_screen, use_window - curses thread support
  • set_fieldtype_arg(3)
    form_fieldtype - define validation-field types
  • set_fieldtype_choice(3)
    form_fieldtype - define validation-field types
  • set_field_back(3)
    form_field_attributes - color and attribute control for form fields
  • set_field_buffer(3)
    form_field_buffer - field buffer control
  • set_field_fore(3)
    form_field_attributes - color and attribute control for form fields
  • set_field_init(3)
    form_hook - set hooks for automatic invocation by applications
  • set_field_just(3)
    form_field_just - retrieve field characteristics
  • set_field_pad(3)
    form_field_attributes - color and attribute control for form fields
  • set_field_status(3)
    form_field_buffer - field buffer control
  • set_field_term(3)
    form_hook - set hooks for automatic invocation by applications
  • set_field_type(3)
    form_field_validation - data type validation for fields
  • set_field_userptr(3)
    form_field_userptr - associate application data with a form field
  • set_form_fields(3)
    form_field - make and break connections between fields and forms
  • set_form_init(3)
    form_hook - set hooks for automatic invocation by applications
  • set_form_opts(3)
    form_opts - set and get form options
  • set_form_page(3)
    form_page - set and get form page number
  • set_form_sub(3)
    form_win - make and break form window and subwindow associations
  • set_form_term(3)
    form_hook - set hooks for automatic invocation by applications
  • set_form_userptr(3)
    form_userptr - associate application data with a form item
  • set_form_win(3)
    form_win - make and break form window and subwindow associations
  • set_item_init(3)
    menu_hook - set hooks for automatic invocation by applications
  • set_item_opts(3)
    mitem_opts - set and get menu item options
  • set_item_term(3)
    menu_hook - set hooks for automatic invocation by applications
  • set_item_userptr(3)
    mitem_userptr - associate application data with a menu item
  • set_item_value(3)
    mitem_value - set and get menu item values
  • set_max_field(3)
    form_field_buffer - field buffer control
  • set_menu_back(3)
    menu_attributes - color and attribute control for menus
  • set_menu_fore(3)
    menu_attributes - color and attribute control for menus
  • set_menu_format(3)
    menu_format - set and get menu sizes
  • set_menu_grey(3)
    menu_attributes - color and attribute control for menus
  • set_menu_init(3)
    menu_hook - set hooks for automatic invocation by applications
  • set_menu_items(3)
    menu_items - make and break connections between items and menus
  • set_menu_mark(3)
    menu_mark - get and set the menu mark string
  • set_menu_opts(3)
    menu_opts - set and get menu options
  • set_menu_pad(3)
    menu_attributes - color and attribute control for menus
  • set_menu_pattern(3)
    menu_pattern - get and set a menu"s pattern buffer
  • set_menu_spacing(3)
    menu_spacing - Control spacing between menu items.
  • set_menu_sub(3)
    menu_win - make and break menu window and subwindow associations
  • set_menu_term(3)
    menu_hook - set hooks for automatic invocation by applications
  • set_menu_userptr(3)
    menu_userptr - associate application data with a menu item
  • set_menu_win(3)
    menu_win - make and break menu window and subwindow associations
  • set_new_page(3)
    form_new_page - form pagination functions
  • set_panel_userptr(3)
    panel - panel stack extension for curses
  • set_tabsize(3)
    use_screen, use_window - curses thread support
  • set_term(3)
    initscr, newterm, endwin, isendwin, set_term, delscreen - curses screen initialization and manipulation routines
  • set_top_row(3)
    mitem_current - set and get current_menu_item
  • sf(4)
    sf - Adaptec AIC-6915 "Starfire" PCI Fast Ethernet adapter driver
  • sftp(1)
    sftp - secure file transfer program
  • sftp-server(8)
    sftp-server - SFTP server subsystem
  • sfxge(4)
    sfxge - Solarflare 10Gb Ethernet adapter driver
  • sf_buf(9)
    sf_buf - manage temporary kernel address space mapping for memory pages
  • sf_buf_alloc(9)
    sf_buf - manage temporary kernel address space mapping for memory pages
  • sf_buf_free(9)
    sf_buf - manage temporary kernel address space mapping for memory pages
  • sf_buf_kva(9)
    sf_buf - manage temporary kernel address space mapping for memory pages
  • sf_buf_page(9)
    sf_buf - manage temporary kernel address space mapping for memory pages
  • sge(4)
    sge - Silicon Integrated Systems SiS190/191 Fast/Gigabit Ethernet driver
  • sgi2tiff(1)
    sgi2tiff - create a TIFF file from an SGI image file
  • sglist(9)
    sglist - manage a scatter/gather list of physical memory addresses
  • sglist_alloc(9)
    sglist - manage a scatter/gather list of physical memory addresses
  • sglist_append(9)
    sglist - manage a scatter/gather list of physical memory addresses
  • sglist_append_mbuf(9)
    sglist - manage a scatter/gather list of physical memory addresses
  • sglist_append_phys(9)
    sglist - manage a scatter/gather list of physical memory addresses
  • sglist_append_uio(9)
    sglist - manage a scatter/gather list of physical memory addresses
  • sglist_append_user(9)
    sglist - manage a scatter/gather list of physical memory addresses
  • sglist_build(9)
    sglist - manage a scatter/gather list of physical memory addresses
  • sglist_clone(9)
    sglist - manage a scatter/gather list of physical memory addresses
  • sglist_consume_uio(9)
    sglist - manage a scatter/gather list of physical memory addresses
  • sglist_count(9)
    sglist - manage a scatter/gather list of physical memory addresses
  • sglist_free(9)
    sglist - manage a scatter/gather list of physical memory addresses
  • sglist_hold(9)
    sglist - manage a scatter/gather list of physical memory addresses
  • sglist_init(9)
    sglist - manage a scatter/gather list of physical memory addresses
  • sglist_join(9)
    sglist - manage a scatter/gather list of physical memory addresses
  • sglist_length(9)
    sglist - manage a scatter/gather list of physical memory addresses
  • sglist_reset(9)
    sglist - manage a scatter/gather list of physical memory addresses
  • sglist_slice(9)
    sglist - manage a scatter/gather list of physical memory addresses
  • sglist_split(9)
    sglist - manage a scatter/gather list of physical memory addresses
  • sh(1)
    sh - command interpreter (shell)
  • sha(3)
    SHA_Init - calculate the FIPS 160 and 160-1 ``SHA"" message digests
  • sha1(1)
    md5 - calculate a message-digest fingerprint (checksum) for a file
  • SHA1_Data(3)
    SHA_Init - calculate the FIPS 160 and 160-1 ``SHA"" message digests
  • SHA1_End(3)
    SHA_Init - calculate the FIPS 160 and 160-1 ``SHA"" message digests
  • SHA1_File(3)
    SHA_Init - calculate the FIPS 160 and 160-1 ``SHA"" message digests
  • SHA1_FileChunk(3)
    SHA_Init - calculate the FIPS 160 and 160-1 ``SHA"" message digests
  • SHA1_Final(3)
    SHA_Init - calculate the FIPS 160 and 160-1 ``SHA"" message digests
  • SHA1_Init(3)
    SHA_Init - calculate the FIPS 160 and 160-1 ``SHA"" message digests
  • SHA1_Update(3)
    SHA_Init - calculate the FIPS 160 and 160-1 ``SHA"" message digests
  • sha256(1)
    md5 - calculate a message-digest fingerprint (checksum) for a file
  • sha256(3)
    SHA256_Init - calculate the FIPS 180-2 ``SHA-256"" message digest
  • SHA256_Data(3)
    SHA256_Init - calculate the FIPS 180-2 ``SHA-256"" message digest
  • SHA256_End(3)
    SHA256_Init - calculate the FIPS 180-2 ``SHA-256"" message digest
  • SHA256_File(3)
    SHA256_Init - calculate the FIPS 180-2 ``SHA-256"" message digest
  • SHA256_FileChunk(3)
    SHA256_Init - calculate the FIPS 180-2 ``SHA-256"" message digest
  • SHA256_Final(3)
    SHA256_Init - calculate the FIPS 180-2 ``SHA-256"" message digest
  • SHA256_Init(3)
    SHA256_Init - calculate the FIPS 180-2 ``SHA-256"" message digest
  • SHA256_Update(3)
    SHA256_Init - calculate the FIPS 180-2 ``SHA-256"" message digest
  • sha512(3)
    SHA512_Init - calculate the FIPS 180-2 ``SHA-512"" message digest
  • SHA512_Data(3)
    SHA512_Init - calculate the FIPS 180-2 ``SHA-512"" message digest
  • SHA512_End(3)
    SHA512_Init - calculate the FIPS 180-2 ``SHA-512"" message digest
  • SHA512_File(3)
    SHA512_Init - calculate the FIPS 180-2 ``SHA-512"" message digest
  • SHA512_FileChunk(3)
    SHA512_Init - calculate the FIPS 180-2 ``SHA-512"" message digest
  • SHA512_Final(3)
    SHA512_Init - calculate the FIPS 180-2 ``SHA-512"" message digest
  • SHA512_Init(3)
    SHA512_Init - calculate the FIPS 180-2 ``SHA-512"" message digest
  • SHA512_Update(3)
    SHA512_Init - calculate the FIPS 180-2 ``SHA-512"" message digest
  • shar(1)
    shar - create a shell archive of files
  • shasum(1)
    shasum - Print or Check SHA Checksums
  • SHA_Data(3)
    SHA_Init - calculate the FIPS 160 and 160-1 ``SHA"" message digests
  • SHA_End(3)
    SHA_Init - calculate the FIPS 160 and 160-1 ``SHA"" message digests
  • SHA_File(3)
    SHA_Init - calculate the FIPS 160 and 160-1 ``SHA"" message digests
  • SHA_FileChunk(3)
    SHA_Init - calculate the FIPS 160 and 160-1 ``SHA"" message digests
  • SHA_Final(3)
    SHA_Init - calculate the FIPS 160 and 160-1 ``SHA"" message digests
  • SHA_Init(3)
    SHA_Init - calculate the FIPS 160 and 160-1 ``SHA"" message digests
  • SHA_Update(3)
    SHA_Init - calculate the FIPS 160 and 160-1 ``SHA"" message digests
  • shells(5)
    shells - shell database
  • shift(1)
    builtin - shell built-in commands
  • shmat(2)
    shmat - attach or detach shared memory
  • shmctl(2)
    shmctl - shared memory control
  • shmdt(2)
    shmat - attach or detach shared memory
  • shmget(2)
    shmget - obtain a shared memory identifier
  • shm_open(2)
    shm_open - shared memory object operations
  • shm_unlink(2)
    shm_open - shared memory object operations
  • showmount(8)
    showmount - show remote nfs mounts on host
  • show_panel(3)
    panel - panel stack extension for curses
  • shutdown(2)
    shutdown - disable sends and/or receives on a socket
  • shutdown(8)
    shutdown - close down the system at a given time
  • si(4)
    si - driver for Specialix International SI/XIO or SX intelligent serial card
  • siba(4)
    siba - Sonic Inc. Silicon Backplane driver
  • sicontrol(8)
    sicontrol - Specialix SI/XIO driver configuration and debugging
  • siftr(4)
    SIFTR - Statistical Information For TCP Research
  • sigaction(2)
    sigaction - software signal facilities
  • sigaddset(3)
    sigemptyset - manipulate signal sets
  • SIGADDSET(9)
    signal - kernel signal functions
  • sigaltstack(2)
    sigaltstack - set and/or get signal stack context
  • sigblock(2)
    sigsetmask - manipulate current signal mask
  • sigdelset(3)
    sigemptyset - manipulate signal sets
  • SIGDELSET(9)
    signal - kernel signal functions
  • sigemptyset(3)
    sigemptyset - manipulate signal sets
  • SIGEMPTYSET(9)
    signal - kernel signal functions
  • sigexit(9)
    signal - kernel signal functions
  • sigfillset(3)
    sigemptyset - manipulate signal sets
  • SIGFILLSET(9)
    signal - kernel signal functions
  • sighold(2)
    sighold - legacy interface for signal management
  • sigignore(2)
    sighold - legacy interface for signal management
  • siginfo(3)
    siginfo - signal generation information
  • siginterrupt(3)
    siginterrupt - allow signals to interrupt system calls
  • siginit(9)
    signal - kernel signal functions
  • sigismember(3)
    sigemptyset - manipulate signal sets
  • SIGISEMPTY(9)
    signal - kernel signal functions
  • SIGISMEMBER(9)
    signal - kernel signal functions
  • siglongjmp(3)
    sigsetjmp - non-local jumps
  • sigmask(2)
    sigsetmask - manipulate current signal mask
  • signal(3)
    signal - simplified software signal facilities
  • signal(9)
    signal - kernel signal functions
  • signbit(3)
    signbit - determine whether a floating-point number"s sign is negative
  • significand(3)
    scalb - IEEE test functions
  • significandf(3)
    scalb - IEEE test functions
  • SIGNOTEMPTY(9)
    signal - kernel signal functions
  • signotify(9)
    signal - kernel signal functions
  • sigpause(2)
    sighold - legacy interface for signal management
  • sigpending(2)
    sigpending - get pending signals
  • SIGPENDING(9)
    signal - kernel signal functions
  • sigprocmask(2)
    sigprocmask - manipulate current signal mask
  • sigqueue(2)
    sigqueue - queue a signal to a process (REALTIME)
  • sigrelse(2)
    sighold - legacy interface for signal management
  • sigreturn(2)
    sigreturn - return from signal
  • sigset(2)
    sighold - legacy interface for signal management
  • sigsetmask(2)
    sigsetmask - manipulate current signal mask
  • sigsetjmp(3)
    sigsetjmp - non-local jumps
  • sigsetops(3)
    sigemptyset - manipulate signal sets
  • SIGSETAND(9)
    signal - kernel signal functions
  • SIGSETCANTMASK(9)
    signal - kernel signal functions
  • SIGSETEQ(9)
    signal - kernel signal functions
  • SIGSETNAND(9)
    signal - kernel signal functions
  • sigstack(2)
    sigstack - set and/or get signal stack context
  • sigsuspend(2)
    sigsuspend - atomically release blocked signals and wait for interrupt
  • sigtimedwait(2)
    sigtimedwait - wait for queued signals (REALTIME)
  • sigtool(1)
    sigtool - signature and database management tool
  • sigvec(2)
    sigvec - software signal facilities
  • sigwait(2)
    sigwait - select a set of signals
  • sigwaitinfo(2)
    sigtimedwait - wait for queued signals (REALTIME)
  • SIG_CONTSIGMASK(9)
    signal - kernel signal functions
  • SIG_STOPSIGMASK(9)
    signal - kernel signal functions
  • siis(4)
    siis - SiliconImage Serial ATA Host Controller driver
  • simplebus(4)
    simplebus - ePAPR simple-bus driver
  • sin(3)
    sin - sine functions
  • sinf(3)
    sin - sine functions
  • sinh(3)
    sinh - hyperbolic sine function
  • sinhf(3)
    sinh - hyperbolic sine function
  • sinl(3)
    sin - sine functions
  • sio(4)
    sio - fast interrupt driven asynchronous serial communications interface
  • sis(4)
    sis - SiS 900, SiS 7016 and NS DP83815/DP83816 Fast Ethernet device driver
  • size(1)
    size - list section sizes and total size.
  • sk(4)
    sk - SysKonnect SK-984x and SK-982x PCI Gigabit Ethernet adapter driver
  • skey(4)
    OPIE - One-time Passwords In Everything
  • sleep(1)
    sleep - suspend execution for an interval of time
  • sleep(3)
    sleep - suspend process execution for an interval measured in seconds
  • sleep(9)
    msleep - wait for events
  • sleepqueue(9)
    init_sleepqueues - manage the queues of sleeping threads
  • sleepq_abort(9)
    init_sleepqueues - manage the queues of sleeping threads
  • sleepq_add(9)
    init_sleepqueues - manage the queues of sleeping threads
  • sleepq_alloc(9)
    init_sleepqueues - manage the queues of sleeping threads
  • sleepq_broadcast(9)
    init_sleepqueues - manage the queues of sleeping threads
  • sleepq_calc_signal_retval(9)
    init_sleepqueues - manage the queues of sleeping threads
  • sleepq_catch_signals(9)
    init_sleepqueues - manage the queues of sleeping threads
  • sleepq_free(9)
    init_sleepqueues - manage the queues of sleeping threads
  • sleepq_lookup(9)
    init_sleepqueues - manage the queues of sleeping threads
  • sleepq_release(9)
    init_sleepqueues - manage the queues of sleeping threads
  • sleepq_remove(9)
    init_sleepqueues - manage the queues of sleeping threads
  • sleepq_set_timeout(9)
    init_sleepqueues - manage the queues of sleeping threads
  • sleepq_signal(9)
    init_sleepqueues - manage the queues of sleeping threads
  • sleepq_timedwait(9)
    init_sleepqueues - manage the queues of sleeping threads
  • sleepq_timedwait_sig(9)
    init_sleepqueues - manage the queues of sleeping threads
  • sleepq_wait(9)
    init_sleepqueues - manage the queues of sleeping threads
  • sleepq_wait_sig(9)
    init_sleepqueues - manage the queues of sleeping threads
  • SLIST_EMPTY(3)
    SLIST_EMPTY - implementations of singly-linked lists, singly-linked tail queues, lists and tail queues
  • SLIST_ENTRY(3)
    SLIST_EMPTY - implementations of singly-linked lists, singly-linked tail queues, lists and tail queues
  • SLIST_FIRST(3)
    SLIST_EMPTY - implementations of singly-linked lists, singly-linked tail queues, lists and tail queues
  • SLIST_FOREACH(3)
    SLIST_EMPTY - implementations of singly-linked lists, singly-linked tail queues, lists and tail queues
  • SLIST_FOREACH_SAFE(3)
    SLIST_EMPTY - implementations of singly-linked lists, singly-linked tail queues, lists and tail queues
  • SLIST_HEAD(3)
    SLIST_EMPTY - implementations of singly-linked lists, singly-linked tail queues, lists and tail queues
  • SLIST_HEAD_INITIALIZER(3)
    SLIST_EMPTY - implementations of singly-linked lists, singly-linked tail queues, lists and tail queues
  • SLIST_INIT(3)
    SLIST_EMPTY - implementations of singly-linked lists, singly-linked tail queues, lists and tail queues
  • SLIST_INSERT_AFTER(3)
    SLIST_EMPTY - implementations of singly-linked lists, singly-linked tail queues, lists and tail queues
  • SLIST_INSERT_HEAD(3)
    SLIST_EMPTY - implementations of singly-linked lists, singly-linked tail queues, lists and tail queues
  • SLIST_NEXT(3)
    SLIST_EMPTY - implementations of singly-linked lists, singly-linked tail queues, lists and tail queues
  • SLIST_REMOVE(3)
    SLIST_EMPTY - implementations of singly-linked lists, singly-linked tail queues, lists and tail queues
  • SLIST_REMOVE_AFTER(3)
    SLIST_EMPTY - implementations of singly-linked lists, singly-linked tail queues, lists and tail queues
  • SLIST_REMOVE_HEAD(3)
    SLIST_EMPTY - implementations of singly-linked lists, singly-linked tail queues, lists and tail queues
  • SLIST_SWAP(3)
    SLIST_EMPTY - implementations of singly-linked lists, singly-linked tail queues, lists and tail queues
  • slk_attr(3)
    slk_init, slk_set, slk_refresh, slk_noutrefresh, slk_label, slk_clear, slk_restore, slk_touch, slk_attron, slk_attrset, slk_attroff, slk_attr_on, slk_attr_set, slk_attr_off, slk_attr, slk_color - curses soft label routines
  • slk_attroff(3)
    slk_init, slk_set, slk_refresh, slk_noutrefresh, slk_label, slk_clear, slk_restore, slk_touch, slk_attron, slk_attrset, slk_attroff, slk_attr_on, slk_attr_set, slk_attr_off, slk_attr, slk_color - curses soft label routines
  • slk_attron(3)
    slk_init, slk_set, slk_refresh, slk_noutrefresh, slk_label, slk_clear, slk_restore, slk_touch, slk_attron, slk_attrset, slk_attroff, slk_attr_on, slk_attr_set, slk_attr_off, slk_attr, slk_color - curses soft label routines
  • slk_attrset(3)
    slk_init, slk_set, slk_refresh, slk_noutrefresh, slk_label, slk_clear, slk_restore, slk_touch, slk_attron, slk_attrset, slk_attroff, slk_attr_on, slk_attr_set, slk_attr_off, slk_attr, slk_color - curses soft label routines
  • slk_attr_off(3)
    slk_init, slk_set, slk_refresh, slk_noutrefresh, slk_label, slk_clear, slk_restore, slk_touch, slk_attron, slk_attrset, slk_attroff, slk_attr_on, slk_attr_set, slk_attr_off, slk_attr, slk_color - curses soft label routines
  • slk_attr_on(3)
    slk_init, slk_set, slk_refresh, slk_noutrefresh, slk_label, slk_clear, slk_restore, slk_touch, slk_attron, slk_attrset, slk_attroff, slk_attr_on, slk_attr_set, slk_attr_off, slk_attr, slk_color - curses soft label routines
  • slk_attr_set(3)
    slk_init, slk_set, slk_refresh, slk_noutrefresh, slk_label, slk_clear, slk_restore, slk_touch, slk_attron, slk_attrset, slk_attroff, slk_attr_on, slk_attr_set, slk_attr_off, slk_attr, slk_color - curses soft label routines
  • slk_clear(3)
    slk_init, slk_set, slk_refresh, slk_noutrefresh, slk_label, slk_clear, slk_restore, slk_touch, slk_attron, slk_attrset, slk_attroff, slk_attr_on, slk_attr_set, slk_attr_off, slk_attr, slk_color - curses soft label routines
  • slk_color(3)
    slk_init, slk_set, slk_refresh, slk_noutrefresh, slk_label, slk_clear, slk_restore, slk_touch, slk_attron, slk_attrset, slk_attroff, slk_attr_on, slk_attr_set, slk_attr_off, slk_attr, slk_color - curses soft label routines
  • slk_init(3)
    slk_init, slk_set, slk_refresh, slk_noutrefresh, slk_label, slk_clear, slk_restore, slk_touch, slk_attron, slk_attrset, slk_attroff, slk_attr_on, slk_attr_set, slk_attr_off, slk_attr, slk_color - curses soft label routines
  • slk_label(3)
    slk_init, slk_set, slk_refresh, slk_noutrefresh, slk_label, slk_clear, slk_restore, slk_touch, slk_attron, slk_attrset, slk_attroff, slk_attr_on, slk_attr_set, slk_attr_off, slk_attr, slk_color - curses soft label routines
  • slk_noutrefresh(3)
    slk_init, slk_set, slk_refresh, slk_noutrefresh, slk_label, slk_clear, slk_restore, slk_touch, slk_attron, slk_attrset, slk_attroff, slk_attr_on, slk_attr_set, slk_attr_off, slk_attr, slk_color - curses soft label routin
  • slk_refresh(3)
    slk_init, slk_set, slk_refresh, slk_noutrefresh, slk_label, slk_clear, slk_restore, slk_touch, slk_attron, slk_attrset, slk_attroff, slk_attr_on, slk_attr_set, slk_attr_off, slk_attr, slk_color - curses soft label routines
  • slk_restore(3)
    slk_init, slk_set, slk_refresh, slk_noutrefresh, slk_label, slk_clear, slk_restore, slk_touch, slk_attron, slk_attrset, slk_attroff, slk_attr_on, slk_attr_set, slk_attr_off, slk_attr, slk_color - curses soft label routines
  • slk_set(3)
    slk_init, slk_set, slk_refresh, slk_noutrefresh, slk_label, slk_clear, slk_restore, slk_touch, slk_attron, slk_attrset, slk_attroff, slk_attr_on, slk_attr_set, slk_attr_off, slk_attr, slk_color - curses soft label routines
  • slk_touch(3)
    slk_init, slk_set, slk_refresh, slk_noutrefresh, slk_label, slk_clear, slk_restore, slk_touch, slk_attron, slk_attrset, slk_attroff, slk_attr_on, slk_attr_set, slk_attr_off, slk_attr, slk_color - curses soft label routines
  • slogin(1)
    ssh - OpenSSH SSH client (remote login program)
  • slsh(1)
    slsh - Interpreter for S-Lang scripts
  • sl_add(3)
    stringlist - stringlist manipulation functions
  • sl_find(3)
    stringlist - stringlist manipulation functions
  • sl_free(3)
    stringlist - stringlist manipulation functions
  • sl_init(3)
    stringlist - stringlist manipulation functions
  • smb(4)
    smb - SMB generic I/O device driver
  • smbmsg(8)
    smbmsg - send or receive messages over an SMBus
  • smbus(4)
    smbus - System Management Bus
  • smbutil(1)
    smbutil - interface to the SMB requester
  • SMP(4)
    SMP - description of the FreeBSD Symmetric Multi-Processor kernel
  • smrsh(8)
    smrsh - restricted shell for sendmail
  • sn(4)
    sn - Ethernet driver for SMC91Cxx based cards
  • snapinfo(8)
    snapinfo - show snapshot location on UFS file systems
  • snd(4)
    sound - FreeBSD
  • snd_ad1816(4)
    snd_ad1816 - Analog Devices AD1816 ISA bridge device driver
  • snd_ak452x(4)
    snd_envy24 - VIA Envy24 and compatible bridge device driver
  • snd_als4000(4)
    snd_als4000 - Avance Logic ALS4000 PCI bridge device driver
  • snd_atiixp(4)
    snd_atiixp - ATI IXP bridge device driver
  • snd_cmi(4)
    snd_cmi - CMedia CMI8338/CMI8738 PCI bridge device driver
  • snd_cs4281(4)
    snd_cs4281 - Crystal Semiconductor CS4281 PCI bridge device driver
  • snd_csa(4)
    snd_csa - Crystal Semiconductor CS461x/462x/4280 PCI bridge device driver
  • snd_ds1(4)
    snd_ds1 - Yamaha DS-1 PCI bridge device driver
  • snd_emu10k1(4)
    snd_emu10k1 - SoundBlaster Live! and Audigy PCI bridge device driver
  • snd_emu10kx(4)
    snd_emu10kx - Creative SoundBlaster Live! and Audigy sound cards device driver
  • snd_envy24(4)
    snd_envy24 - VIA Envy24 and compatible bridge device driver
  • snd_envy24ht(4)
    snd_envy24ht - VIA Envy24HT and compatible bridge device driver
  • snd_es137x(4)
    snd_es137x - Ensoniq AudioPCI ES137x bridge device driver
  • snd_ess(4)
    snd_ess - Ensoniq ESS ISA PnP/non-PnP bridge device driver
  • snd_fm801(4)
    snd_fm801 - Forte Media FM801 bridge device driver
  • snd_gusc(4)
    snd_gusc - Gravis UltraSound ISA bridge device driver
  • snd_hda(4)
    snd_hda - Intel High Definition Audio bridge device driver
  • snd_ich(4)
    snd_ich - Intel ICH AC"97 and compatible bridge device driver
  • snd_maestro(4)
    snd_maestro - ESS Maestro bridge device driver
  • snd_maestro3(4)
    snd_maestro3 - ESS Maestro3/Allegro-1 bridge device driver
  • snd_mss(4)
    snd_mss - Microsoft Sound System ISA PnP/non-PnP bridge device driver
  • snd_neomagic(4)
    snd_neomagic - NeoMagic 256AV/ZX bridge device driver
  • snd_sb16(4)
    snd_sbc - Creative Sound Blaster ISA and compatible bridge device driver
  • snd_sb8(4)
    snd_sbc - Creative Sound Blaster ISA and compatible bridge device driver
  • snd_sbc(4)
    snd_sbc - Creative Sound Blaster ISA and compatible bridge device driver
  • snd_solo(4)
    snd_solo - ESS Solo-1/1E PCI bridge device driver
  • snd_spicds(4)
    snd_spicds - I2S SPI audio codec driver
  • snd_t4dwave(4)
    snd_t4dwave - Trident 4DWave bridge device driver
  • snd_uaudio(4)
    snd_uaudio - USB audio and MIDI device driver
  • snd_via8233(4)
    snd_via8233 - VIA Technologies VT8233 bridge device driver
  • snd_via82c686(4)
    snd_via82c686 - VIA Technologies 82C686A bridge device driver
  • snd_vibes(4)
    snd_vibes - S3 SonicVibes bridge device driver
  • snmpmod(3)
    INSERT_OBJECT_OID_LINK_INDEX - SNMP daemon loadable module interface
  • snmp_atm(3)
    atmif_event_f - ATM driver module for snmpd.
  • snmp_bridge(3)
    snmp_bridge - bridge module for snmpd
  • snmp_hostres(3)
    snmp_hostres - host resources module for
  • snmp_mibII(3)
    mibII - mib-2 module for bsnmpd.
  • snmp_netgraph(3)
    snmp_netgraph - netgraph module for snmpd.
  • snmp_target(3)
    snmp_target - Target addresses and notifications module for
  • snmp_usm(3)
    snmp_usm - user-based security module for
  • snmp_vacm(3)
    snmp_vacm - View-based Access Control module for
  • snmp_wlan(3)
    snmp_wlan - wireless networking module for
  • snp(4)
    snp - tty snoop interface
  • snprintf(3)
    printf - formatted output conversion
  • sobind(9)
    socket - kernel socket interface
  • sockatmark(3)
    sockatmark - determine whether the read pointer is at the OOB mark
  • socket(2)
    socket - create an endpoint for communication
  • socketpair(2)
    socketpair - create a pair of connected sockets
  • socket(9)
    socket - kernel socket interface
  • sockstat(1)
    sockstat - list open sockets
  • soclose(9)
    socket - kernel socket interface
  • soconnect(9)
    socket - kernel socket interface
  • socreate(9)
    socket - kernel socket interface
  • soelim(1)
    soelim - interpret .so requests in groff input
  • sogetopt(9)
    socket - kernel socket interface
  • soreceive(9)
    socket - kernel socket interface
  • sort(1)
    sort - sort lines of text files
  • sosend(9)
    socket - kernel socket interface
  • sosetopt(9)
    socket - kernel socket interface
  • soshutdown(9)
    socket - kernel socket interface
  • sound(4)
    sound - FreeBSD
  • source(1)
    builtin - shell built-in commands
  • sourcefilter(3)
    sourcefilter - advanced multicast group membership API
  • spamassassin-run(1)
    spamassassin - simple front-end filtering script for SpamAssassin
  • spamassassin(1)
    spamassassin - extensible email filter used to identify spam
  • spamc(1)
    spamc - client for spamd
  • spamd(1)
    spamd - daemonized version of spamassassin
  • speaker(4)
    speaker - console speaker device driver
  • spic(4)
    spic - Sony Programmable I/O Controller device driver
  • spkr(4)
    speaker - console speaker device driver
  • spkrtest(8)
    spkrtest - test script for the speaker driver
  • spl(9)
    splbio - manipulate interrupt priorities
  • spl0(9)
    splbio - manipulate interrupt priorities
  • splain(1)
    diagnostics, splain - produce verbose warning diagnostics
  • splash(4)
    splash - splash screen / screen saver interface
  • SPLAY_EMPTY(3)
    SPLAY_PROTOTYPE - implementations of splay and red-black trees
  • SPLAY_ENTRY(3)
    SPLAY_PROTOTYPE - implementations of splay and red-black trees
  • SPLAY_FIND(3)
    SPLAY_PROTOTYPE - implementations of splay and red-black trees
  • SPLAY_FOREACH(3)
    SPLAY_PROTOTYPE - implementations of splay and red-black trees
  • SPLAY_GENERATE(3)
    SPLAY_PROTOTYPE - implementations of splay and red-black trees
  • SPLAY_HEAD(3)
    SPLAY_PROTOTYPE - implementations of splay and red-black trees
  • SPLAY_INIT(3)
    SPLAY_PROTOTYPE - implementations of splay and red-black trees
  • SPLAY_INITIALIZER(3)
    SPLAY_PROTOTYPE - implementations of splay and red-black trees
  • SPLAY_INSERT(3)
    SPLAY_PROTOTYPE - implementations of splay and red-black trees
  • SPLAY_LEFT(3)
    SPLAY_PROTOTYPE - implementations of splay and red-black trees
  • SPLAY_MAX(3)
    SPLAY_PROTOTYPE - implementations of splay and red-black trees
  • SPLAY_MIN(3)
    SPLAY_PROTOTYPE - implementations of splay and red-black trees
  • SPLAY_NEXT(3)
    SPLAY_PROTOTYPE - implementations of splay and red-black trees
  • SPLAY_PROTOTYPE(3)
    SPLAY_PROTOTYPE - implementations of splay and red-black trees
  • SPLAY_REMOVE(3)
    SPLAY_PROTOTYPE - implementations of splay and red-black trees
  • SPLAY_RIGHT(3)
    SPLAY_PROTOTYPE - implementations of splay and red-black trees
  • SPLAY_ROOT(3)
    SPLAY_PROTOTYPE - implementations of splay and red-black trees
  • splbio(9)
    splbio - manipulate interrupt priorities
  • splclock(9)
    splbio - manipulate interrupt priorities
  • splhigh(9)
    splbio - manipulate interrupt priorities
  • splimp(9)
    splbio - manipulate interrupt priorities
  • split(1)
    split - split a file into pieces
  • splnet(9)
    splbio - manipulate interrupt priorities
  • splsoftclock(9)
    splbio - manipulate interrupt priorities
  • splsofttty(9)
    splbio - manipulate interrupt priorities
  • splstatclock(9)
    splbio - manipulate interrupt priorities
  • spltty(9)
    splbio - manipulate interrupt priorities
  • splvm(9)
    splbio - manipulate interrupt priorities
  • splx(9)
    splbio - manipulate interrupt priorities
  • sppp(4)
    sppp - point to point protocol network layer for synchronous lines
  • spppcontrol(8)
    spppcontrol - display or set parameters for an sppp interface
  • spray(8)
    spray - send many packets to host
  • sprintf(3)
    printf - formatted output conversion
  • sprog(7)
    sprog - secure programming practices
  • sqlite3(1)
    sqlite3 - A command line interface for SQLite version 3
  • sqrt(3)
    cbrt - cube root and square root functions
  • sqrtf(3)
    cbrt - cube root and square root functions
  • sqrtl(3)
    cbrt - cube root and square root functions
  • sradixsort(3)
    radixsort - radix sort
  • srand(3)
    rand - bad random number generator
  • srand48(3)
    drand48 - pseudo random number generators and initialization routines
  • sranddev(3)
    rand - bad random number generator
  • srandom(3)
    random - better random number generator; routines for changing generators
  • srandomdev(3)
    random - better random number generator; routines for changing generators
  • srandom(9)
    arc4rand - supply pseudo-random numbers
  • src.conf(5)
    src.conf - source build options
  • sscanf(3)
    scanf - input format conversion
  • sscop(1)
    sscop - SSCOP transport protocol
  • ssh(1)
    ssh - OpenSSH SSH client (remote login program)
  • ssh-add(1)
    ssh-add - adds private key identities to the authentication agent
  • ssh-agent(1)
    ssh-agent - authentication agent
  • ssh-keygen(1)
    ssh-keygen - authentication key generation, management and conversion
  • ssh-keyscan(1)
    ssh-keyscan - gather ssh public keys
  • ssh-keysign(8)
    ssh-keysign - ssh helper program for host-based authentication
  • ssh-pkcs11-helper(8)
    ssh-pkcs11-helper - ssh-agent helper program for PKCS#11 support
  • sshd(8)
    sshd - OpenSSH SSH daemon
  • sshd_config(5)
    sshd_config - OpenSSH SSH daemon configuration file
  • ssh_config(5)
    ssh_config - OpenSSH SSH client configuration files
  • stab(5)
    stab - symbol table types
  • stablerestart(5)
    nfs-stablerestart - restart information for the NFSv4 server
  • stack(9)
    stack - kernel thread stack tracing routines
  • stack_copy(9)
    stack - kernel thread stack tracing routines
  • stack_create(9)
    stack - kernel thread stack tracing routines
  • stack_destroy(9)
    stack - kernel thread stack tracing routines
  • stack_print(9)
    stack - kernel thread stack tracing routines
  • stack_print_ddb(9)
    stack - kernel thread stack tracing routines
  • stack_put(9)
    stack - kernel thread stack tracing routines
  • stack_save(9)
    stack - kernel thread stack tracing routines
  • stack_sbuf_print(9)
    stack - kernel thread stack tracing routines
  • stack_sbuf_print_ddb(9)
    stack - kernel thread stack tracing routines
  • stack_zero(9)
    stack - kernel thread stack tracing routines
  • STAILQ_CONCAT(3)
    SLIST_EMPTY - implementations of singly-linked lists, singly-linked tail queues, lists and tail queues
  • STAILQ_EMPTY(3)
    SLIST_EMPTY - implementations of singly-linked lists, singly-linked tail queues, lists and tail queues
  • STAILQ_ENTRY(3)
    SLIST_EMPTY - implementations of singly-linked lists, singly-linked tail queues, lists and tail queues
  • STAILQ_FIRST(3)
    SLIST_EMPTY - implementations of singly-linked lists, singly-linked tail queues, lists and tail queues
  • STAILQ_FOREACH(3)
    SLIST_EMPTY - implementations of singly-linked lists, singly-linked tail queues, lists and tail queues
  • STAILQ_FOREACH_SAFE(3)
    SLIST_EMPTY - implementations of singly-linked lists, singly-linked tail queues, lists and tail queues
  • STAILQ_HEAD(3)
    SLIST_EMPTY - implementations of singly-linked lists, singly-linked tail queues, lists and tail queues
  • STAILQ_HEAD_INITIALIZER(3)
    SLIST_EMPTY - implementations of singly-linked lists, singly-linked tail queues, lists and tail queues
  • STAILQ_INIT(3)
    SLIST_EMPTY - implementations of singly-linked lists, singly-linked tail queues, lists and tail queues
  • STAILQ_INSERT_AFTER(3)
    SLIST_EMPTY - implementations of singly-linked lists, singly-linked tail queues, lists and tail queues
  • STAILQ_INSERT_HEAD(3)
    SLIST_EMPTY - implementations of singly-linked lists, singly-linked tail queues, lists and tail queues
  • STAILQ_INSERT_TAIL(3)
    SLIST_EMPTY - implementations of singly-linked lists, singly-linked tail queues, lists and tail queues
  • STAILQ_LAST(3)
    SLIST_EMPTY - implementations of singly-linked lists, singly-linked tail queues, lists and tail queues
  • STAILQ_NEXT(3)
    SLIST_EMPTY - implementations of singly-linked lists, singly-linked tail queues, lists and tail queues
  • STAILQ_REMOVE(3)
    SLIST_EMPTY - implementations of singly-linked lists, singly-linked tail queues, lists and tail queues
  • STAILQ_REMOVE_AFTER(3)
    SLIST_EMPTY - implementations of singly-linked lists, singly-linked tail queues, lists and tail queues
  • STAILQ_REMOVE_HEAD(3)
    SLIST_EMPTY - implementations of singly-linked lists, singly-linked tail queues, lists and tail queues
  • STAILQ_SWAP(3)
    SLIST_EMPTY - implementations of singly-linked lists, singly-linked tail queues, lists and tail queues
  • standend(3)
    attroff, wattroff, attron, wattron, attrset, wattrset, color_set, wcolor_set, standend, wstandend, standout, wstandout, attr_get, wattr_get, attr_off, wattr_off, attr_on, wattr_on, attr_set, wattr_set, chgat, wchgat, mvc
  • standout(3)
    attroff, wattroff, attron, wattron, attrset, wattrset, color_set, wcolor_set, standend, wstandend, standout, wstandout, attr_get, wattr_get, attr_off, wattr_off, attr_on, wattr_on, attr_set, wattr_set, chgat, wchgat, mvc
  • start_color(3)
    start_color, init_pair, init_color, has_colors, can_change_color, color_content, pair_content, COLOR_PAIR - curses color manipulation routines
  • stat(1)
    stat - display file status
  • stat(2)
    stat - get file status
  • statfs(2)
    statfs - get file system statistics
  • statvfs(3)
    statvfs - retrieve file system information
  • stdarg(3)
    stdarg - variable argument lists
  • stderr(4)
    fd - file descriptor files
  • stdin(4)
    fd - file descriptor files
  • stdint(7)
    stdint - standard integer types
  • stdio(3)
    stdio - standard input/output library functions
  • stdout(4)
    fd - file descriptor files
  • ste(4)
    ste - Sundance Technologies ST201 Fast Ethernet device driver
  • stf(4)
    stf - 6to4 tunnel interface
  • stg(4)
    stg - driver for Future Domain based SCSI controllers
  • stge(4)
    stge - Sundance/Tamarack TC9021 Gigabit Ethernet adapter driver
  • sticky(7)
    sticky - sticky text and append-only directories
  • stop(1)
    builtin - shell built-in commands
  • store(9)
    store - store data to user-space
  • stpcpy(3)
    stpcpy, stpncpy, strcpy - copy strings
  • stpncpy(3)
    stpcpy, stpncpy, strcpy - copy strings
  • strcasecmp(3)
    strcasecmp - compare strings, ignoring case
  • strcasestr(3)
    strstr - locate a substring in a string
  • strcat(3)
    strcat - concatenate strings
  • strchr(3)
    strchr - locate character in string
  • strcmp(3)
    strcmp - compare strings
  • strcoll(3)
    strcoll - compare strings according to current collation
  • strcpy(3)
    stpcpy, stpncpy, strcpy - copy strings
  • strcspn(3)
    strcspn - span the complement of a string
  • strdup(3)
    strdup - save a copy of a string
  • stream(1)
    stream - a lightweight tool to stream one or more pixel components of the image or portion of the image to your choice of storage formats.
  • strerror(3)
    perror - system error messages
  • strerror_r(3)
    perror - system error messages
  • strfile(8)
    strfile - create a random access file for storing strings
  • strfmon(3)
    strfmon - convert monetary value to string
  • strftime(3)
    strftime - format date and time
  • strings(1)
    strings - print the strings of printable characters in files.
  • string(3)
    stpcpy - string specific functions
  • stringlist(3)
    stringlist - stringlist manipulation functions
  • strip(1)
    strip - Discard symbols from object files.
  • strlcat(3)
    strlcpy - size-bounded string copying and concatenation
  • strlcpy(3)
    strlcpy - size-bounded string copying and concatenation
  • strlen(3)
    strlen, strnlen - find length of string
  • strmode(3)
    strmode - convert inode status information into a symbolic string
  • strncasecmp(3)
    strcasecmp - compare strings, ignoring case
  • strncat(3)
    strcat - concatenate strings
  • strncmp(3)
    strcmp - compare strings
  • strncpy(3)
    stpcpy, stpncpy, strcpy - copy strings
  • strndup(3)
    strdup - save a copy of a string
  • strnlen(3)
    strlen, strnlen - find length of string
  • strnstr(3)
    strstr - locate a substring in a string
  • strpbrk(3)
    strpbrk - locate multiple characters in string
  • strptime(3)
    strptime - parse date and time string
  • strrchr(3)
    strchr - locate character in string
  • strsep(3)
    strsep - separate strings
  • strsignal(3)
    psignal - system signal messages
  • strspn(3)
    strspn - span a string
  • strstr(3)
    strstr - locate a substring in a string
  • strtod(3)
    strtod - convert ASCII string to floating point
  • strtof(3)
    strtod - convert ASCII string to floating point
  • strtofflags(3)
    fflagstostr - convert between file flag bits and their string names
  • strtoimax(3)
    strtol - convert a string value to a
  • strtok(3)
    strtok - string tokens
  • strtok_r(3)
    strtok - string tokens
  • strtol(3)
    strtol - convert a string value to a
  • strtold(3)
    strtod - convert ASCII string to floating point
  • strtoll(3)
    strtol - convert a string value to a
  • strtonum(3)
    strtonum - reliably convert string value to an integer
  • strtoq(3)
    strtol - convert a string value to a
  • strtoul(3)
    strtoul - convert a string to an
  • strtoull(3)
    strtoul - convert a string to an
  • strtoumax(3)
    strtoul - convert a string to an
  • strtouq(3)
    strtoul - convert a string to an
  • strunvis(3)
    unvis - decode a visual representation of characters
  • strunvisx(3)
    unvis - decode a visual representation of characters
  • strvis(3)
    vis - visually encode characters
  • strvisx(3)
    vis - visually encode characters
  • strxfrm(3)
    strxfrm - transform a string under locale
  • stty(1)
    stty - set the options for a terminal device interface
  • style.Makefile(5)
    style.Makefile - FreeBSD
  • style(9)
    style - kernel source file style guide
  • su(1)
    su - substitute user identity
  • subpad(3)
    newpad, subpad, prefresh, pnoutrefresh, pechochar, pecho_wchar - create and display curses pads
  • subwin(3)
    newwin, delwin, mvwin, subwin, derwin, mvderwin, dupwin, wsyncup, syncok, wcursyncup, wsyncdown - create curses windows
  • subyte(9)
    store - store data to user-space
  • sudo(8)
    sudo, sudoedit - execute a command as another user
  • sudoers(5)
    sudoers - default sudo security policy module
  • sudoreplay(8)
    sudoreplay - replay sudo session logs
  • sudo_plugin(8)
    sudo_plugin - Sudo Plugin API
  • suexec(8)
    suexec - Switch user before executing external programs
  • sum(1)
    cksum - display file checksums and block counts
  • suspend(1)
    builtin - shell built-in commands
  • suswintr(9)
    store - store data to user-space
  • suword(9)
    store - store data to user-space
  • suword16(9)
    store - store data to user-space
  • suword32(9)
    store - store data to user-space
  • suword64(9)
    store - store data to user-space
  • svcerr_auth(3)
    rpc_svc_err - library routines for server side remote procedure call errors
  • svcerr_decode(3)
    rpc_svc_err - library routines for server side remote procedure call errors
  • svcerr_noproc(3)
    rpc_svc_err - library routines for server side remote procedure call errors
  • svcerr_noprog(3)
    rpc_svc_err - library routines for server side remote procedure call errors
  • svcerr_progvers(3)
    rpc_svc_err - library routines for server side remote procedure call errors
  • svcerr_systemerr(3)
    rpc_svc_err - library routines for server side remote procedure call errors
  • svcerr_weakauth(3)
    rpc_svc_err - library routines for server side remote procedure call errors
  • svcfd_create(3)
    rpc_soc - library routines for remote procedure calls
  • svcraw_create(3)
    rpc_soc - library routines for remote procedure calls
  • svctcp_create(3)
    rpc_soc - library routines for remote procedure calls
  • svcudp_bufcreate(3)
    rpc_soc - library routines for remote procedure calls
  • svcunixfd_create(3)
    rpc_soc - library routines for remote procedure calls
  • svcunix_create(3)
    rpc_soc - library routines for remote procedure calls
  • svc_auth_reg(3)
    rpc_svc_reg - library routines for registering servers
  • svc_control(3)
    rpc_svc_create - library routines for the creation of server handles
  • svc_create(3)
    rpc_svc_create - library routines for the creation of server handles
  • svc_destroy(3)
    rpc_svc_create - library routines for the creation of server handles
  • svc_dg_create(3)
    rpc_svc_create - library routines for the creation of server handles
  • svc_dg_enablecache(3)
    svc_dg_enablecache - library routines for RPC servers
  • svc_exit(3)
    svc_dg_enablecache - library routines for RPC servers
  • svc_fds(3)
    rpc_soc - library routines for remote procedure calls
  • svc_fdset(3)
    rpc_soc - library routines for remote procedure calls
  • svc_fd_create(3)
    rpc_svc_create - library routines for the creation of server handles
  • svc_freeargs(3)
    svc_dg_enablecache - library routines for RPC servers
  • svc_getargs(3)
    svc_dg_enablecache - library routines for RPC servers
  • svc_getcaller(3)
    rpc_soc - library routines for remote procedure calls
  • svc_getreqset(3)
    svc_dg_enablecache - library routines for RPC servers
  • svc_getreq_common(3)
    svc_dg_enablecache - library routines for RPC servers
  • svc_getreq_poll(3)
    svc_dg_enablecache - library routines for RPC servers
  • svc_getrpccaller(3)
    svc_dg_enablecache - library routines for RPC servers
  • svc_pollset(3)
    svc_dg_enablecache - library routines for RPC servers
  • svc_raw_create(3)
    rpc_svc_create - library routines for the creation of server handles
  • svc_reg(3)
    rpc_svc_reg - library routines for registering servers
  • svc_register(3)
    rpc_soc - library routines for remote procedure calls
  • svc_run(3)
    svc_dg_enablecache - library routines for RPC servers
  • svc_sendreply(3)
    svc_dg_enablecache - library routines for RPC servers
  • svc_tli_create(3)
    rpc_svc_create - library routines for the creation of server handles
  • svc_tp_create(3)
    rpc_svc_create - library routines for the creation of server handles
  • svc_unreg(3)
    rpc_svc_reg - library routines for registering servers
  • svc_unregister(3)
    rpc_soc - library routines for remote procedure calls
  • svc_vc_create(3)
    rpc_svc_create - library routines for the creation of server handles
  • svn(1)
    svn - Subversion command line client tool
  • svnadmin(1)
    svnadmin - Subversion repository administration tool
  • svndumpfilter(1)
    svndumpfilter - Filter a subversion repository "dumpfile".
  • svnlook(1)
    svnlook - Subversion repository examination tool
  • svnrdump(1)
    svnrdump - Subversion remote repository dumper and loader
  • svnserve.conf(5)
    svnserve.conf - Repository configuration file for svnserve
  • svnserve(8)
    svnserve - Server for the "svn" repository access method
  • svnsync(1)
    svnsync - Subversion repository synchronization tool
  • svnversion(1)
    svnversion - Produce a compact version number for a working copy.
  • swab(3)
    swab - swap adjacent bytes
  • swapcontext(3)
    makecontext - modify and exchange user thread contexts
  • swapctl(8)
    swapon - specify devices for paging and swapping
  • swapinfo(8)
    pstat - display system data structures
  • swapoff(2)
    swapon - control devices for interleaved paging/swapping
  • swapon(2)
    swapon - control devices for interleaved paging/swapping
  • swapoff(8)
    swapon - specify devices for paging and swapping
  • swapon(8)
    swapon - specify devices for paging and swapping
  • swi(9)
    swi_add - register and schedule software interrupt handlers
  • switch(1)
    builtin - shell built-in commands
  • swi_add(9)
    swi_add - register and schedule software interrupt handlers
  • swi_sched(9)
    swi_add - register and schedule software interrupt handlers
  • swprintf(3)
    wprintf - formatted wide character output conversion
  • swscanf(3)
    wscanf - wide character input format conversion
  • SW_WATCHDOG(4)
    watchdog - hardware and software watchdog
  • sx(9)
    sx - kernel shared/exclusive lock
  • sxpm(1)
    sxpm - Show an XPM (X PixMap) file and/or convert XPM 1 or 2 files to XPM 3.
  • sx_assert(9)
    sx - kernel shared/exclusive lock
  • sx_destroy(9)
    sx - kernel shared/exclusive lock
  • sx_downgrade(9)
    sx - kernel shared/exclusive lock
  • sx_init(9)
    sx - kernel shared/exclusive lock
  • sx_init_flags(9)
    sx - kernel shared/exclusive lock
  • sx_sleep(9)
    sx - kernel shared/exclusive lock
  • sx_slock(9)
    sx - kernel shared/exclusive lock
  • sx_sunlock(9)
    sx - kernel shared/exclusive lock
  • SX_SYSINIT(9)
    sx - kernel shared/exclusive lock
  • sx_try_slock(9)
    sx - kernel shared/exclusive lock
  • sx_try_upgrade(9)
    sx - kernel shared/exclusive lock
  • sx_try_xlock(9)
    sx - kernel shared/exclusive lock
  • sx_unlock(9)
    sx - kernel shared/exclusive lock
  • sx_xholder(9)
    sx - kernel shared/exclusive lock
  • sx_xlock(9)
    sx - kernel shared/exclusive lock
  • sx_xlocked(9)
    sx - kernel shared/exclusive lock
  • sx_xunlock(9)
    sx - kernel shared/exclusive lock
  • sym(4)
    sym - NCR/Symbios/LSI Logic 53C8XX PCI SCSI host adapter driver
  • symcryptrun(1)
    symcryptrun - Call a simple symmetric encryption tool
  • symlink(2)
    symlink - make symbolic link to a file
  • symlinkat(2)
    symlink - make symbolic link to a file
  • symlink(7)
    symlink - symbolic link handling
  • sync(2)
    sync - schedule file system updates
  • sync(8)
    sync - force completion of pending disk writes (flush cache)
  • syncache(4)
    syncache - sysctl(8)
  • syncer(4)
    syncer - file system synchronizer kernel process
  • syncok(3)
    newwin, delwin, mvwin, subwin, derwin, mvderwin, dupwin, wsyncup, syncok, wcursyncup, wsyncdown - create curses windows
  • syncookies(4)
    syncache - sysctl(8)
  • sysarch(2)
    sysarch - architecture-dependent system call
  • syscall(2)
    syscall - indirect system call
  • SYSCALL_MODULE(9)
    SYSCALL_MODULE - syscall kernel module declaration macro
  • sysconf(3)
    sysconf - get configurable system variables
  • syscons(4)
    syscons - the console driver
  • sysctl(3)
    sysctl - get or set system information
  • sysctlbyname(3)
    sysctl - get or set system information
  • sysctlnametomib(3)
    sysctl - get or set system information
  • sysctl.conf(5)
    sysctl.conf - kernel state defaults
  • sysctl(8)
    sysctl - get or set kernel state
  • sysctl(9)
    SYSCTL_DECL - Static sysctl declaration functions
  • SYSCTL_ADD_INT(9)
    sysctl_add_oid - runtime sysctl tree manipulation
  • SYSCTL_ADD_LONG(9)
    sysctl_add_oid - runtime sysctl tree manipulation
  • SYSCTL_ADD_NODE(9)
    sysctl_add_oid - runtime sysctl tree manipulation
  • SYSCTL_ADD_OID(9)
    sysctl_add_oid - runtime sysctl tree manipulation
  • SYSCTL_ADD_OPAQUE(9)
    sysctl_add_oid - runtime sysctl tree manipulation
  • SYSCTL_ADD_PROC(9)
    sysctl_add_oid - runtime sysctl tree manipulation
  • SYSCTL_ADD_QUAD(9)
    sysctl_add_oid - runtime sysctl tree manipulation
  • SYSCTL_ADD_STRING(9)
    sysctl_add_oid - runtime sysctl tree manipulation
  • SYSCTL_ADD_STRUCT(9)
    sysctl_add_oid - runtime sysctl tree manipulation
  • SYSCTL_ADD_UINT(9)
    sysctl_add_oid - runtime sysctl tree manipulation
  • SYSCTL_ADD_ULONG(9)
    sysctl_add_oid - runtime sysctl tree manipulation
  • SYSCTL_CHILDREN(9)
    sysctl_add_oid - runtime sysctl tree manipulation
  • sysctl_ctx_entry_add(9)
    sysctl_ctx_init - sysctl context for managing dynamically created sysctl oids
  • sysctl_ctx_entry_del(9)
    sysctl_ctx_init - sysctl context for managing dynamically created sysctl oids
  • sysctl_ctx_entry_find(9)
    sysctl_ctx_init - sysctl context for managing dynamically created sysctl oids
  • sysctl_ctx_free(9)
    sysctl_ctx_init - sysctl context for managing dynamically created sysctl oids
  • sysctl_ctx_init(9)
    sysctl_ctx_init - sysctl context for managing dynamically created sysctl oids
  • SYSCTL_DECL(9)
    SYSCTL_DECL - Static sysctl declaration functions
  • SYSCTL_INT(9)
    SYSCTL_DECL - Static sysctl declaration functions
  • SYSCTL_LONG(9)
    SYSCTL_DECL - Static sysctl declaration functions
  • sysctl_move_oid(9)
    sysctl_add_oid - runtime sysctl tree manipulation
  • SYSCTL_NODE(9)
    SYSCTL_DECL - Static sysctl declaration functions
  • SYSCTL_OPAQUE(9)
    SYSCTL_DECL - Static sysctl declaration functions
  • SYSCTL_PROC(9)
    SYSCTL_DECL - Static sysctl declaration functions
  • SYSCTL_QUAD(9)
    SYSCTL_DECL - Static sysctl declaration functions
  • sysctl_remove_oid(9)
    sysctl_add_oid - runtime sysctl tree manipulation
  • SYSCTL_STATIC_CHILDREN(9)
    sysctl_add_oid - runtime sysctl tree manipulation
  • SYSCTL_STRING(9)
    SYSCTL_DECL - Static sysctl declaration functions
  • SYSCTL_STRUCT(9)
    SYSCTL_DECL - Static sysctl declaration functions
  • SYSCTL_UINT(9)
    SYSCTL_DECL - Static sysctl declaration functions
  • SYSCTL_ULONG(9)
    SYSCTL_DECL - Static sysctl declaration functions
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    sysexits - preferable exit codes for programs
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    sysinstall - system installation and configuration tool
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    SYSINIT - a framework for dynamic kernel initialization
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    syslog - control system log
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    syslog.conf - syslogd(8)
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    syslogd - log systems messages
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    sysmouse - virtualized mouse driver
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    systat - display system statistics
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    system - pass a command to the shell
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    SYSINIT - a framework for dynamic kernel initialization
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    perror - system error messages
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    perror - system error messages
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    psignal - system signal messages
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    psignal - system signal messages

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