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    in 8-bit mode) /usr/bin/unzip (1) - list, test and extract compressed files in a ZIP archive /usr/bin/uptime (1) - Tell how long the system has been running /usr/bin/upx: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/us: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/users: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/uuidgen (1) - command-line utility to create a new UUID value /usr/bin/uz: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/vcstime: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/vdir: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/vi: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/vim-enhanced: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/vt-is-UTF8 (1) - check whether current VT is in UTF8- or byte-mode /usr/bin/watch: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/Wget [wget] (1) - The non-interactive network downloader /usr/bin/wgetpaste: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/whatis: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/wheel-gen.pl: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/whereis (1) - locate the binary, source, and manual page files for a command /usr/bin/which (1) - shows the full path of (shell) commands /usr/bin/who: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/whoami: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/write (1) - 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set the function of the Ctrl-Alt-Del combination /usr/sbin/debugfs (8) - ext2/ext3 file system debugger /usr/sbin/debugreiserfs (8) - The debugging tool for the Reiser FS filesystem /usr/sbin/depmod-24: nothing appropriate /usr/sbin/depmod-25: nothing appropriate /usr/sbin/depmod.old: nothing appropriate /usr/sbin/dhcpd (8) - Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol Server [dhcpd] (5) - dhcpd configuration file dhcpd.leases [dhcpd] (5) - DHCP client lease database /usr/sbin/diskdrake: nothing appropriate /usr/sbin/dmeventd: nothing appropriate /usr/sbin/dmevent_tool: nothing appropriate /usr/sbin/dmraid (8) - discover, configure and activate software (ATA)RAID /usr/sbin/dmsetup (8) - low level logical volume management /usr/sbin/dosfsck (8) - check and repair MS-DOS file systems /usr/sbin/drakkeyboard: nothing appropriate /usr/sbin/dump: nothing appropriate /usr/sbin/dump_cis (8) - display PCMCIA Card Information Structures /usr/sbin/dumpe2fs (8) - dump ext2/ext3 filesystem information /usr/sbin/e2image: nothing appropriate /usr/sbin/e2label: nothing appropriate /usr/sbin/e2undo: nothing appropriate /usr/sbin/elvtune: nothing appropriate /usr/sbin/ether-wake: nothing appropriate /usr/sbin/ethtool (8) - 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Encrypt a password in MD5 format grub-terminfo (8) - Generate a terminfo command from a terminfo name /usr/sbin/grub-install (8) - install GRUB on your drive /usr/sbin/grub-md5-crypt (8) - Encrypt a password in MD5 format /usr/sbin/grub-set-default: nothing appropriate /usr/sbin/grub-terminfo (8) - Generate a terminfo command from a terminfo name /usr/sbin/hald: nothing appropriate /usr/sbin/hdparm (8) - get/set SATA/ATA device parameters /usr/sbin/hotplugctl: nothing appropriate /usr/sbin/ifcfg: nothing appropriate /usr/sbin/ifenslave: nothing appropriate /usr/sbin/ifrename (8) - rename network interfaces based on various static criteria /usr/sbin/insmod-24: nothing appropriate /usr/sbin/insmod-DIET: nothing appropriate /usr/sbin/insmod_ksymoops_clean: nothing appropriate /usr/sbin/insmod.old: nothing appropriate /usr/sbin/insmod.static: nothing appropriate /usr/sbin/install-info: nothing appropriate /usr/sbin/installkernel: nothing appropriate /usr/sbin/in.tftpd: nothing appropriate /usr/sbin/ipmaddr: nothing appropriate /usr/sbin/iptables (8) - administration tool for IPv4 packet filtering and NAT iptables-restore (8) - Restore IP Tables iptables-save (8) - Save IP Tables /usr/sbin/iptables-restore (8) - Restore IP Tables /usr/sbin/iptables-save (8) - Save IP Tables /usr/sbin/iptunnel: nothing appropriate /usr/sbin/iwconfig (8) - configure a wireless network interface /usr/sbin/iwevent (8) - Display Wireless Events generated by drivers and setting changes /usr/sbin/iwgetid (8) - Report ESSID, NWID or AP/Cell Address of wireless network /usr/sbin/iwlist (8) - Get more detailed wireless information from a wireless interface /usr/sbin/iwpriv (8) - configure optionals (private) parameters of a wireless network interface /usr/sbin/iwspy (8) - Get wireless statistics from specific nodes /usr/sbin/kallsyms: nothing appropriate /usr/sbin/kbdrate: nothing appropriate /usr/sbin/kernel_remove_initrd: nothing appropriate /usr/sbin/kernelversion: nothing appropriate /usr/sbin/keyboarddrake: nothing appropriate /usr/sbin/kudzu (8) - detects and configures new and/or changed hardware on a system /usr/sbin/laptop-mode: nothing appropriate /usr/sbin/ldattach (8) - attach a line discipline to a serial line /usr/sbin/ldconfig: nothing appropriate /usr/sbin/lilo (8) - install boot loader /usr/sbin/lshw (1) - list hardware /usr/sbin/lsmod-24: nothing appropriate /usr/sbin/lsmod-25: nothing appropriate /usr/sbin/lsmod.old: nothing appropriate /usr/sbin/lspci (8) - list all PCI devices /usr/sbin/lspnp (8) - list Plug and Play BIOS device nodes and resources /usr/sbin/lsusb (8) - list USB devices /usr/sbin/lvchange (8) - change attributes of a logical volume /usr/sbin/lvconvert (8) - convert a logical volume from linear to mirror or snapshot /usr/sbin/lvcreate (8) - create a logical volume in an existing volume group /usr/sbin/lvdisplay (8) - display attributes of a logical volume /usr/sbin/lvextend (8) - extend the size of a logical volume /usr/sbin/lvm (8) - LVM2 tools [lvm] (5) - Configuration file for LVM2 /usr/sbin/lvm2: nothing appropriate /usr/sbin/lvmchange (8) - change attributes of the logical volume manager /usr/sbin/lvmdiskscan (8) - scan for all devices visible to LVM2 /usr/sbin/lvmdump (8) - 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run a shell with substitute user and group IDs /bin/sync (1) - flush filesystem buffers /bin/tail (1) - output the last part of files /bin/tar: nothing appropriate /bin/touch (1) - change file timestamps /bin/tput: nothing appropriate /bin/tr (1) - translate or delete characters /bin/trinisup (8) - utility to get remote help from the TRK team through an ssh tunnel /bin/trk2iso (8) - creates an iso file of your current TRK /bin/trk2usb (8) - transfer TRK from CD to a USB medium /bin/trkbootnet (8) - a utility that makes a TRK network bootserver out of the running TRK /bin/trkhelp: nothing appropriate /bin/trkmenu: nothing appropriate /bin/true (1) - do nothing, successfully /bin/tty (1) - print the file name of the terminal connected to standard input /bin/umount (8) - unmount file systems [umount] (8) - for normal, non-root users, to unmount their own Common Internet File System (CIFS) mounts /bin/umountallfs: nothing appropriate /bin/umountallfs.sh: nothing appropriate /bin/umount.aufs: nothing appropriate /bin/umount.cifs3: nothing appropriate /bin/uname (1) - print system information /bin/unicode_start (1) - put the console in Unicode mode /bin/uniq (1) - remove duplicate lines from a sorted file /bin/unlink (1) - call the unlink function to remove the specified file /bin/unpi: nothing appropriate /bin/unsquashfs: nothing appropriate /bin/updatetrk (8) - fetch external third party software for Trinity Rescue kit and apply local changes /bin/usleep (1) - sleep some number of microseconds /bin/vi: nothing appropriate /bin/virusscan (8) - scan and attempt to disinfect your local drives from viri /bin/wc (1) - print the number of newlines, words, and bytes in files /bin/winclean (8) - clean up junk files from a Windows installation /bin/winpass (8) - offline reset passwords on MS Windows /bin/ypdomainname [hostname] (1) - show or set the system's NIS/YP domain name /bin/zcat (1) - compress or expand files zcat [gunzip] (1) - compress or expand files zcat [gzip] (1) - compress or expand files /sbin/addpart: nothing appropriate /sbin/agetty (8) - alternative Linux getty /sbin/arping (8) - send ARP REQUEST to a neighbour host /sbin/autoshell: nothing appropriate /sbin/autoshell-links: nothing appropriate /sbin/badblocks (8) - search a device for bad blocks /sbin/blkid (8) - command-line utility to locate/print block device attributes /sbin/blockdev (8) - call block device ioctls from the command line /sbin/bootlogd: nothing appropriate /sbin/cardctl (8) - PCMCIA card control utility /sbin/cardmgr (8) - PCMCIA device manager /sbin/cdsymlinks: nothing appropriate /sbin/cfdisk (8) - Curses based disk partition table manipulator for Linux /sbin/chassis_id: nothing appropriate /sbin/chkconfig: nothing appropriate /sbin/clock: nothing appropriate /sbin/consoletype (1) - print type of the console connected to standard input /sbin/ctrlaltdel (8) - set the function of the Ctrl-Alt-Del combination /sbin/delpart: nothing appropriate /sbin/depmod (8) - program to generate and map files /sbin/dhclient (8) - Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol Client dhclient-script (8) - DHCP client network configuration script /sbin/dhclient-script (8) - DHCP client network configuration script /sbin/dhcpcd (8) - DHCP client daemon /sbin/e2fsck (8) - check a Linux ext2/ext3 file system e2[e2fsck] (5) - Configuration file for e2fsck e2fsck [fsck] (8) - check a Linux ext2/ext3/ext4 file system e2fsck [fsck] (8) - check a Linux ext2/ext3 file system /sbin/fdisk (8) - Partition table manipulator for Linux /sbin/findfs (8) - Find a filesystem by label or UUID /sbin/fsck (8) - check and repair a Linux file system fsck.minix [fsck] (8) - a file system consistency checker for Linux /sbin/fsck.cramfs: nothing appropriate /sbin/fsck.ext2: nothing appropriate /sbin/fsck.ext3: nothing appropriate /sbin/fsck.ext4: nothing appropriate /sbin/fsck.ext4dev: nothing appropriate /sbin/fsck.minix [fsck] (8) - a file system consistency checker for Linux /sbin/fsck.reiserfs: nothing appropriate /sbin/fsck.vfat: nothing appropriate /sbin/ftl_check (8) - Flash Translation Layer format checker /sbin/ftl_format (8) - Flash Translation Layer formatting utility /sbin/fuser (1) - identify processes using files or sockets /sbin/getkey: nothing appropriate /sbin/halt (8) - stop the system /sbin/halt-no-eject: nothing appropriate /sbin/hotplug (8) - Linux hotplugging support scripts /sbin/hwclock (8) - query and set the hardware clock (RTC) /sbin/ide_info (8) - IDE device description tool /sbin/ifconfig (8) - configure a network interface /sbin/ifdown: nothing appropriate /sbin/ifplugd (8) - A link detection daemon for ethernet devices /sbin/ifplugstatus (8) - A link beat detection tool /sbin/ifport (8) - select the transceiver type for a network interface /sbin/ifup: nothing appropriate /sbin/ifuser (8) - identify destinations routed to a particular network interface /sbin/init (8) - process control initialization /sbin/initlog (1) - log messages and events to the system logger /sbin/insmod (8) - simple program to insert a module into the Linux Kernel insmod [insmod-25] (8) - simple program to insert a module into the Linux Kernel /sbin/insmod-25: nothing appropriate /sbin/ip (8) - TCP/IP interface configuration and routing utility /sbin/killall5: nothing appropriate /sbin/klogd (8) - Kernel Log Daemon /sbin/ksyms (8) - display exported kernel symbols /sbin/ldconfig: nothing appropriate /sbin/logsave (8) - save the output of a command in a logfile /sbin/losetup (8) - set up and control loop devices /sbin/lsmod (8) - program to show the status of modules in the Linux Kernel /sbin/lsof (8) - list open files /sbin/makedev (8) - create devices /sbin/mesg (1) - control write access to your terminal /sbin/mke2fs (8) - create an ext2/ext3 filesystem mke2fs [mkfs] (8) - create an ext2/ext3 filesystem /sbin/mkfs (8) - build a Linux file system [mkfs] (8) - make an SCO bfs filesystem mkfs.minix [mkfs] (8) - make a Linux MINIX filesystem [mkfs] (8) - construct an XFS filesystem /sbin/[mkfs] (8) - make an SCO bfs filesystem /sbin/mkfs.cramfs: nothing appropriate /sbin/mkfs.ext2: nothing appropriate /sbin/mkfs.ext3: nothing appropriate /sbin/mkfs.ext4: nothing appropriate /sbin/mkfs.ext4dev: nothing appropriate /sbin/mkfs.minix [mkfs] (8) - make a Linux MINIX filesystem /sbin/mkfs.msdos: nothing appropriate /sbin/mkfs.ntfs: nothing appropriate /sbin/mkfs.reiserfs: nothing appropriate /sbin/mkfs.vfat: nothing appropriate /sbin/[mkfs] (8) - construct an XFS filesystem /sbin/mkswap (8) - set up a Linux swap area /sbin/modinfo (8) - program to show information about a Linux Kernel module /sbin/modprobe (8) - program to add and remove modules from the Linux Kernel modprobe [modprobe-25] (8) - program to add and remove modules from the Linux Kernel /sbin/modprobe-25: nothing appropriate /sbin/mount.captive [mount] (8) - mount(8) interface for NTFS disk access /sbin/mount.captive-cdfs: nothing appropriate /sbin/mount.captive-ext2fsd: nothing appropriate /sbin/mount.captive-fastfat: nothing appropriate /sbin/mount.captive-ntfs: nothing appropriate /sbin/[mount] (8) - mount using the Common Internet File System (CIFS) /sbin/mount.cifs3: nothing appropriate /sbin/mount.fuse: nothing appropriate /sbin/[mount] (8) - mount a Network File System /sbin/mount.ntfs-3g: nothing appropriate /sbin/mount.ntfs-fuse: nothing appropriate /sbin/mountpoint: nothing appropriate /sbin/mount.smb: nothing appropriate /sbin/mount.smb3: nothing appropriate /sbin/mount.smbfs: nothing appropriate /sbin/mount.smbfs3: nothing appropriate /sbin/mount.sshfs: nothing appropriate /sbin/nfsddebug: nothing appropriate /sbin/nfsdebug: nothing appropriate /sbin/nologin (8) - politely refuse a login /sbin/pack_cis (8) - compile PCMCIA Card Information Structures /sbin/pam_console_apply (8) - set or revoke permissions for users at the system console /sbin/pam_console_setowner: nothing appropriate /sbin/partx: nothing appropriate /sbin/pcic_probe (8) - PCMCIA interface controller probe /sbin/pcinitrd (8) - create a PCMCIA initrd ram disk image /sbin/pidof: nothing appropriate /sbin/pivot_root (8) - change the root file system /sbin/portmap (8) - DARPA port to RPC program number mapper /sbin/reboot [halt] (8) - stop the system /sbin/reboot-no-eject: nothing appropriate /sbin/rmmod (8) - simple program to remove a module from the Linux Kernel rmmod [rmmod-24] (8) - unload loadable modules rmmod [rmmod-25] (8) - simple program to remove a module from the Linux Kernel /sbin/rmmod-25: nothing appropriate /sbin/route (8) - show / manipulate the IP routing table /sbin/rpcdebug: nothing appropriate /sbin/rpc.lockd [lockd] (8) - start kernel lockd process /sbin/rpc.statd [statd] (8) - NSM status monitor /sbin/runlevel: nothing appropriate /sbin/scsi_id (8) - retrieve and generate a unique SCSI identifier /sbin/scsi_info (8) - SCSI device description tool /sbin/service: nothing appropriate /sbin/setsysfont: nothing appropriate /sbin/sfdisk (8) - Partition table manipulator for Linux /sbin/shutdown (8) - bring the system down /sbin/sulogin: nothing appropriate /sbin/swapoff [swapon] (8) - enable/disable devices and files for paging and swapping /sbin/swapon (8) - enable/disable devices and files for paging and swapping /sbin/sysctl (8) - configure kernel parameters at runtime /sbin/syslogd: nothing appropriate /sbin/telinit [init] (8) - process control initialization /sbin/trypcmcia: nothing appropriate /sbin/tryscsi: nothing appropriate /sbin/tryusb: nothing appropriate /sbin/udev (8) - Linux configurable dynamic device naming support /sbin/udevd (8) - udev event serializer daemon and udev event sender /sbin/udev-klibc: nothing appropriate /sbin/udev-migrating-devfs-rules.pl: nothing appropriate /sbin/udevsend: nothing appropriate /sbin/udevstart (8) - populate initial device directory /sbin/udevstart-klibc: nothing appropriate /sbin/update-usb.usermap [update-usb] (8) - generate hotplug usb.usermap /sbin/utmpdump: nothing appropriate /sbin/wall (1) - write a message to users /usr/bin/[: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/7za (1) - A file archiver with highest compression ratio /usr/bin/acpi: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/acpi_available (1) - test whether ACPI subsystem is available /usr/bin/acpitool: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/afio (1) - manipulate archives and files /usr/bin/apropos (1) - search the whatis database for strings /usr/bin/at (1) - queue, examine or delete jobs for later execution /usr/bin/auchk: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/auplink: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/base64 (1) - base64 encode/decode data and print to standard output /usr/bin/bc: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/be: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/bmore: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/bonnie: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/buffer: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/burn BX: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/burn K6: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/burn K7: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/burn MMX: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/burn P5: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/burn P6: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/bvedit: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/bvi: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/bview: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/bzcat [bzip2] (1) - decompresses files to stdout /usr/bin/bzip2 (1) - a block-sorting file compressor, v1.0.2 /usr/bin/bzmore: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/cal (1) - displays a calendar /usr/bin/captive-cmdline (1) - Command-line client for captive(7) NTFS disk access /usr/bin/captive-lufsd: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/captive-lufsd-bin: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/captive-lufsmnt: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/captoinfo: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/cdrecord (1) - record audio or data Compact Disks or Digital Versatile Disks from a master /usr/bin/charset (1) - Set an ACM for use in one of the G0/G1 charset slots /usr/bin/chattr: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/check_wtmpx: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/chkdirs: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/chklastlog: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/chkproc: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/chkrootkit: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/chkutmp: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/chkwtmp: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/chntpw: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/chrt (1) - manipulate real-time attributes of a process /usr/bin/chvt (1) - change foreground virtual terminal /usr/bin/cksum (1) - checksum and count the bytes in a file /usr/bin/clamav-config: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/clamconf (1) - Clam Anti Virus configuration utility /usr/bin/clamdscan (1) - scan files and directories for viruses using Clam Anti Virus Daemon /usr/bin/clamdtop (1) - monitor the Clam Anti Virus Daemon /usr/bin/clamscan (1) - scan files and directories for viruses /usr/bin/clear (1) - clear the terminal screen /usr/bin/cmp (1) - compare two files byte by byte /usr/bin/codepage: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/col (1) - filter reverse line feeds from input /usr/bin/colcrt (1) - filter nroff output for CRT previewing /usr/bin/colrm (1) - remove columns from a file /usr/bin/column (1) - columnate lists /usr/bin/comm: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/csplit: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/curl (1) - transfer a URL /usr/bin/curl.sh: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/cytune (8) - Tune Cyclades driver parameters cytune (8) - Tune driver parameters for Cyclades-Z multiport serial card /usr/bin/dbus-cleanup-sockets (1) - clean up leftover sockets in a directory /usr/bin/dbus-daemon (1) - Message bus daemon /usr/bin/dbus-send (1) - Send a message to a message bus /usr/bin/dcgen: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/ddate (1) - converts Gregorian dates to Discordian dates /usr/bin/ddrescue (1) - manual page for ddrescue 1.8 /usr/bin/dd_rescue: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/dd_rhelp: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/de: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/deallocvt (1) - deallocate unused virtual terminals /usr/bin/diff (1) - compare files line by line /usr/bin/dig (1) - DNS lookup utility /usr/bin/dir: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/dirname: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/dk: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/du (1) - estimate file space usage /usr/bin/dumpkeys (1) - dump keyboard translation tables /usr/bin/env (1) - run a program in a modified environment /usr/bin/es: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/expand: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/factor: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/fatback: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/fbmngplay.static: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/fbresolution: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/fbtruetype.static: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/fgconsole (1) - print the number of the active VT /usr/bin/file (1) - determine file type /usr/bin/findsmb3: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/fix_bs_and_del: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/flock (1) - Manage locks from shell scripts /usr/bin/floppyd (1) - floppy daemon for remote access to floppy drive floppyd_installtest - tests whether floppyd is installed and running /usr/bin/floppyd_installtest (1) - tests whether floppyd is installed and running /usr/bin/fmt: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/fold: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/font2psf: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/fping: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/fr: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/free: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/freshclam (1) - update virus databases [freshclam] (5) - Configuration file for Clam Anti Virus database update tool /usr/bin/ftp (1) - ARPANET file transfer program /usr/bin/fusermount: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/fusesmb: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/fusesmb.cache: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/gendiff (1) - utility to aid in error-free diff file generation /usr/bin/getkeycodes (8) - print kernel scancode-to-keycode mapping table /usr/bin/getopt (1) - parse command options (enhanced) /usr/bin/ginstall: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/gpart: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/gpm-root (1) - a default handler for gpm, used to draw menus on the root window /usr/bin/groff (1) - front-end for the groff document formatting system /usr/bin/grotty: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/groups: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/groups.sh: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/gtbl: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/hal-find-by-capability: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/hal-find-by-property: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/hal-get-property: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/hal-set-property: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/hexdump (1) - ascii, decimal, hexadecimal, octal dump /usr/bin/hltest: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/host (1) - DNS lookup utility /usr/bin/hostid: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/i386: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/ifpromisc: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/ionice (1) - get/set program io scheduling class and priority /usr/bin/ipcmk (1) - create various ipc resources /usr/bin/ipcrm (1) - remove a message queue, semaphore set or shared memory id /usr/bin/ipcs (1) - provide information on ipc facilities /usr/bin/isosize (8) - outputs the length of a iso9660 file system isosize (8) - outputs the length of an iso9660 file system /usr/bin/it: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/join: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/kbd_mode (1) - report or set the keyboard mode /usr/bin/killall (1) - kill processes by name /usr/bin/ldd (1) - print shared library dependencies /usr/bin/lde: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/less (1) - opposite of more /usr/bin/less.bin: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/lftp (1) - Sophisticated file transfer program /usr/bin/lftpget: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/line (1) - read one line /usr/bin/links (1) - lynx-like alternative character mode WWW browser /usr/bin/links2: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/linux32: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/linux64: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/loadunimap: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/localedef (1) - compile locale definition files /usr/bin/logger (1) - a shell command interface to the syslog(3) system log module /usr/bin/logname: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/look (1) - display lines beginning with a given string /usr/bin/lsattr: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/lscpu (1) - CPU architecture information helper /usr/bin/lshal: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/lspci (8) - list all PCI devices /usr/bin/lz: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/man (1) - format and display the on-line manual pages /usr/bin/mapscrn: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/mc (1) - Visual shell for Unix-like systems /usr/bin/mcedit (1) - Internal file editor of GNU Midnight Commander /usr/bin/mcheck: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/mcmfmt: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/mcomp: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/mcookie (1) - generate magic cookies for xauth /usr/bin/mcview (1) - Internal file viewer of GNU Midnight Commander /usr/bin/md5sum (1) - compute and check MD5 message digest /usr/bin/mesg (1) - control write access to your terminal /usr/bin/mev (1) - a program to report mouse events /usr/bin/mgzip: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/mkdirhier: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/mkdiskimage: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/mkdiskimage.in: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/mkfifo: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/mkisofs (8) - create an hybrid ISO9660/JOLIET/HFS filesystem with optional Rock Ridge attributes /usr/bin/mkmanifest (1) - makes list of file names and their DOS 8+3 equivalent /usr/bin/mk_modmap: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/mkntfs (8) - create an NTFS file system /usr/bin/mount.cifs3: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/mouseps2: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/mouseser: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/mprime: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/ms-sys: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/mxtar: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/namei (1) - follow a pathname until a terminal point is found /usr/bin/nc: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/net (8) - Tool for administration of Samba and remote CIFS servers /usr/bin/netcat (1) - GNU Netcat Manual /usr/bin/netperf (1) - a network performance benchmark /usr/bin/netserver (1) - a network performance benchmark server /usr/bin/nl (1) - number lines of files /usr/bin/nmap (1) - Network exploration tool and security scanner /usr/bin/nmblookup3: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/no: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/nohup (1) - run a command immune to hangups, with output to a non-tty /usr/bin/nroff (1) - emulate nroff command with groff /usr/bin/nslookup (1) - query Internet name servers interactively /usr/bin/ntfs-3g (8) - Third Generation Read/Write NTFS Driver ntfs-3g.probe [ntfs-3g] (8) - Probe an NTFS volume mountability ntfs-3g.secaudit [ntfs-3g] (8) - NTFS Security Data Auditing ntfs-3g.usermap [ntfs-3g] (8) - NTFS Building a User Mapping File /usr/bin/ntfs-3g.probe [ntfs-3g] (8) - Probe an NTFS volume mountability /usr/bin/ntfs-3g.secaudit [ntfs-3g] (8) - NTFS Security Data Auditing /usr/bin/ntfs-3g.usermap [ntfs-3g] (8) - NTFS Building a User Mapping File /usr/bin/ntfscat (8) - print NTFS files and streams on the standard output /usr/bin/ntfscluster (8) - identify files in a specified region of an NTFS volume /usr/bin/ntfscmp (8) - compare two NTFS filesystems and tell the differences /usr/bin/ntfscp (8) - copy file to an NTFS volume /usr/bin/ntfsfix (8) - fix common errors and force Windows to check NTFS /usr/bin/ntfsinfo (8) - dump a file's attributes /usr/bin/ntfslabel (8) - display/change the label on an ntfs file system /usr/bin/ntfsls (8) - list directory contents on an NTFS filesystem /usr/bin/ntfsmount (8) - Read/Write userspace NTFS driver /usr/bin/ntfsreloc: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/ntfsresize (8) - resize an NTFS filesystem without data loss /usr/bin/ntlm_auth (1) - tool to allow external access to Winbind's NTLM authentication function /usr/bin/od (1) - dump files in octal and other formats /usr/bin/openvt (1) - start a program on a new virtual terminal (VT) /usr/bin/passwd (1) - update a user's authentication tokens(s) /usr/bin/paste: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/patch: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/pathchk: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/pbzip2: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/pdbedit (8) - manage the SAM database (Database of Samba Users) /usr/bin/perl (1) - Practical Extraction and Report Language /usr/bin/perl5: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/perl5.8.6: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/perlbug (1) - how to submit bug reports on Perl /usr/bin/pg (1) - browse pagewise through text files /usr/bin/pico: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/pinky: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/pkill: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/pr: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/printenv (1) - print all or part of environment /usr/bin/printf (1) - format and print data /usr/bin/profiles (1) - A utility to report and change SIDs in registry files /usr/bin/psfaddtable (1) - add a Unicode character table to a console font /usr/bin/psfgettable (1) - extract the embedded Unicode character table from a console font /usr/bin/psfstriptable (1) - remove the embedded Unicode character table from a console font /usr/bin/pt: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/ptx: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/python (1) - an interpreted, interactive, object-oriented programming language /usr/bin/raw (8) - bind a Linux raw character device /usr/bin/readlink: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/reged: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/relocntfs: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/rename (1) - Rename files /usr/bin/renice (1) - alter priority of running processes /usr/bin/reset: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/resizecons (8) - change kernel idea of the console size /usr/bin/rev (1) - reverse lines of a file rev (1) - reverse lines of a file or files /usr/bin/rkhunter (8) - Root Kit Hunter /usr/bin/rpcclient (1) - tool for executing client side MS-RPC functions /usr/bin/rpm (8) - RPM Package Manager /usr/bin/rpm2cpio (8) - Extract cpio archive from RPM Package Manager (RPM) package /usr/bin/rpm2cpio.pl: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/rpm2header: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/rpmbuild (8) - Build RPM Package(s) /usr/bin/rpmdb: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/rpme: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/rpmi: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/rpmquery: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/rpmsign: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/rpmu: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/rpmverify: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/rsync (1) - faster, flexible replacement for rcp /usr/bin/run-bonnie: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/saveunimap: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/scp (1) - secure copy (remote file copy program) /usr/bin/screen: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/screendump: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/script (1) - make typescript of terminal session /usr/bin/scriptreplay (1) - play back typescripts, using timing information /usr/bin/se: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/seq: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/setarch (8) - change reported architecture in new program environment and set personality flags /usr/bin/setfont: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/setkeycodes (8) - load kernel scancode-to-keycode mapping table entries /usr/bin/setleds (1) - set the keyboard leds /usr/bin/setmetamode (1) - define the keyboard meta key handling /usr/bin/setsid (1) - run a program in a new session /usr/bin/setterm (1) - set terminal attributes /usr/bin/setuidgid: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/setvesablank: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/sftp (1) - secure file transfer program /usr/bin/sha1sum: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/sha224sum: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/sha256sum: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/sha384sum: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/sha512sum: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/showcfont: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/showkey (1) - examine the scan codes and keycodes sent by the keyboard /usr/bin/shred (1) - delete a file securely, first overwriting it to hide its contents /usr/bin/shuf: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/sigtool (1) - signature and database management tool /usr/bin/smbcacls (1) - Set or get ACLs on an NT file or directory names /usr/bin/smbclient (1) - ftp-like client to access SMB/CIFS resources on servers smbclient [smbclient3] (1) - ftp-like client to access SMB/CIFS resources on servers /usr/bin/smbclient3: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/smbcontrol (1) - send messages to smbd, nmbd or winbindd processes /usr/bin/smbcquotas (1) - Set or get QUOTAs of NTFS 5 shares /usr/bin/smbget (1) - wget-like utility for download files over SMB smbget [smbget3] (1) - wget-like utility for download files over SMB /usr/bin/smbget3: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/smbmnt (8) - helper utility for mounting SMB filesystems smbmnt [smbmnt3] (8) - helper utility for mounting SMB filesystems /usr/bin/smbmnt3: nothing appropriate /usr/bin/smbmount (8) - 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