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Problem Report manpage index

This is an experimental report containing a list of PRs by manpage. GNATS has no finer-grained categorization than 'kern', 'bin', 'ports', and so forth. To augment this, the bugmeisters have adopted the convention of adding '<name>(<section>)' to the Synopsis field. Consider this a prototype of a better search function.

Generated Fri Apr 18 07:36:00 2014 UTC by do_generate_pr_manpage_index.pl.

Please give feedback on this report to linimon@FreeBSD.org. Thanks.

PRs indexed by manpage:

PRs manpage reference
ac(8) ac(8) - connect time accounting
acpidump(8) acpidump(8) - dump ACPI tables and ASL
adduser(8) adduser(8) - command for adding new users
amd(8) amd(8) - automatically mount file systems
apm(8) apm(8) - control the APM BIOS and display its information
apmd(8) no description available
arp(8) arp(8) - address resolution display and control
atacontrol(8) no description available
atmconfig(8) atmconfig(8) - ATM configuration tool
auditd(8) auditd(8) - audit log management daemon
authpf(8) authpf(8), authpf-noip(8) - authenticating gateway user shell
awk(1) awk(1) - pattern-directed scanning and processing language
b64decode(1) no description available
b64encode(1) no description available
badsect(8) badsect(8) - create files to contain bad sectors
bc(1) bc(1) - arbitrary-precision arithmetic language and calculator
bdes(1) bdes(1) - encrypt / decrypt using the Data Encryption Standard (DES)
boot0cfg(8) boot0cfg(8) - boot manager installation/configuration utility
bootparamd(8) bootparamd(8) - boot parameter server
bootpd(8) bootpd(8), bootpgw(8) - Internet Boot Protocol server/gateway
bsdgrep(1) no description available
bsdiff(1) bsdiff(1) - generate a patch between two binary files
bsdinstall(8) bsdinstall(8) - system installer
bsdpatch(1) no description available
bsdtar(1) no description available
bsnmpd(1) bsnmpd(1) - simple and extensible SNMP daemon
bsnmpd(8) no description available
burncd(8) no description available
bzip2(1) bzip2(1), bunzip2(1) - a block-sorting file compressor, v1.0.6 bzcat - decompresses files to stdout bzip2recover - recovers data from damaged bzip2 files
calendar(1) calendar(1) - reminder service
camcontrol(8) camcontrol(8) - CAM control program
catman(1) catman(1) - preformat man pages
cdcontrol(1) cdcontrol(1) - compact disc control utility
chat(8) chat(8) - Automated conversational script with a modem
chio(1) chio(1) - medium changer control utility
chown(8) chown(8) - change file owner and group
chsh(1) no description available
clang(1) clang(1) - the Clang C, C++, and Objective-C compiler
col(1) col(1) - filter reverse line feeds from input
column(1) column(1) - columnate lists
comsat(8) comsat(8) - biff server
config(8) config(8) - build system configuration files
conscontrol(8) conscontrol(8) - control physical console devices
cp(1) cp(1) - copy files
cpio(1) cpio(1) - copy files to and from archives
cron(8) cron(8) - daemon to execute scheduled commands (Vixie Cron)
crontab(1) crontab(1) - maintain crontab files for individual users (V3)
crunchgen(1) crunchgen(1) - generates build environment for a crunched binary
csh(1) no description available
csplit(1) csplit(1) - split files based on context
csup(1) csup(1) - network distribution package for CVS repositories
ctags(1) ctags(1) - create a tags file
ctm(1) ctm(1) - source code mirror program
cu(1) cu(1) - call UNIX
cvs(1) cvs(1) - Concurrent Versions System
daemon(8) daemon(8) - run detached from the controlling terminal
date(1) date(1) - display or set date and time
dc(1) dc(1) - desk calculator
dd(1) dd(1) - convert and copy a file
ddb(4) ddb(4) - interactive kernel debugger
ddb(8) ddb(8) - configure DDB kernel debugger properties
devd(8) devd(8) - device state change daemon
df(1) df(1) - display free disk space
dhclient(8) dhclient(8) - Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) client
dhclient-script(8) dhclient-script(8) - DHCP client network configuration script
dialog(1) dialog(1) - display dialog boxes from shell scripts
dig(1) no description available
disklabel(8) no description available
dlopen(3) dlopen(3), fdlopen(3), dlsym(3), dlfunc(3), dlerror(3), dlclose(3) - programmatic interface to the dynamic linker
dmesg(8) dmesg(8) - display the system message buffer
dtrace(1) dtrace(1) - dynamic tracing compiler and tracing utility
du(1) du(1) - display disk usage statistics
dump(1) no description available
dump(8) dump(8), rdump(8) - file system backup
dumpfs(8) dumpfs(8) - dump UFS file system information
ed(1) ed(1), red(1) - text editor
ee(1) ee(1) - easy editor
enc(1) enc(1) - symmetric cipher routines
factor(6) factor(6), primes(6) - factor a number, generate primes
fdformat(1) fdformat(1) - format floppy disks
fdisk(8) fdisk(8) - PC slice table maintenance utility
fetch(1) fetch(1) - retrieve a file by Uniform Resource Locator
fgrep(1) no description available
file(1) file(1) - determine file type
find(1) find(1) - walk a file hierarchy
fingerd(8) fingerd(8) - remote user information server
flex(1) flex(1), lex(1) - fast lexical analyzer generator
fmt(1) fmt(1) - simple text formatter
freebsd-update(8) freebsd-update(8) - fetch and install binary updates to FreeBSD
from(1) from(1) - print names of those who have sent mail
fsck(8) fsck(8) - file system consistency check and interactive repair
fsck_ffs(8) fsck_ffs(8), fsck_ufs(8) - file system consistency check and interactive repair
fsck_msdosfs(8) fsck_msdosfs(8) - DOS/Windows (FAT) file system consistency checker
fsck_ufs(8) no description available
fsdb(8) fsdb(8) - FFS debugging/editing tool
fstab(5) fstab(5) - static information about the file systems
fstat(1) fstat(1) - identify active files
ftp(1) ftp(1) - Internet file transfer program
ftp-proxy(8) ftp-proxy(8) - Internet File Transfer Protocol proxy daemon
ftpchroot(5) ftpchroot(5) - list users and groups subject to FTP access restrictions
ftpd(8) ftpd(8) - Internet File Transfer Protocol server
gbde(8) gbde(8) - operation and management utility for Geom Based Disk Encryption
gdb(1) gdb(1) - The GNU Debugger
geli(8) geli(8) - control utility for the cryptographic GEOM class
getaddrinfo(1) no description available
getcap(1) no description available
getconf(1) getconf(1) - retrieve standard configuration variables
getextattr(8) getextattr(8), lsextattr(8), rmextattr(8), setextattr(8) - manipulate extended attributes
getfacl(1) getfacl(1) - get ACL information
getty(8) getty(8) - set terminal mode
ggatec(8) ggatec(8) - GEOM Gate network client and control utility
ggated(8) ggated(8) - GEOM Gate network daemon
gmultipath(8) gmultipath(8) - disk multipath control utility
gpart(8) gpart(8) - control utility for the disk partitioning GEOM class
grdc(1) no description available
grdc(6) grdc(6) - grand digital clock (curses)
grep(1) grep(1), egrep(1), fgrep(1), zgrep(1), zegrep(1), zfgrep(1) - file pattern searcher
growfs(8) growfs(8) - expand an existing UFS file system
gvinum(8) gvinum(8) - Logical Volume Manager control program
gzip(1) gzip(1) - compression/decompression tool using Lempel-Ziv coding (LZ77)
hexdump(1) hexdump(1), hd(1) - ASCII, decimal, hexadecimal, octal dump
host(1) host(1) - DNS lookup utility
hostapd(8) hostapd(8) - authenticator for IEEE 802.11 networks
ifconfig(8) ifconfig(8) - configure network interface parameters
ifmcstat(8) ifmcstat(8) - dump multicast group management statistics per interface
indent(1) indent(1) - indent and format C program source
inetd(8) inetd(8) - internet super-server
info(1) info(1) - read Info documents
init(8) init(8) - process control initialization
install(1) install(1) - install binaries
iostat(8) iostat(8) - report I/O statistics
ipfw(8) ipfw(8) - User interface for firewall, traffic shaper, packet scheduler, in-kernel NAT
ipmon(8) ipmon(8) - monitors /dev/ipl for logged packets
iscontrol(8) iscontrol(8) - login/negotiator/control for an iSCSI initiator session
jail(8) jail(8) - manage system jails
join(1) join(1) - relational database operator
kbdcontrol(1) kbdcontrol(1) - keyboard control and configuration utility
kdc(8) kdc(8) - Kerberos 5 server
kgdb(1) kgdb(1) - kernel debugger
kiconv_cs_preload(8) no description available
kill(1) kill(1) - terminate or signal a process
killall(1) killall(1) - kill processes by name
kinit(1) kinit(1) - acquire initial tickets
kldxref(8) kldxref(8) - generate hints for the kernel loader
kpasswd(1) kpasswd(1) - Kerberos 5 password changing program
krb5-config(1) krb5-config(1) - give information on how to link code against Heimdal libraries
ktrace(1) ktrace(1) - enable kernel process tracing
lam(1) lam(1) - laminate files
last(1) last(1) - indicate last logins of users and ttys
lastlogin(1) no description available
ldd(1) ldd(1) - list dynamic object dependencies
loader(8) loader(8) - kernel bootstrapping final stage
locate(1) locate(1) - find filenames quickly
locate.updatedb(8) locate.updatedb(8) - update locate database
lockf(1) lockf(1) - execute a command while holding a file lock
logger(1) logger(1) - make entries in the system log
login(1) login(1) - log into the computer
login.access(5) login.access(5) - login access control table
lorder(1) lorder(1) - list dependencies for object files
lp(1) lp(1) - front-end to the print spooler
lpc(8) lpc(8) - line printer control program
lpd(8) lpd(8) - line printer spooler daemon
lpr(1) lpr(1) - off line print
lprm(1) lprm(1) - remove jobs from the line printer spooling queue
lptcontrol(8) lptcontrol(8) - a utility for manipulating the lpt printer driver
ls(1) ls(1) - list directory contents
m4(1) m4(1) - macro language processor
mail(1) mail(1), Mail(1), mailx(1) - send and receive mail
mailwrapper(8) mailwrapper(8) - invoke appropriate MTA software based on configuration file
mailx(1) no description available
make(1) make(1) - maintain program dependencies
makefs(8) makefs(8) - create a file system image from a directory tree or a mtree manifest
man(1) man(1) - display online manual documentation pages
manctl(8) manctl(8) - manipulating manual pages
md5(1) md5(1), sha1(1), sha256(1), sha512(1), rmd160(1) - calculate a message-digest fingerprint (checksum) for a file
mdconfig(8) mdconfig(8) - configure and enable memory disks
mdmfs(8) mdmfs(8), mount_mfs(8) - configure and mount an in-memory file system using the md(4) driver
mergemaster(8) mergemaster(8) - merge configuration files, et al during an upgrade
mfiutil(8) mfiutil(8) - Utility for managing LSI MegaRAID SAS controllers
mixer(8) mixer(8) - set/display soundcard mixer values
mlxcontrol(8) mlxcontrol(8) - Mylex DAC-family RAID management utility
more(1) no description available
morse(6) morse(6) - reformat input as morse code
mount(8) mount(8) - mount file systems
mount_msdosfs(8) mount_msdosfs(8) - mount an MS-DOS file system
mount_nfs(8) mount_nfs(8) - mount NFS file systems
mount_ntfs(8) no description available
mount_nullfs(8) mount_nullfs(8) - mount a loopback file system sub-tree; demonstrate the use of a null file system layer
mount_smbfs(8) mount_smbfs(8) - mount a shared resource from an SMB file server
mountd(8) mountd(8) - service remote NFS mount requests
moused(8) moused(8) - pass mouse data to the console driver
mptable(1) mptable(1) - display MP configuration table
mptutil(8) mptutil(8) - Utility for managing LSI Fusion-MPT controllers
mt(1) mt(1) - magnetic tape manipulating program
mt(8) no description available
mtree(1) no description available
mtree(8) mtree(8) - map a directory hierarchy
mv(1) mv(1) - move files
natd(8) natd(8) - Network Address Translation daemon
nc(1) nc(1) - arbitrary TCP and UDP connections and listens
ncal(1) no description available
ndiscvt(8) ndiscvt(8) - convert Windows[rg] NDIS drivers for use with FreeBSD
ndp(8) ndp(8) - control/diagnose IPv6 neighbor discovery protocol
netstat(1) netstat(1) - show network status
newfs(8) newfs(8) - construct a new UFS1/UFS2 file system
newfs_msdos(8) newfs_msdos(8) - construct a new MS-DOS (FAT) file system
newsyslog(8) newsyslog(8) - maintain system log files to manageable sizes
nfsstat(1) nfsstat(1) - display NFS statistics
ngctl(8) ngctl(8) - netgraph control utility
nice(1) nice(1) - execute a utility at an altered scheduling priority
nm(1) nm(1) - list symbols from object files
nos-tun(8) nos-tun(8) - implement ``nos'' or ``ka9q'' style IP over IP tunnel
nscd(8) nscd(8) - name service caching daemon
nsupdate(1) no description available
ntpd(1) no description available
ntpd(8) ntpd(8) - Network Time Protocol (NTP) daemon
ntpq(8) ntpq(8) - standard NTP query program
nvi(1) no description available
od(1) od(1) - octal, decimal, hex, ASCII dump
openssl(1) openssl(1) - OpenSSL command line tool
opiepasswd(1) opiepasswd(1) - Change or set a user's password for the OPIE authentication system
pam(3) pam(3), -(3) - Pluggable Authentication Modules Library
pam_exec(8) pam_exec(8) - Exec PAM module
pam_krb5(8) pam_krb5(8) - Kerberos 5 PAM module
pam_nologin(8) pam_nologin(8) - NoLogin PAM module
pam_radius(8) pam_radius(8) - RADIUS authentication PAM module
pam_ssh(8) pam_ssh(8) - authentication and session management with SSH private keys
pam_unix(8) pam_unix(8) - UNIX PAM module
passwd(1) passwd(1), yppasswd(1) - modify a user's password
patch(1) patch(1) - apply a diff file to an original
pathchk(1) pathchk(1) - check pathnames
pax(1) pax(1) - read and write file archives and copy directory hierarchies
periodic(8) periodic(8) - run periodic system functions
pfctl(8) pfctl(8) - control the packet filter (PF) device
pgrep(1) pgrep(1), pkill(1) - find or signal processes by name
ping(1) no description available
ping(8) ping(8) - send ICMP ECHO_REQUEST packets to network hosts
ping6(8) ping6(8) - send ICMPv6 ECHO_REQUEST packets to network hosts
pkg_add(1) no description available
pkg_create(1) no description available
pkg_delete(1) no description available
pkg_info(1) no description available
pkg_install(8) no description available
pkg_version(1) no description available
pkill(1) no description available
pmcannotate(8) pmcannotate(8) - sources printout with inlined profiling
pmcstat(8) pmcstat(8) - performance measurement with performance monitoring hardware
ports(7) ports(7) - contributed applications
portsnap(8) portsnap(8) - fetch and extract compressed snapshots of the ports tree
powerd(8) powerd(8) - system power control utility
ppp(8) ppp(8) - Point to Point Protocol (a.k.a. user-ppp)
pppd(8) no description available
pppoed(8) pppoed(8) - handle incoming PPP over Ethernet connections
primes(1) no description available
printf(1) printf(1) - formatted output
progress(1) no description available
ps(1) ps(1) - process status
pw(1) no description available
pw(8) pw(8) - create, remove, modify & display system users and groups
pwd(1) pwd(1) - return working directory name
pwd_mkdb(8) pwd_mkdb(8) - generate the password databases
qsort(3) qsort(3), qsort_b(3), qsort_r(3), heapsort(3), heapsort_b(3), mergesort(3), mergesort_b(3) - sort functions
quot(8) quot(8) - display disk space occupied by each user
rcmd(3) rcmd(3), rresvport(3), iruserok(3), ruserok(3), rcmd_af(3), rresvport_af(3), iruserok_sa(3) - routines for returning a stream to a remote command
rcorder(8) rcorder(8) - print a dependency ordering of interdependent files
reboot(8) reboot(8), halt(8), fastboot(8), fasthalt(8) - stopping and restarting the system
regex(3) no description available
repeat(1) no description available
repquota(8) repquota(8) - summarize quotas for a file system
reset(1) no description available
restore(8) restore(8), rrestore(8) - restore files or file systems from backups made with dump
rexecd(8) no description available
rfcomm_sppd(1) rfcomm_sppd(1) - RFCOMM Serial Port Profile daemon
rm(1) rm(1), unlink(1) - remove directory entries
rmt(8) rmt(8) - remote magtape protocol module
rmuser(8) rmuser(8) - remove users from the system
route(8) route(8) - manually manipulate the routing tables
routed(8) routed(8), rdisc(8) - network RIP and router discovery routing daemon
rpc.lockd(8) rpc.lockd(8) - NFS file locking daemon
rpc.rquotad(8) rpc.rquotad(8) - remote quota server
rpc.yppasswdd(8) rpc.yppasswdd(8) - server for updating NIS passwords
rpcbind(8) rpcbind(8) - universal addresses to RPC program number mapper
rsh(1) rsh(1) - remote shell
rshd(8) rshd(8) - remote shell server
rtadvd(8) rtadvd(8) - router advertisement daemon
rtld(1) no description available
rtsol(8) no description available
rup(1) rup(1) - remote status display
rusers(1) rusers(1) - who is logged in to machines on local network
sade(8) sade(8) - sysadmins disk editor
script(1) script(1) - make typescript of terminal session
sed(1) sed(1) - stream editor
sendmail(8) sendmail(8) - an electronic mail transport agent
service(8) service(8) - control (start/stop/etc.) or list system services
setfib(1) setfib(1) - execute a utility with an altered default network view
setkey(8) setkey(8) - manually manipulate the IPsec SA/SP database
sfxge(4) sfxge(4) - Solarflare 10Gb Ethernet adapter driver
sh(1) sh(1) - command interpreter (shell)
sha1(1) no description available
sha256(1) no description available
shutdown(8) shutdown(8), poweroff(8) - close down the system at a given time
slapd(8) no description available
sleep(1) sleep(1) - suspend execution for an interval of time
smbutil(1) smbutil(1) - interface to the SMB requester
sockstat(1) sockstat(1) - list open sockets
sort(1) sort(1) - sort or merge records (lines) of text and binary files
split(1) split(1) - split a file into pieces
src.conf(5) src.conf(5) - source build options
ssh(1) ssh(1) - OpenSSH SSH client (remote login program)
sshd(1) no description available
sshd(8) sshd(8) - OpenSSH SSH daemon
strings(1) strings(1) - print the strings of printable characters in files
stty(1) stty(1) - set the options for a terminal device interface
su(1) su(1) - substitute user identity
sysctl(8) sysctl(8) - get or set kernel state
sysinstall(8) no description available
syslog(8) no description available
syslogd(8) syslogd(8) - log systems messages
sysrc(8) sysrc(8) - safely edit system rc files
systat(1) systat(1) - display system statistics
systat(8) no description available
tail(1) tail(1) - display the last part of a file
talk(1) talk(1) - talk to another user
tar(1) tar(1) - manipulate tape archives
tcopy(1) tcopy(1) - copy and/or verify mag tapes
tcpd(8) tcpd(8) - access control facility for internet services
tcpdrop(8) tcpdrop(8) - drop TCP connections
tcpdump(1) tcpdump(1) - dump traffic on a network
tcsh(1) tcsh(1) - C shell with file name completion and command line editing
tee(1) tee(1) - duplicate standard input
telnet(1) telnet(1) - user interface to the TELNET protocol
telnetd(8) telnetd(8) - DARPA TELNET protocol server
tftp(1) tftp(1) - trivial file transfer program
tftpd(8) tftpd(8) - Internet Trivial File Transfer Protocol server
time(1) time(1) - time command execution
timed(8) timed(8) - time server daemon
tip(1) tip(1) - connect to a remote system
top(1) top(1) - display and update information about the top cpu processes
traceroute(8) traceroute(8) - print the route packets take to network host
trpt(8) trpt(8) - transliterate protocol trace
truss(1) truss(1) - trace system calls
tunefs(8) tunefs(8) - tune up an existing UFS file system
umount(8) umount(8) - unmount file systems
uncompress(1) no description available
unzip(1) unzip(1) - extract files from a ZIP archive
uptime(1) uptime(1) - show how long system has been running
uudecode(1) no description available
vi(1) no description available
vidcontrol(1) vidcontrol(1) - system console control and configuration utility
vipw(8) vipw(8) - edit the password file
vis(1) vis(1) - display non-printable characters in a visual format
vmstat(8) vmstat(8) - report virtual memory statistics
w(1) w(1) - display who is logged in and what they are doing
wake(8) wake(8) - send Wake on LAN frames to hosts on a local Ethernet network
wall(1) wall(1) - write a message to users
watch(8) watch(8) - snoop on another tty line
watchdogd(8) watchdogd(8) - watchdog daemon
whatis(8) no description available
whereis(1) whereis(1) - locate programs
who(1) who(1) - display who is on the system
whois(1) whois(1) - Internet domain name and network number directory service
wpa_cli(8) wpa_cli(8) - text-based frontend program for interacting with wpa_supplicant
wpa_supplicant(8) wpa_supplicant(8) - WPA/802.11i Supplicant for wireless network devices
yacc(1) no description available
yp_mkdb(8) yp_mkdb(8) - generate the NIS databases
ypbind(8) ypbind(8) - NIS domain binding daemon
yppasswd(1) no description available
ypserv(8) ypserv(8) - NIS database server
zfs(1) no description available
zfs(8) zfs(8) - configures ZFS file systems
zpool(1) no description available
zpool(8) zpool(8) - configures ZFS storage pools

Total number of manpage entries: 371


Bugs can be in one of several states:

o - open
A problem report has been submitted, no sanity checking performed.
a - analyzed
The problem is understood and a solution is being sought.
f - feedback
Further work requires additional information from the originator or the community - possibly confirmation of the effectiveness of a proposed solution.
p - patched
A patch has been committed, but some issues (MFC and / or confirmation from originator) are still open.
r - repocopy
The resolution of the problem report is dependent on a repocopy operation within the CVS repository which is awaiting completion.
s - suspended
The problem is not being worked on, due to lack of information or resources. This is a prime candidate for somebody who is looking for a project to do. If the problem cannot be solved at all, it will be closed, rather than suspended.
c - closed
A problem report is closed when any changes have been integrated, documented, and tested -- or when fixing the problem is abandoned.