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Sections 1, 6 and 8 are provided by the respective applications. This package only includes the intro man page describing the section.
The man pages describe syntaxes of several system files.
This is the Debian GNU/Linux prepackaged version of the Linux manual pages. These pages were originally maintained by Rik Faith and then taken over by Andries Brouwer <email@example.com>. This package was initially put together for Debian GNU/Linux by Martin Schulze <firstname.lastname@example.org> and updated by Nicol�s Lichtmaier <email@example.com>. This package contain the Linux man pages for all chapters except 1 more»
INTRO(1) Linux User's Manual INTRO(1) NAME intro - Introduction to user commands DESCRIPTION Section 1 of the manual describes user commands and tools, for example, file manipulation tools, shells, compilers, web browsers, file and image viewers and editors, and so on. All commands yield a status value on termination. This more»
INTRO(2) Linux Programmer's Manual INTRO(2) NAME intro - Introduction to system calls DESCRIPTION Section 2 of the manual describes the Linux system calls. A system call is an entry point into the Linux kernel. Usu‐ ally, system calls are not invoked directly: instead, most system calls have corresponding C library wrapper more»
INTRO(3) Linux Programmer's Manual INTRO(3) NAME intro - Introduc more»
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CPUID(4) Linux Programmer's Manual CPUID(4) NAME cpuid - x86 CPUI more»
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