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It provides banner (as printerbanner), calendar, col, colcrt, colrm, column, from (as bsd-from), hexdump (or hd), look, lorder, ncal (or cal), ul, and write (as bsd-write).
This package used to contain whois and vacation, which are now distributed in their own packages. Also here was tsort, which is now in the "coreutils" package.
This is bsdmainutils, a collection of userland programs from the *BSD source distributions. All of the program except for calendar(1) and lorder(1) come from FreeBSD, while these two come from OpenBSD. The calendars themselves mostly come from FreeBSD though, but not all. These sources were originally pacakged by Austin Donnelly <email@example.com>, and were based heavily on bsdutils, which was more»
FROM(1) BSD General Commands Manual FROM(1) NAME from — print names of those who have sent mail SYNOPSIS from [-c] [-f file] [-s sender] [user] DESCRIPTION The from utility prints out the mail header lines from the invoker's mailbox. The following options are available: -c Just print a count of messages and exit. -f file more»
WRITE(1) BSD General Commands Manual WRITE(1) NAME write — send a message to another user SYNOPSIS write user [tty] DESCRIPTION The write utility allows you to communicate with other users, by copying lines from your terminal to theirs. When you run the write command, the user you are writing to gets a message of the form: Mess more»
.\" $OpenBSD: calendar.1,v 1.35 2011/09/13 13:23:33 jmc Exp $ .\" .\" Copyright (c) 1989, 1990, 1993 more»
COL(1) BSD General Commands Manual COL(1) NAME col — filter rever more»
COLCRT(1) BSD General Commands Manual COLCRT(1) NAME colcrt — filter nr more»
COLRM(1) BSD General Commands Manual COLRM(1) NAME colrm — remove col more»
COLUMN(1) BSD General Commands Manual COLUMN(1) NAME column — columnate more»