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  • Jak użyć inetd Co to jest TCP/IP command. The Internet services daemon . See xinetd definicja
  • Jak użyć init Co to jest System administration command. Initialize system. Usually run from the boot loader—e.g., lilo or grub definicja
  • Jak użyć ipcrm Co to jest message queues, shared memory segments, or semaphore arrays. These may be specified either by numeric identifier or by key, using the following options definicja
  • Jak użyć iconv Co to jest Convert the contents of one or more files from one character encoding to another and write the results to standard output definicja
  • Jak użyć id Co to jest Display information about yourself or another user: user ID, group ID, effective user ID and group ID if relevant, and additional group IDs definicja
  • Jak użyć ifconfig Co to jest configure network interface parameters. ifconfig is typically used at boot time to define the network address of each interface on a machine. It may be used at a later time to definicja
  • Jak użyć imapd Co to jest daemon . imapd is invoked by xinetd and listens on port 143 for requests from IMAP clients. IMAP allows mail programs to access remote mailboxes as if they were local. IMAP is a definicja
  • Jak użyć info Co to jest from Texinfo input. Info files are arranged in a hierarchy and can contain menus for subtopics. When entered without options, the command displays the top-level info file (usually definicja
  • Jak użyć insmod Co to jest kernel. Simpler but less flexible than the modprobe command. Error messages from insmod may be vague, because the kernel performs module operations internally and therefore sends definicja
  • Jak użyć install Co to jest files. install copies files into user-specified directories. Similar to cp , but attempts to set permission modes, owner, and group. The source may be a file or directory, or a definicja
  • Jak użyć ipcs Co to jest communication (IPC) message queues, shared memory segments, and semaphore arrays for which the current process has read access. Options can be used to specify the type of definicja
  • Jak użyć iptables Co to jest for kernels 2.4 and later. Rules for iptables consist of some matching criteria and a target, a result to be applied if the packet matches the criteria. The rules are organized definicja
  • Jak użyć iptables-restore Co to jest information provided on standard input. iptables-restore takes commands generated by iptables-save and uses them to restore the firewall rules for each chain. This is often used definicja
  • Jak użyć iptables-save Co to jest stored in the kernel to stdout. Output may be redirected to a file that can later be used by iptables-restore to restore the firewall definicja
  • Jak użyć isodump Co to jest Used to verify the integrity of the directory inside the image. isodump displays the first portion of the root directory and waits for commands. The prompt shows the extent number definicja
  • Jak użyć isoinfo Co to jest the contents of an image, extract a file, or generate a find -like file list. The -i option is required to specify the image to examine definicja
  • Jak użyć isosize Co to jest specified file. The image file can be a normal file or a block device such as /dev/sr0 . With no options, the length is displayed in bytes. Only one of the two options can be definicja
  • Jak użyć isovfy Co to jest Verify the integrity of the specified ISO9660 image and write the results to standard output definicja
  • Jak użyć ispell Co to jest dictionary. Display unrecognized words at the top of the screen, accompanied by possible correct spellings, and allow editing via a series of commands definicja

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