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4.2BSD accept(2) accept a connection on a socket
4.2BSD access(2) determine accessibility of file
4.2BSD acct(2) turn accounting on or off
4.2BSD bind(2) bind a name to a socket
4.2BSD brk(2) change data segment size
4.2BSD chdir(2) change current working directory
4.2BSD chmod(2) change mode of file
4.2BSD chown(2) change owner and group of a file
4.2BSD chroot(2) change root directory
4.2BSD close(2) delete a descriptor
4.2BSD connect(2) initiate a connection on a socket
4.2BSD creat(2) create a new file
4.2BSD dup(2) duplicate a descriptor
4.2BSD dup2(2) duplicate a descriptor
4.2BSD execve(2) execute a file
4.2BSD exit(2) terminate a process
4.2BSD fchmod(2) change mode of file
4.2BSD fchown(2) change owner and group of a file
4.2BSD fcntl(2) file control
4.2BSD flock(2) apply or remove an advisory lock on an open file
4.2BSD fork(2) create a new process
4.2BSD fstat(2) get file status
4.2BSD fsync(2) synchronize a file's in-core state with that on disk
4.2BSD ftruncate(2) truncate a file to a specified length
4.2BSD getdtablesize(2) get descriptor table size
4.2BSD getegid(2) get group identity
4.2BSD geteuid(2) get user identity
4.2BSD getgid(2) get group identity
4.2BSD getgroups(2) get group access list
4.2BSD gethostid(2) get/set unique identifier of current host
4.2BSD gethostname(2) get/set name of current host
4.2BSD getitimer(2) get/set value of interval timer
4.2BSD getpagesize(2) get system page size
4.2BSD getpeername(2) get name of connected peer
4.2BSD getpgrp(2) get process group
4.2BSD getpid(2) get process identification
4.2BSD getppid(2) get process identification
4.2BSD getpriority(2) get/set program scheduling priority
4.2BSD getrlimit(2) control maximum system resource consumption
4.2BSD getrusage(2) get information about resource utilization
4.2BSD getsockname(2) get socket name
4.2BSD getsockopt(2) get and set options on sockets
4.2BSD gettimeofday(2) get/set date and time
4.2BSD getuid(2) get user identity
4.2BSD intro(2) introduction to system calls and error numbers
4.2BSD ioctl(2) control device
4.2BSD kill(2) send signal to a process
4.2BSD killpg(2) send signal to a process group
4.2BSD link(2) make a hard link to a file
4.2BSD listen(2) listen for connections on a socket
4.2BSD lseek(2) move read/write pointer
4.2BSD lstat(2) get file status
4.2BSD mkdir(2) make a directory file
4.2BSD mknod(2) make a special file
4.2BSD mount(2) mount or remove file system
4.2BSD open(2) open a file for reading or writing, or create a new file
4.2BSD pipe(2) create an interprocess communication channel
4.2BSD profil(2) execution time profile
4.2BSD ptrace(2) process trace
4.2BSD quota(2) manipulate disk quotas
4.2BSD read(2) read input
4.2BSD readlink(2) read value of a symbolic link
4.2BSD readv(2) read input
4.2BSD reboot(2) reboot system or halt processor
4.2BSD recv(2) receive a message from a socket
4.2BSD recvfrom(2) receive a message from a socket
4.2BSD recvmsg(2) receive a message from a socket
4.2BSD rename(2) change the name of a file
4.2BSD rmdir(2) remove a directory file
4.2BSD sbrk(2) change data segment size
4.2BSD select(2) synchronous i/o multiplexing
4.2BSD send(2) send a message from a socket
4.2BSD sendmsg(2) send a message from a socket
4.2BSD sendto(2) send a message from a socket
4.2BSD setgroups(2) set group access list
4.2BSD sethostid(2) get/set unique identifier of current host
4.2BSD sethostname(2) get/set name of current host
4.2BSD setitimer(2) get/set value of interval timer
4.2BSD setpgrp(2) set process group
4.2BSD setpriority(2) get/set program scheduling priority
4.2BSD setquota(2) enable/disable quotas on a file system
4.2BSD setregid(2) set real and effective group ID
4.2BSD setreuid(2) set real and effective user ID's
4.2BSD setrlimit(2) control maximum system resource consumption
4.2BSD setsockopt(2) get and set options on sockets
4.2BSD settimeofday(2) get/set date and time
4.2BSD shutdown(2) shut down part of a full-duplex connection
4.2BSD sigblock(2) block signals
4.2BSD sigpause(2) atomically release blocked signals and wait for interrupt
4.2BSD sigsetmask(2) set current signal mask
4.2BSD sigstack(2) set and/or get signal stack context
4.2BSD sigvec(2) software signal facilities
4.2BSD socket(2) create an endpoint for communication
4.2BSD socketpair(2) create a pair of connected sockets
4.2BSD stat(2) get file status
4.2BSD swapon(2) add a swap device for interleaved paging/swapping
4.2BSD symlink(2) make symbolic link to a file
4.2BSD sync(2) update super-block
4.2BSD syscall(2) indirect system call
4.2BSD truncate(2) truncate a file to a specified length
4.2BSD umask(2) set file creation mode mask
4.2BSD umount(2) mount or remove file system
4.2BSD unlink(2) remove directory entry
4.2BSD utimes(2) set file times
4.2BSD vfork(2) spawn new process in a virtual memory efficient way
4.2BSD vhangup(2) virtually ``hangup'' the current control terminal
4.2BSD wait(2) wait for process to terminate
4.2BSD wait3(2) wait for process to terminate
4.2BSD write(2) write on a file
4.2BSD writev(2) write on a file
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