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FreeBSD 5.4 __syscall(2) indirect system call
FreeBSD 5.4 _exit(2) terminate the calling process
FreeBSD 5.4 accept(2) accept a connection on a socket
FreeBSD 5.4 access(2) check accessibility of a file
FreeBSD 5.4 acct(2) enable or disable process accounting
FreeBSD 5.4 adjtime(2) correct the time to allow synchronization of the system clock
FreeBSD 5.4 aio_cancel(2) cancel an outstanding asynchronous I/O operation (REALTIME)
FreeBSD 5.4 aio_error(2) retrieve error status of asynchronous I/O operation (REALTIME)
FreeBSD 5.4 aio_read(2) asynchronous read from a file (REALTIME)
FreeBSD 5.4 aio_return(2) retrieve return status of asynchronous I/O operation (REALTIME)
FreeBSD 5.4 aio_suspend(2) suspend until asynchronous I/O operations or timeout complete (REALTIME)
FreeBSD 5.4 aio_waitcomplete(2) wait for the next completion of an aio request
FreeBSD 5.4 aio_write(2) asynchronous write to a file (REALTIME)
FreeBSD 5.4 bind(2) assign a local protocol address to a socket
FreeBSD 5.4 brk(2) change data segment size
FreeBSD 5.4 chdir(2) change current working directory
FreeBSD 5.4 chflags(2) set file flags
FreeBSD 5.4 chmod(2) change mode of file
FreeBSD 5.4 chown(2) change owner and group of a file
FreeBSD 5.4 chroot(2) change root directory
FreeBSD 5.4 clock_getres(2) get/set/calibrate date and time
FreeBSD 5.4 clock_gettime(2) get/set/calibrate date and time
FreeBSD 5.4 clock_settime(2) get/set/calibrate date and time
FreeBSD 5.4 close(2) delete a descriptor
FreeBSD 5.4 connect(2) initiate a connection on a socket
FreeBSD 5.4 creat(2) create a new file
FreeBSD 5.4 dup(2) duplicate an existing file descriptor
FreeBSD 5.4 dup2(2) duplicate an existing file descriptor
FreeBSD 5.4 eaccess(2) check accessibility of a file
FreeBSD 5.4 errno(2) introduction to system calls and error numbers
FreeBSD 5.4 execve(2) execute a file
FreeBSD 5.4 extattr(2) system calls to manipulate VFS extended attributes
FreeBSD 5.4 extattr_delete_fd(2) system calls to manipulate VFS extended attributes
FreeBSD 5.4 extattr_delete_file(2) system calls to manipulate VFS extended attributes
FreeBSD 5.4 extattr_get_fd(2) system calls to manipulate VFS extended attributes
FreeBSD 5.4 extattr_get_file(2) system calls to manipulate VFS extended attributes
FreeBSD 5.4 extattr_set_fd(2) system calls to manipulate VFS extended attributes
FreeBSD 5.4 extattr_set_file(2) system calls to manipulate VFS extended attributes
FreeBSD 5.4 fchdir(2) change current working directory
FreeBSD 5.4 fchflags(2) set file flags
FreeBSD 5.4 fchmod(2) change mode of file
FreeBSD 5.4 fchown(2) change owner and group of a file
FreeBSD 5.4 fcntl(2) file control
FreeBSD 5.4 fhopen(2) access file via file handle
FreeBSD 5.4 fhstat(2) access file via file handle
FreeBSD 5.4 fhstatfs(2) access file via file handle
FreeBSD 5.4 flock(2) apply or remove an advisory lock on an open file
FreeBSD 5.4 fork(2) create a new process
FreeBSD 5.4 fpathconf(2) get configurable pathname variables
FreeBSD 5.4 fstat(2) get file status
FreeBSD 5.4 fstatfs(2) get file system statistics
FreeBSD 5.4 fsync(2) synchronise changes to a file
FreeBSD 5.4 ftruncate(2) truncate or extend a file to a specified length
FreeBSD 5.4 futimes(2) set file access and modification times
FreeBSD 5.4 getdents(2) get directory entries in a file system independent format
FreeBSD 5.4 getdirentries(2) get directory entries in a file system independent format
FreeBSD 5.4 getdtablesize(2) get descriptor table size
FreeBSD 5.4 getegid(2) get group process identification
FreeBSD 5.4 geteuid(2) get user identification
FreeBSD 5.4 getfh(2) get file handle
FreeBSD 5.4 getfsstat(2) get list of all mounted file systems
FreeBSD 5.4 getgid(2) get group process identification
FreeBSD 5.4 getgroups(2) get group access list
FreeBSD 5.4 getitimer(2) get/set value of interval timer
FreeBSD 5.4 getlogin(2) get/set login name
FreeBSD 5.4 getpeername(2) get name of connected peer
FreeBSD 5.4 getpgid(2) get process group
FreeBSD 5.4 getpgrp(2) get process group
FreeBSD 5.4 getpid(2) get parent or calling process identification
FreeBSD 5.4 getppid(2) get parent or calling process identification
FreeBSD 5.4 getpriority(2) get/set program scheduling priority
FreeBSD 5.4 getresgid(2) get or set real, effective and saved user or group ID
FreeBSD 5.4 getresuid(2) get or set real, effective and saved user or group ID
FreeBSD 5.4 getrlimit(2) control maximum system resource consumption
FreeBSD 5.4 getrusage(2) get information about resource utilization
FreeBSD 5.4 getsid(2) get process session
FreeBSD 5.4 getsockname(2) get socket name
FreeBSD 5.4 getsockopt(2) get and set options on sockets
FreeBSD 5.4 gettimeofday(2) get/set date and time
FreeBSD 5.4 getuid(2) get user identification
FreeBSD 5.4 i386_get_ioperm(2) manage per-process access to the i386 I/O port space
FreeBSD 5.4 i386_get_ldt(2) manage i386 per-process Local Descriptor Table entries
FreeBSD 5.4 i386_set_ioperm(2) manage per-process access to the i386 I/O port space
FreeBSD 5.4 i386_set_ldt(2) manage i386 per-process Local Descriptor Table entries
FreeBSD 5.4 i386_vm86(2) control vm86-related functions
FreeBSD 5.4 intro(2) introduction to system calls and error numbers
FreeBSD 5.4 ioctl(2) control device
FreeBSD 5.4 issetugid(2) is current process tainted by uid or gid changes
FreeBSD 5.4 jail(2) imprison current process and future descendants
FreeBSD 5.4 jail_attach(2) imprison current process and future descendants
FreeBSD 5.4 kenv(2) kernel environment
FreeBSD 5.4 kevent(2) kernel event notification mechanism
FreeBSD 5.4 kill(2) send signal to a process
FreeBSD 5.4 killpg(2) send signal to a process group
FreeBSD 5.4 kldfind(2) returns the fileid of a kld file
FreeBSD 5.4 kldfirstmod(2) return first module id from the kld file specified
FreeBSD 5.4 kldload(2) load KLD files into the kernel
FreeBSD 5.4 kldnext(2) return the fileid of the next kld file
FreeBSD 5.4 kldstat(2) get status of kld file
FreeBSD 5.4 kldsym(2) look up address by symbol name in a KLD
FreeBSD 5.4 kldunload(2) unload kld files
FreeBSD 5.4 kqueue(2) kernel event notification mechanism
FreeBSD 5.4 kse(2) kernel support for user threads
FreeBSD 5.4 kse_create(2) kernel support for user threads
FreeBSD 5.4 kse_exit(2) kernel support for user threads
FreeBSD 5.4 kse_release(2) kernel support for user threads
FreeBSD 5.4 kse_switchin(2) kernel support for user threads
FreeBSD 5.4 kse_thr_interrupt(2) kernel support for user threads
FreeBSD 5.4 kse_wakeup(2) kernel support for user threads
FreeBSD 5.4 ktrace(2) process tracing
FreeBSD 5.4 lchflags(2) set file flags
FreeBSD 5.4 lchmod(2) change mode of file
FreeBSD 5.4 lchown(2) change owner and group of a file
FreeBSD 5.4 lgetfh(2) get file handle
FreeBSD 5.4 link(2) make a hard file link
FreeBSD 5.4 lio_listio(2) list directed I/O (REALTIME)
FreeBSD 5.4 listen(2) listen for connections on a socket
FreeBSD 5.4 lseek(2) reposition read/write file offset
FreeBSD 5.4 lstat(2) get file status
FreeBSD 5.4 lutimes(2) set file access and modification times
FreeBSD 5.4 madvise(2) give advice about use of memory
FreeBSD 5.4 mincore(2) determine residency of memory pages
FreeBSD 5.4 minherit(2) control the inheritance of pages
FreeBSD 5.4 mkdir(2) make a directory file
FreeBSD 5.4 mkfifo(2) make a fifo file
FreeBSD 5.4 mknod(2) make a special file node
FreeBSD 5.4 mlock(2) lock (unlock) physical pages in memory
FreeBSD 5.4 mlockall(2) lock (unlock) the address space of a process
FreeBSD 5.4 mmap(2) allocate memory, or map files or devices into memory
FreeBSD 5.4 modfind(2) returns the modid of a kernel module
FreeBSD 5.4 modfnext(2) return the modid of the next kernel module
FreeBSD 5.4 modnext(2) return the modid of the next kernel module
FreeBSD 5.4 modstat(2) get status of kernel module
FreeBSD 5.4 mount(2) mount or dismount a file system
FreeBSD 5.4 mprotect(2) control the protection of pages
FreeBSD 5.4 msync(2) synchronize a mapped region
FreeBSD 5.4 munlock(2) lock (unlock) physical pages in memory
FreeBSD 5.4 munlockall(2) lock (unlock) the address space of a process
FreeBSD 5.4 munmap(2) remove a mapping
FreeBSD 5.4 nanosleep(2) suspend process execution for an interval measured in nanoseconds
FreeBSD 5.4 nfssvc(2) NFS services
FreeBSD 5.4 nmount(2) mount or dismount a file system
FreeBSD 5.4 ntp_adjtime(2) NTP daemon application interface
FreeBSD 5.4 ntp_gettime(2) NTP user application interface
FreeBSD 5.4 open(2) open or create a file for reading or writing
FreeBSD 5.4 pathconf(2) get configurable pathname variables
FreeBSD 5.4 pipe(2) create descriptor pair for interprocess communication
FreeBSD 5.4 poll(2) synchronous I/O multiplexing
FreeBSD 5.4 posix_madvise(2) give advice about use of memory
FreeBSD 5.4 pread(2) read input
FreeBSD 5.4 profil(2) control process profiling
FreeBSD 5.4 ptrace(2) process tracing and debugging
FreeBSD 5.4 pwrite(2) write output
FreeBSD 5.4 quotactl(2) manipulate file system quotas
FreeBSD 5.4 read(2) read input
FreeBSD 5.4 readlink(2) read value of a symbolic link
FreeBSD 5.4 readv(2) read input
FreeBSD 5.4 reboot(2) reboot system or halt processor
FreeBSD 5.4 recv(2) receive a message from a socket
FreeBSD 5.4 recvfrom(2) receive a message from a socket
FreeBSD 5.4 recvmsg(2) receive a message from a socket
FreeBSD 5.4 rename(2) change the name of a file
FreeBSD 5.4 revoke(2) revoke file access
FreeBSD 5.4 rfork(2) manipulate process resources
FreeBSD 5.4 rmdir(2) remove a directory file
FreeBSD 5.4 rtprio(2) examine or modify a process realtime or idle priority
FreeBSD 5.4 sbrk(2) change data segment size
FreeBSD 5.4 sched_get_priority_max(2) get scheduling parameter limits
FreeBSD 5.4 sched_get_priority_min(2) get scheduling parameter limits
FreeBSD 5.4 sched_getparam(2) set/get scheduling parameters
FreeBSD 5.4 sched_getscheduler(2) set/get scheduling policy and scheduler parameters
FreeBSD 5.4 sched_rr_get_interval(2) get scheduling parameter limits
FreeBSD 5.4 sched_setparam(2) set/get scheduling parameters
FreeBSD 5.4 sched_setscheduler(2) set/get scheduling policy and scheduler parameters
FreeBSD 5.4 sched_yield(2) yield processor
FreeBSD 5.4 select(2) synchronous I/O multiplexing
FreeBSD 5.4 semctl(2) control operations on a semaphore set
FreeBSD 5.4 semget(2) obtain a semaphore id
FreeBSD 5.4 semop(2) atomic array of operations on a semaphore set
FreeBSD 5.4 send(2) send a message from a socket
FreeBSD 5.4 sendfile(2) send a file to a socket
FreeBSD 5.4 sendmsg(2) send a message from a socket
FreeBSD 5.4 sendto(2) send a message from a socket
FreeBSD 5.4 setegid(2) set user and group ID
FreeBSD 5.4 seteuid(2) set user and group ID
FreeBSD 5.4 setgid(2) set user and group ID
FreeBSD 5.4 setgroups(2) set group access list
FreeBSD 5.4 setitimer(2) get/set value of interval timer
FreeBSD 5.4 setlogin(2) get/set login name
FreeBSD 5.4 setpgid(2) set process group
FreeBSD 5.4 setpgrp(2) set process group
FreeBSD 5.4 setpriority(2) get/set program scheduling priority
FreeBSD 5.4 setregid(2) set real and effective group ID
FreeBSD 5.4 setresgid(2) get or set real, effective and saved user or group ID
FreeBSD 5.4 setresuid(2) get or set real, effective and saved user or group ID
FreeBSD 5.4 setreuid(2) set real and effective user ID's
FreeBSD 5.4 setrlimit(2) control maximum system resource consumption
FreeBSD 5.4 setsid(2) create session and set process group ID
FreeBSD 5.4 setsockopt(2) get and set options on sockets
FreeBSD 5.4 settimeofday(2) get/set date and time
FreeBSD 5.4 setuid(2) set user and group ID
FreeBSD 5.4 shmat(2) attach or detach shared memory
FreeBSD 5.4 shmctl(2) shared memory control
FreeBSD 5.4 shmdt(2) attach or detach shared memory
FreeBSD 5.4 shmget(2) obtain a shared memory identifier
FreeBSD 5.4 shutdown(2) shut down part of a full-duplex connection
FreeBSD 5.4 sigaction(2) software signal facilities
FreeBSD 5.4 sigaltstack(2) set and/or get signal stack context
FreeBSD 5.4 sigblock(2) manipulate current signal mask
FreeBSD 5.4 sigmask(2) manipulate current signal mask
FreeBSD 5.4 sigpause(2) atomically release blocked signals and wait for interrupt
FreeBSD 5.4 sigpending(2) get pending signals
FreeBSD 5.4 sigprocmask(2) manipulate current signal mask
FreeBSD 5.4 sigreturn(2) return from signal
FreeBSD 5.4 sigsetmask(2) manipulate current signal mask
FreeBSD 5.4 sigstack(2) set and/or get signal stack context
FreeBSD 5.4 sigsuspend(2) atomically release blocked signals and wait for interrupt
FreeBSD 5.4 sigvec(2) software signal facilities
FreeBSD 5.4 sigwait(2) select a set of signals
FreeBSD 5.4 socket(2) create an endpoint for communication
FreeBSD 5.4 socketpair(2) create a pair of connected sockets
FreeBSD 5.4 stat(2) get file status
FreeBSD 5.4 statfs(2) get file system statistics
FreeBSD 5.4 swapoff(2) control devices for interleaved paging/swapping
FreeBSD 5.4 swapon(2) control devices for interleaved paging/swapping
FreeBSD 5.4 symlink(2) make symbolic link to a file
FreeBSD 5.4 sync(2) schedule file system updates
FreeBSD 5.4 sysarch(2) architecture-dependent system call
FreeBSD 5.4 syscall(2) indirect system call
FreeBSD 5.4 truncate(2) truncate or extend a file to a specified length
FreeBSD 5.4 umask(2) set file creation mode mask
FreeBSD 5.4 undelete(2) attempt to recover a deleted file
FreeBSD 5.4 unlink(2) remove directory entry
FreeBSD 5.4 unmount(2) mount or dismount a file system
FreeBSD 5.4 utimes(2) set file access and modification times
FreeBSD 5.4 utrace(2) insert user record in ktrace log
FreeBSD 5.4 uuidgen(2) generate universally unique identifiers
FreeBSD 5.4 vfork(2) spawn new process in a virtual memory efficient way
FreeBSD 5.4 wait(2) wait for process termination
FreeBSD 5.4 wait3(2) wait for process termination
FreeBSD 5.4 wait4(2) wait for process termination
FreeBSD 5.4 waitpid(2) wait for process termination
FreeBSD 5.4 write(2) write output
FreeBSD 5.4 writev(2) write output
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