tc - show / manipulate traffic control settings

TC(8) Linux TC(8)

NAME
tc - show / manipulate traffic control settings

SYNOPSIS
tc qdisc [ add | change | replace | link ] dev DEV [ parent qdisc-id |
root ] [ handle qdisc-id ] qdisc [ qdisc specific parameters ]

tc class [ add | change | replace ] dev DEV parent qdisc-id [ classid
class-id ] qdisc [ qdisc specific parameters ]

tc filter [ add | change | replace ] dev DEV [ parent qdisc-id | root ]
protocol protocol prio priority filtertype [ filtertype specific param‐

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tbl - format tables for troff

TBL(1) TBL(1)

NAME
tbl - format tables for troff

SYNOPSIS
tbl [-Cv] [files ...]

DESCRIPTION
This manual page describes the GNU version of tbl, which is part of the
groff document formatting system. tbl compiles descriptions of tables
embedded within troff input files into commands that are understood by
troff. Normally, it should be invoked using the -t option of groff.
It is highly compatible with Unix tbl.

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taskset - retrieve or set a process's CPU affinity

TASKSET(1) User Commands TASKSET(1)

NAME
taskset - retrieve or set a process's CPU affinity

SYNOPSIS
taskset [options] mask command [arg]...
taskset [options] -p [mask] pid

DESCRIPTION
taskset is used to set or retrieve the CPU affinity of a running
process given its PID or to launch a new COMMAND with a given CPU
affinity. CPU affinity is a scheduler property that "bonds" a process
to a given set of CPUs on the system.

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tar — The GNU version of the tar archiving utility

TAR(1) BSD General Commands Manual TAR(1)

NAME
tar — The GNU version of the tar archiving utility

SYNOPSIS
tar [-] A --catenate --concatenate | c --create | d --diff --compare |
--delete | r --append | t --list | --test-label | u --update | x
--extract --get [options] [pathname ...]

DESCRIPTION
Tar stores and extracts files from a tape or disk archive.

The first argument to tar should be a function; either one of the letters
Acdrtux, or one of the long function names.

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tap2rpm - create RPM packages which wrap .tap files

TAP2RPM(1) TAP2RPM(1)

NAME
tap2rpm - create RPM packages which wrap .tap files

SYNOPSIS
tap2rpm [options]

DESCRIPTION
Create a set of RPM/SRPM packages in the current directory

-t, --tapfile
Build the application around the given .tap (default twistd.tap)

-y, --type
The configuration has the given type . Allowable types are tap,
source, xml and python.

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tap2deb - create Debian packages which wrap .tap files

TAP2DEB(1) TAP2DEB(1)

NAME
tap2deb - create Debian packages which wrap .tap files

SYNOPSIS
tap2deb [options]

DESCRIPTION
Create a ready to upload Debian package in ".build"

-u, --unsigned
do not sign the Debian package

-t, --tapfile
Build the application around the given .tap (default twistd.tap)

-y, --type
The configuration has the given type . Allowable types are tap,
source, xml and python.

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tapconvert - convert Twisted configurations from one format to another

TAPCONVERT(1) TAPCONVERT(1)

NAME
tapconvert - convert Twisted configurations from one format to another

SYNOPSIS
tapconvert -i input -o output [-f input-type] [-t output-type] [-d]
[-e]

tapconvert --help

DESCRIPTION
The --help prints out a usage message to standard output.

--in, -i
The name of the input configuration.

--out, -o
The name of the output configuration.

--typein, -f
The type of the i

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tangle - translate WEB to Pascal

TANGLE(1) TANGLE(1)

NAME
tangle - translate WEB to Pascal

SYNOPSIS
tangle [ options ] webfile[.web] [ changefile[.ch] ]

DESCRIPTION
This manual page is not meant to be exhaustive. The complete documen‐
tation for this version of TeX can be found in the info file or manual
Web2C: A TeX implementation.

The tangle program converts a Web source document into a Pascal program
that may be compiled in the usual way with the on-line Pascal compiler
(e.g., pc(1)).

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tailf - follow the growth of a log file

TAILF(1) User Commands TAILF(1)

NAME
tailf - follow the growth of a log file

SYNOPSIS
tailf [OPTION] file

DESCRIPTION
tailf will print out the last 10 lines of a file and then wait for the
file to grow. It is similar to tail -f but does not access the file
when it is not growing.

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tail - output the last part of files

TAIL(1) User Commands TAIL(1)

NAME
tail - output the last part of files

SYNOPSIS
tail [OPTION]... [FILE]...

DESCRIPTION
Print the last 10 lines of each FILE to standard output. With more
than one FILE, precede each with a header giving the file name.

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