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intro(1) introduction to general commands (tools and utilities)
intro, errno(2) introduction to system calls and error numbers
intro(3) introduction to the C libraries
intro(4/alpha) introduction to special files and hardware support
intro(4/amd64) introduction to special files and hardware support
intro(4/arm64) introduction to special files and hardware support
intro(4/armv7) introduction to special files and hardware support
intro(4/hppa) introduction to special files and hardware support
intro(4/i386) introduction to special files and hardware support
intro(4/landisk) introduction to special files and hardware support
intro(4/loongson) introduction to special files and hardware support
intro(4/luna88k) introduction to special files and hardware support
intro(4/macppc) introduction to special files and hardware support
intro(4/sgi) introduction to special files and hardware support
intro(4/sparc64) introduction to special files and hardware support
intro(5) introduction to file formats
intro(6) introduction to the games
intro(7) miscellaneous information pages
intro(8) introduction to system maintenance and operation commands
intro(9) introduction to the kernel internals

INTRO(1) General Commands Manual INTRO(1)

introintroduction to general commands (tools and utilities)

The manual pages in section 1 contain most of the commands which comprise the BSD user environment. Some of the commands included in section 1 are text editors, command shell interpreters, searching and sorting tools, file manipulation commands, system status commands, remote file copy commands, mail commands, compilers and compiler tools, formatted output tools, and line printer commands.

All commands set a status value upon exit which may be tested to see if the command completed normally. The exit values and their meanings are explained in the individual manuals. Traditionally, the value 0 signifies successful completion of the command.

man(1), intro(2), intro(3), intro(4), intro(5), intro(6), intro(7), intro(8), intro(9)

An intro manual for section 1 first appeared in Version 6 AT&T UNIX.

September 30, 2018 OpenBSD-current