Am-utils, the 4.4BSD automounter
An automounter maintains a cache of mounted filesystems. Filesystems
are mounted on demand when they are first referenced, and unmounted
after a period of inactivity
This manual documents the use of the 4.4BSD automounter tool suite,
which includes Amd, Amq, Hlfsd, and other programs. This is primarily
a reference manual. While no tutorial exists, there are examples
The Network Time Protocol (NTP) is used to synchronize the time
of a computer client or server to another server or reference time source,
such as a radio or satellite receiver or modem. It provides client
accuracies typically within a millisecond on LANs and up to a few tens of
milliseconds on WANs.
The GNOME Panel is the heart of the GNOME user interface and acts as a repository for the Main Menu, user menus, application launchers, applets (applications which run entirely within the panel), drawers, and several special objects.
The GNU accounting utilities `ac', `accton', `last',
`lastcomm', and `sa' add login and process accounting
support to Debian GNU/Linux. `Login accounting' provides
summaries of system resource usage based
on connect time, and `process accounting' provides
summaries based on the commands executed on the system.
The GNU 'time' command runs another program,
then displays information about the resources used by that
program, collected by the system while the program was
running. You can select which information is reported
and the format in which it is shown, or have `time' save
the information in a file instead of display it on the
cracklib is a library containing a C function which may be used in
a passwd like program. The idea is simple: try to prevent users from
choosing passwords that could be guessed by crack by filtering them
out, at source. cracklib is NOT a replacement passwd program.
cracklib is a LIBRARY.