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SHA256_Init, SHA256_Update, SHA256_Pad, SHA256_Final, SHA256_Transform, SHA256_End, SHA256_File, SHA256_FileChunk, SHA256_Data (3)
calculate the NIST Secure Hash Standard (version 2)
accept (2)
accepts incoming connections on a socket
access (2)
determine accessibility of file
adjtime (2)
correct the time to allow synchronization of the system clock
bind (2)
binds an address to a socket
brk, sbrk (2)
change data segment size
chdir, fchdir (2)
change current working directory
chmod, fchmod (2)
change mode of file
chown, fchown (2)
change owner and group of a file
chroot (2)
change root directory
clock_settime, clock_gettime, clock_getres (2)
clock and timer functions
close (2)
delete a descriptor
connect (2)
connects a socket
creat (2)
create a new file
dup, dup2 (2)
duplicate a descriptor
execve (2)
execute a file
exit, _exit (2)
terminate a process
fcntl (2)
miscellaneous file descriptor control functions
fork (2)
create a new process
getgid, getegid (2)
get group identity
getitimer, setitimer (2)
get and set value of interval timer
getnucred (2)
obtain the credentials that correspond to the given endpoint.
getpeereid (2)
get the effective user ID and effective group ID of a peer connected through a Unix domain socket.
getpeername (2)
get the name/address of the connected peer.
getpid, getppid (2)
get process identification
getpriority, setpriority (2)
get and set scheduling priority
getrusage (2)
get information about resource utilization
getsockname (2)
get the current name/address of a socket.
getsockopt (2)
get the value of a socket option.
gettimeofday (2)
get date and time
getuid, geteuid (2)
get user identity
getvfsstat (2)
get list of all mounted file systems
httpd, in.httpd, dir2html (8)
a web server for Minix 2 and Minix 3
intro, errno (2)
introduction to system calls and error numbers
ioctl (2)
control device
kill (2)
send signal to a process
ldexp, ldexpf (3)
multiply floating-point number by integral power of 2
link (2)
make a hard link to a file
listen (2)
listens for incoming connections on a socket
lseek (2)
move read/write pointer
mkdir (2)
make a directory file
mknod, mkfifo (2)
make a special file
mount, umount (2)
mount or umount a file system
open (2)
open a file for reading or writing, or create a new file
pipe (2)
create descriptor pair for interprocess communication
ptrace (2)
process trace
re_format (7)
POSIX 1003.2 regular expressions
read, pread (2)
read input
readlink (2)
read the contents of a symlink
reboot (2)
reboot system or halt processor
recv (2)
receive a message through a socket
recvfrom (2)
receive a message through a socket
recvmsg (2)
receive a message through a socket
rename (2)
change the name of a file
rmdir (2)
remove a directory file
synchronous I/O multiplexing
send (2)
send a message through a socket
sendmsg (2)
send a message through a socket
sendto (2)
send a message through a socket
setsid, getpgrp (2)
create process group, get process group id
setsockopt (2)
set the value of a socket option.
setuid, seteuid, setgid, setegid (2)
set (effective) user or group ID's
shutdown (2)
shuts down a socket for reading, writing, or both
sigaction, signal (2)
manage signal state and handlers
sigpending (2)
report pending signals
sigprocmask (2)
manipulate the signal mask
sigsuspend (2)
suspend until signalled
socket (2)
creates a socket.
socketpair (2)
creates a pair of connected sockets.
statvfs, statvfs1, fstatvfs, fstatvfs1 (2)
get file system statistics
svrctl (2)
special server control functions
symlink (2)
make a symbolic link to a file
sync, fsync (2)
update dirty buffers and super-block
time, stime (2)
get/set date and time
truncate, ftruncate (2)
truncate a file to a specified length (may extend)
umask (2)
set file creation mode mask
uname (2)
get system info
unlink (2)
remove directory entry
utime (2)
set file times
wait, waitpid (2)
wait for process to terminate
write (2)
write output