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accept, aclocal and access commands

Started by sukishan, Aug 14, 2009, 07:47 PM

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accept [option] destination

System administration command. Instruct printing system to accept jobs for the specified print queue or queues. Depending on queue settings, the system may prompt for a password. Also invoked as cupsaccept.

Require encryption when connecting.

aclocal [options]

GNU autoconf tool. Place m4 macro definitions needed by autoconf into a single file. The aclocal command first scans for macro definitions in m4 files in its default directory (/usr/share/aclocal on some systems) and in the file acinclude.m4. It next scans for macros used in the file. It generates an aclocal.m4 file that contains definitions of all m4 macros required by autoconf.

Look for macro files in directory dir instead of the default directory.

Print help message, then exit.

-I dir
Additionally, search directory dir for m4 macro definitions.

Save output to file instead of aclocal.m4.

Print the name of the directory to be searched for m4 files, then exit.

Print names of files being processed.

access [mode] [filename]

Check whether a file is available for the action specified with the mode argument: r for read, w for write, x for execute. Used mostly in scripting, access works better than test because it uses a direct system call rather than looking at the file permissions, which can be misleading when a filesystem is mounted read-only.

Display help message, then quit.

Display version, then quit.

Print version number, then exit.
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i cant understand this command
for which game the code should be used

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