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Page 1 - Page 2 - aa_change_hat: change to or from a "hat" within a AppArmor... - aa_change_profile: change to another profile within an AppArmor profile... - abort2: abort process with diagnostics - accept: accept a connection on a socket - accept4: accept a connection on a socket - access: check real user's permissions for a file - acct: switch process accounting on or off - add_key: Add a key to the kernel's key management facility - adjtime: smoothly tune kernel clock - adjtimex: tune kernel clock - afs_syscall: unimplemented system calls - aio_cancel: cancel an outstanding asynchronous I/O operation (REALTIME) - aio_error: retrieve error status of asynchronous I/O operation (REALTIME) - aio_read: asynchronous read from a file (REALTIME) - aio_return: retrieve return status of asynchronous I/O operation (REALTIME) - aio_suspend: suspend until asynchronous I/O operations or timeout complete... - aio_waitcomplete: wait for the next completion of an aio request - aio_write: asynchronous write to a file (REALTIME) - alarm: set an alarm clock for delivery of a signal - alloc_hugepages: allocate or free huge pages - arch_prctl: set architecture-specific thread state - audit: commit BSM audit record to audit log - auditctl: configure system audit parameters - auditon: configure system audit parameters - bdflush: start, flush, or tune buffer-dirty-flush daemon - bind: bind a name to a socket - break: unimplemented system calls - brk: change data segment size - cacheflush: flush contents of instruction and/or data cache - capget: set/get capabilities of thread(s) - capset: set/get capabilities of thread(s) - chdir: change working directory - chflags: set file flags - chmod: change permissions of a file - chown: change ownership of a file - chown32: change ownership of a file - chroot: change root directory - clock_getres: clock and time functions - clock_gettime: clock and time functions - clock_nanosleep: high-resolution sleep with specifiable clock - clock_settime: clock and time functions - clone: create a child process - clone2: create a child process - close: close a file descriptor - closefrom: delete open file descriptors - connect: initiate a connection on a socket - cpuset: manage CPU affinity sets - cpuset_getaffinity: manage CPU affinity - cpuset_getid: manage CPU affinity sets - cpuset_setaffinity: manage CPU affinity - cpuset_setid: manage CPU affinity sets - creat: open and possibly create a file or device - dup: duplicate a file descriptor - dup2: duplicate a file descriptor - dup3: duplicate a file descriptor - eaccess: check accessibility of a file - epoll_create: open an epoll file descriptor - epoll_create1: open an epoll file descriptor - epoll_ctl: control interface for an epoll descriptor - epoll_pwait: wait for an I/O event on an epoll file descriptor - epoll_wait: wait for an I/O event on an epoll file descriptor - errno: introduction to system calls and error numbers - eventfd: create a file descriptor for event notification - eventfd2: create a file descriptor for event notification - execve: execute program - exit: terminate the calling process - exit_group: exit all threads in a process - extattr: system calls to manipulate VFS extended attributes - extattr_delete_fd: system calls to manipulate VFS extended attributes - extattr_delete_file: system calls to manipulate VFS extended attributes - extattr_delete_list: system calls to manipulate VFS extended attributes - extattr_get_fd: system calls to manipulate VFS extended attributes - extattr_get_file: system calls to manipulate VFS extended attributes - extattr_get_list: system calls to manipulate VFS extended attributes - extattr_list_fd: system calls to manipulate VFS extended attributes - extattr_list_file: system calls to manipulate VFS extended attributes - extattr_list_link: system calls to manipulate VFS extended attributes - extattr_set_fd: system calls to manipulate VFS extended attributes - extattr_set_file: system calls to manipulate VFS extended attributes - extattr_set_link: system calls to manipulate VFS extended attributes - faccessat: check user's permissions of a file relative to a directory file... - fadvise64: predeclare an access pattern for file data - fadvise64_64: predeclare an access pattern for file data - fallocate: manipulate file space - fchdir: change working directory - fchflags: set file flags - fchmod: change permissions of a file - fchmodat: change permissions of a file relative to a directory file... - fchown: change ownership of a file - fchown32: change ownership of a file - fchownat: change ownership of a file relative to a directory file... - fcntl: manipulate file descriptor - fcntl64: manipulate file descriptor - fdatasync: synchronize a file's in-core state with storage device - FD_CLR: synchronous I/O multiplexing - FD_ISSET: synchronous I/O multiplexing - FD_SET: synchronous I/O multiplexing - FD_ZERO: synchronous I/O multiplexing - fexecve: execute a file - ffado-debug: Run FFADO in debug mode - fgetxattr: retrieve an extended attribute value - fhopen: access file via file handle - fhstat: access file via file handle - fhstatfs: access file via file handle - flistxattr: list extended attribute names - flock: apply or remove an advisory lock on an open file - fork: create a child process - fpathconf: get configurable pathname variables - free_hugepages: allocate or free huge pages - fremovexattr: remove an extended attribute - fsetxattr: set an extended attribute value - fstat: get file status - fstat64: get file status - fstatat: get file status relative to a directory file descriptor - fstatat64: get file status relative to a directory file descriptor - fstatfs: get file system statistics - fstatfs64: get file system statistics - fsync: synchronize a file's in-core state with storage device - ftruncate: truncate a file to a specified length - ftruncate64: truncate a file to a specified length - futex: Fast Userspace Locking system call - futimes: set file access and modification times - futimesat: change timestamps of a file relative to a directory file... - getaudit: retrieve audit session state - getaudit_addr: retrieve audit session state - getauid: retrieve audit session ID - getcontext: get or set the user context - getcpu: determine CPU and NUMA node on which the calling thread is running - getdents: get directory entries - getdents64: get directory entries - getdirentries: get directory entries in a file system independent format - getdomainname: get/set domain name - getdtablesize: get descriptor table size - getegid: get group identity - getegid32: get group identity - geteuid: get user identity - geteuid32: get user identity - getfh: get file handle - getfsstat: get list of all mounted file systems - getgid: get group identity - getgid32: get group identity - getgroups: get/set list of supplementary group IDs - getgroups32: get/set list of supplementary group IDs - gethostname: get/set hostname - getitimer: get or set value of an interval timer - getlogin: get/set login name - getpagesize: get memory page size - getpeername: get name of connected peer socket - getpgid: set/get process group - getpgrp: set/get process group - getpid: get process identification - getpmsg: unimplemented system calls - getppid: get process identification - getpriority: get/set program scheduling priority - getresgid: get real, effective and saved user/group IDs - getresgid32: get real, effective and saved user/group IDs - getresuid: get real, effective and saved user/group IDs - getresuid32: get real, effective and saved user/group IDs - getrlimit: get/set resource limits - getrusage: get resource usage - getsid: get session ID - getsockname: get socket name - getsockopt: get and set options on sockets - gettid: get thread identification - gettimeofday: get / set time - getuid: get user identity - getuid32: get user identity - getxattr: retrieve an extended attribute value - get_mempolicy: Retrieve NUMA memory policy for a process - get_thread_area: Get a Thread Local Storage (TLS) area - gtty: unimplemented system calls - guichan: A set of libraries that provide fully extensible widgets for SDL,... - i386_get_ioperm: manage per-process access to the i386 I/O port space - i386_get_ldt: manage i386 per-process Local Descriptor Table entries - i386_set_ioperm: manage per-process access to the i386 I/O port space - i386_set_ldt: manage i386 per-process Local Descriptor Table entries - i386_vm86: control vm86-related functions - idle: make process 0 idle - inb: port I/O - inb_p: port I/O - inl: port I/O - inl_p: port I/O - inotify_add_watch: add a watch to an initialized inotify instance - inotify_init: initialize an inotify instance - inotify_init1: initialize an inotify instance - inotify_rm_watch: remove an existing watch from an inotify instance - insb: port I/O - insl: port I/O - insw: port I/O - intro: Introduction to system calls - inw: port I/O - inw_p: port I/O - ioctl: control device - ioctl_list: list of ioctl calls in Linux/i386 kernel - ioperm: set port input/output permissions - iopl: change I/O privilege level - ioprio_get: get/set I/O scheduling class and priority - ioprio_set: get/set I/O scheduling class and priority - io_cancel: cancel an outstanding asynchronous I/O operation - io_destroy: destroy an asynchronous I/O context - io_getevents: read asynchronous I/O events from the completion queue - io_queue_init: Initialize asynchronous io state machine - io_queue_release: Release the context associated with the userspace handle - io_queue_run: Handle completed io requests - io_queue_wait: Wait for io requests to complete - io_setup: create an asynchronous I/O context - io_submit: submit asynchronous I/O blocks for processing - ipc: System V IPC system calls - issetugid: is current process tainted by uid or gid changes - jail: create and manage system jails - jail_attach: create and manage system jails - jail_get: create and manage system jails - jail_remove: create and manage system jails - jail_set: create and manage system jails - kenv: kernel environment - kevent: kernel event notification mechanism - keyctl: Manipulate the kernel's key management facility - kill: send signal to a process - killpg: send signal to a process group - kldfind: returns the fileid of a kld file - kldfirstmod: return first module id from the kld file specified - kldload: load KLD files into the kernel - kldnext: return the fileid of the next kld file - kldstat: get status of kld file - kldsym: look up address by symbol name in a KLD - kldunload: unload kld files - kldunloadf: unload kld files - kqueue: kernel event notification mechanism - ktrace: process tracing - lchflags: set file flags - lchmod: change mode of file - lchown: change ownership of a file - lchown32: change ownership of a file - lgetfh: get file handle - lgetxattr: retrieve an extended attribute value - link: make a new name for a file - linkat: create a file link relative to directory file descriptors - lio_listio: list directed I/O (REALTIME) - listen: listen for connections on a socket - listxattr: list extended attribute names - llistxattr: list extended attribute names - llseek: reposition read/write file offset - lock: unimplemented system calls - lookup_dcookie: return a directory entry's path - lpathconf: get configurable pathname variables - lremovexattr: remove an extended attribute - lseek: reposition read/write file offset - lsetxattr: set an extended attribute value - lstat: get file status - lstat64: get file status - lutimes: set file access and modification times - madvise: give advice about use of memory - madvise1: unimplemented system calls - mbind: Set memory policy for a memory range - migrate_pages: move all pages in a process to another set of nodes - mincore: determine whether pages are resident in memory - minherit: control the inheritance of pages - mkdir: create a directory - mkdirat: create a directory relative to a directory file descriptor - mkfifo: make a fifo file - mkfifoat: make a fifo file - mknod: create a special or ordinary file - mknodat: create a special or ordinary file relative to a directory file... - mlock: lock and unlock memory - mlockall: lock and unlock memory - mmap: map or unmap files or devices into memory - mmap2: map files or devices into memory - modfind: returns the modid of a kernel module - modfnext: return the modid of the next kernel module - modify_ldt: get or set ldt - modnext: return the modid of the next kernel module - modstat: get status of kernel module - mount: mount file system - move_pages: move individual pages of a process to another node - mprotect: set protection on a region of memory - mpx: unimplemented system calls - mq_close: close a message queue (REALTIME) - mq_getattr: get message queue attributes (REALTIME) - mq_getsetattr: get/set message queue attributes - mq_notify: notify process that a message is available (REALTIME) - mq_open: open a message queue (REALTIME) - mq_receive: receive a message from message queue (REALTIME) - mq_send: send a message to message queue (REALTIME) - mq_setattr: set message queue attributes (REALTIME) - mq_timedreceive: receive a message from message queue (REALTIME) - mq_timedsend: send a message to message queue (REALTIME) - mremap: remap a virtual memory address - msgctl: message control operations - msgget: get a message queue identifier - msgop: message operations - msgrcv: message operations - msgsnd: message operations - msocket: create an endpoint for communication in a multi-stack environment - msync: synchronize a file with a memory map - munlock: lock and unlock memory - munlockall: lock and unlock memory - munmap: map or unmap files or devices into memory - nanosleep: high-resolution sleep - nfsservctl: syscall interface to kernel nfs daemon - nfssvc: NFS services - nice: change process priority - nmount: mount or dismount a file system - ntp_adjtime: Network Time Protocol (NTP) daemon interface system calls - ntp_gettime: Network Time Protocol (NTP) daemon interface system calls - oldfstat: get file status - oldlstat: get file status - oldolduname: get name and information about current kernel - oldstat: get file status - olduname: get name and information about current kernel - open: open and possibly create a file or device - openat: open a file relative to a directory file descriptor - outb: port I/O - outb_p: port I/O - outl: port I/O - outl_p: port I/O - outsb: port I/O - outsl: port I/O - outsw: port I/O - outw: port I/O - outw_p: port I/O - pathconf: get configurable pathname variables - pause: wait for signal - pciconfig_iobase: pci device information handling - pciconfig_read: pci device information handling - pciconfig_write: pci device information handling - people: fetch a structure containing all ttys, whose owner behaves like a... - personality: set the process execution domain - PGAGetBinaryInitProb: Returns the probability that an allele will be... - PGAGetIntegerInitType: returns the type of scheme used to randomly... - PGAGetMaxIntegerInitValue: returns the maximum of the range of integers... - PGAGetMaxRealInitValue: returns the maximum value used to randomly... - PGAGetMinIntegerInitValue: returns the minimum of the range of integers... - PGAGetMinRealInitValue: returns the minimum value used to randomly... - PGAGetRandomInitFlag: returns true/false to indicate whether or not alleles... - PGAGetRealInitType: returns the type of scheme used to randomly initialize... - PGASetBinaryInitProb: specify the probability of initializing an allele to... - PGASetCharacterInitType: sets a flag to specify whether the character... - PGASetIntegerInitPermute: sets a flag to tell the initialization routines... - PGASetIntegerInitRange: sets a flag to tell the initialization routines to... - PGASetRandomInitFlag: A boolean flag to indicate whether to randomly... - PGASetRealInitPercent: sets the upper and lower bounds for randomly... - PGASetRealInitRange: sets the upper and lower bounds for randomly... - pipe: create pipe - pipe2: create pipe - pivot_root: change the root file system - poll: wait for some event on a file descriptor - posix_fadvise: predeclare an access pattern for file data - posix_madvise: give advice about use of memory - posix_openpt: open a pseudo-terminal device - ppoll: wait for some event on a file descriptor - prctl: operations on a process - pread: read from or write to a file descriptor at a given offset - pread64: read from or write to a file descriptor at a given offset - preadv: read input - prof: unimplemented system calls - profil: control process profiling - pselect: synchronous I/O multiplexing - pselect6: synchronous I/O multiplexing - ptrace: process trace - putpmsg: unimplemented system calls - pwrite: read from or write to a file descriptor at a given offset - pwrite64: read from or write to a file descriptor at a given offset - pwritev: write output - quotactl: manipulate disk quotas - read: read from a file descriptor - readahead: perform file readahead into page cache - readdir: read directory entry - readlink: read value of a symbolic link - readlinkat: read value of a symbolic link relative to a directory file... - readv: read or write data into multiple buffers - reboot: reboot or enable/disable Ctrl-Alt-Del - recv: receive a message from a socket - recvfrom: receive a message from a socket - recvmsg: receive a message from a socket - remap_file_pages: create a nonlinear file mapping - removexattr: remove an extended attribute - rename: change the name or location of a file - renameat: rename a file relative to directory file descriptors - request_key: Request a key from the kernel's key management facility - revoke: revoke file access - rfork: manipulate process resources - rmdir: delete a directory - rtprio: examine or modify a process realtime or idle priority - rt_sigaction: examine and change a signal action - rt_sigpending: examine pending signals - rt_sigprocmask: examine and change blocked signals - rt_sigqueueinfo: queue a signal and data to a process - rt_sigreturn: return from signal handler and cleanup stack frame - rt_sigsuspend: wait for a signal - sbrk: change data segment size - sched_getaffinity: set and get a process's CPU affinity mask - sched_getparam: set and get scheduling parameters - sched_getscheduler: set and get scheduling policy/parameters - sched_get_priority_max: get static priority range - sched_get_priority_min: get static priority range - sched_rr_get_interval: get the SCHED_RR interval for the named process - sched_setaffinity: set and get a process's CPU affinity mask - sched_setparam: set and get scheduling parameters - sched_setscheduler: set and get scheduling policy/parameters - sched_yield: yield the processor - sctp_generic_recvmsg: receive data from a peer - sctp_generic_sendmsg: send data to a peer - sctp_peeloff: detach an association from a one-to-many socket to its own fd - security: unimplemented system calls - select: synchronous I/O multiplexing - select_tut: synchronous I/O multiplexing - semctl: semaphore control operations - semget: get a semaphore set identifier - semop: semaphore operations - semtimedop: semaphore operations - send: send a message on a socket - sendfile: transfer data between file descriptors - sendfile64: transfer data between file descriptors - sendmsg: send a message on a socket - sendto: send a message on a socket - setaudit: set audit session state - setaudit_addr: set audit session state - setauid: set audit session ID - setcontext: get or set the user context - setdomainname: get/set domain name - setegid: set effective user or group ID - seteuid: set effective user or group ID - setfib: set the default FIB (routing table) for the calling process - setfsgid: set group identity used for file system checks - setfsgid32: set group identity used for file system checks - setfsuid: set user identity used for file system checks - setfsuid32: set user identity used for file system checks - setgid: set group identity - setgid32: set group identity - setgroups: get/set list of supplementary group IDs - setgroups32: get/set list of supplementary group IDs - sethostname: get/set hostname - setitimer: get or set value of an interval timer - setlogin: get/set login name - setpgid: set/get process group - setpgrp: set/get process group - setpriority: get/set program scheduling priority - setregid: set real and/or effective user or group ID - setregid32: set real and/or effective user or group ID - setresgid: set real, effective and saved user or group ID - setresgid32: set real, effective and saved user or group ID - setresuid: set real, effective and saved user or group ID - setresuid32: set real, effective and saved user or group ID - setreuid: set real and/or effective user or group ID - setreuid32: set real and/or effective user or group ID - setrlimit: get/set resource limits - setsid: creates a session and sets the process group ID - setsockopt: get and set options on sockets - settimeofday: get / set time - setuid: set user identity - setuid32: set user identity - setup: setup devices and file systems, mount root file system - setxattr: set an extended attribute value - set_thread_area: Set a Thread Local Storage (TLS) area - set_tid_address: set pointer to thread ID - sgetmask: manipulation of signal mask (obsolete) - shmat: shared memory operations - shmctl: shared memory control - shmdt: shared memory operations - shmget: allocates a shared memory segment - shmop: shared memory operations - shm_open: shared memory object operations - shm_unlink: shared memory object operations - shutdown: shut down part of a full-duplex connection - sigaction: examine and change a signal action - sigaltstack: set and/or get signal stack context - sigblock: manipulate current signal mask - sighold: legacy interface for signal management - sigignore: legacy interface for signal management - sigmask: manipulate current signal mask - signal: ANSI C signal handling - signalfd: create a file descriptor for accepting signals - signalfd4: create a file descriptor for accepting signals - sigpause: legacy interface for signal management - sigpending: examine pending signals - sigprocmask: examine and change blocked signals - sigqueue: queue a signal and data to a process - sigrelse: legacy interface for signal management - sigreturn: return from signal handler and cleanup stack frame - sigset: legacy interface for signal management - sigsetmask: manipulate current signal mask - sigstack: set and/or get signal stack context - sigsuspend: wait for a signal - sigtimedwait: synchronously wait for queued signals - sigvec: software signal facilities - sigwait: select a set of signals - sigwaitinfo: synchronously wait for queued signals - socket: create an endpoint for communication - socketcall: socket system calls - socketpair: create a pair of connected sockets - splice: splice data to/from a pipe - spu_create: create a new spu context - spu_run: execute an SPU context - ssetmask: manipulation of signal mask (obsolete) - stat: get file status - stat64: get file status - statfs: get file system statistics - statfs64: get file system statistics - stime: set time - stty: unimplemented system calls Page 1 - Page 2
 
 
 

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