if_softc (void) A pointer to the driver's private state block.ifc_dev (device_t) The underlying device structure.ifc_ip (if_t) A link back to the interface structure

CHEF-APPLY(8) - The man page for the chef-apply command line tool. CHEF-CLIENT(8) - The man page for the chef-client command line tool. CHEF-SOLO(8) - The man page for the chef-solo command line tool. chilli(8) - A Software Access Controller for Captive Portal and WPA; ChironFS(8) - The Chiron Replication Filesystem version 1.1 OpenBSD manual pages OpenBSD manual page server. Manual Page Search Parameters man apropos This web interface is documented in the man.cgi(8) manual, and the apropos(1) manual ps(1) - Linux manual page If you discover any rendering problems in this HTML version of the page, or you believe there is a better or more up-to-date source for the page, or you have corrections or improvements to the information in this COLOPHON (which is not part of the original manual page), send a mail to man-pages@man7.org procps-ng 2020-06-04 PS(1) FreeBSD Man Pages: find -- walk a file hierarchy FreeBSD Man Pages: find -- walk a file hierarchy. IPnom Home • Manuals • FreeBSD FreeBSD Man Pages. Man Sections: Commands (1) System Calls (2) Library Functions (3) Device Drivers (4) File Formats (5) Miscellaneous (7) System Utilities (8) Keyword Live Search (10 results max):

The process of personally writing a man page makes man pages in general much less cryptic and hence, more useful. I'd strongly recommend also doing the following: # man mdoc I struggled with the synopsis for quite a while until I started to make sense of the syntax. Good luck. Do read that man page on how to create man pages, it's long but helpful.

FreeBSD Man Pages: date -- display or set date and time. IPnom Home • Manuals • FreeBSD FreeBSD Man Pages. Man Sections: Commands (1) System Calls (2) Library Functions (3) Device Drivers (4) File Formats (5) Miscellaneous (7) System Utilities (8) Keyword Live Search (10 results max): Type in part of a command in the search box. dig, dirname, dirs, dnskeygen, dnsquery, do, domainname dig(1) -- send domain name query packets to name servers : Dig (domain information groper) is a flexible command line tool which can be used to gather information from the Domain Name System servers. man page - Wikipedia

cp(1): copy files/directories - Linux man page

FreeBSD Man Pages Man Sections: Commands (1) System Calls (2) Library Functions (3) Device Drivers (4) File Formats (5) Miscellaneous (7) System Utilities (8) Keyword Live Search (10 results max):