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SYSTEMD.INDEX(7)                systemd.index               SYSTEMD.INDEX(7)

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       systemd.index - List all manpages from the systemd project

3         top

       30-systemd-environment-d-generator(8) — Load variables specified by

B         top

       binfmt.d(5) — Configure additional binary formats for executables at
       boot
       bootctl(1) — Control the firmware and boot manager settings
       bootup(7) — System bootup process
       busctl(1) — Introspect the bus

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       coredump.conf(5) — Core dump storage configuration files
       coredump.conf.d(5) — Core dump storage configuration files
       coredumpctl(1) — Retrieve and process saved core dumps and metadata

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       daemon(7) — Writing and packaging system daemons
       dnssec-trust-anchors.d(5) — DNSSEC trust anchor configuration files

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       environment.d(5) — Definition of user session environment

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       file-hierarchy(7) — File system hierarchy overview

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       halt(8) — Halt, power-off or reboot the machine
       hostname(5) — Local hostname configuration file
       hostnamectl(1) — Control the system hostname
       hwdb(7) — Hardware Database

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       init(1) — systemd system and service manager

J         top

       journalctl(1) — Query the systemd journal
       journald.conf(5) — Journal service configuration files
       journald.conf.d(5) — Journal service configuration files

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       kernel-command-line(7) — Kernel command line parameters
       kernel-install(8) — Add and remove kernel and initramfs images to and
       from /boot

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       libnss_myhostname.so.2(8) — Provide hostname resolution for the
       locally configured system hostname.
       libnss_mymachines.so.2(8) — Provide hostname resolution for local
       container instances.
       libnss_resolve.so.2(8) — Provide hostname resolution via
       libnss_systemd.so.2(8) — Provide UNIX user and group name resolution
       for dynamic users and groups.
       libudev(3) — API for enumerating and introspecting local devices
       locale.conf(5) — Configuration file for locale settings
       localectl(1) — Control the system locale and keyboard layout settings
       localtime(5) — Local timezone configuration file
       loginctl(1) — Control the systemd login manager
       logind.conf(5) — Login manager configuration files
       logind.conf.d(5) — Login manager configuration files

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       machine-id(5) — Local machine ID configuration file
       machine-info(5) — Local machine information file
       machinectl(1) — Control the systemd machine manager
       modules-load.d(5) — Configure kernel modules to load at boot

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       networkctl(1) — Query the status of network links
       networkd.conf(5) — Global Network configuration files
       networkd.conf.d(5) — Global Network configuration files
       nss-myhostname(8) — Provide hostname resolution for the locally
       configured system hostname.
       nss-mymachines(8) — Provide hostname resolution for local container
       instances.
       nss-resolve(8) — Provide hostname resolution via
       nss-systemd(8) — Provide UNIX user and group name resolution for
       dynamic users and groups.

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       os-release(5) — Operating system identification

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       pam_systemd(8) — Register user sessions in the systemd login manager
       poweroff(8) — Halt, power-off or reboot the machine

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       reboot(8) — Halt, power-off or reboot the machine
       resolved.conf(5) — Network Name Resolution configuration files
       resolved.conf.d(5) — Network Name Resolution configuration files
       runlevel(8) — Print previous and current SysV runlevel

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       sd-bus(3) — A lightweight D-Bus IPC client library
       sd-bus-errors(3) — Standard D-Bus error names
       sd-daemon(3) — APIs for new-style daemons
       sd-event(3) — A generic event loop implementation
       sd-id128(3) — APIs for processing 128-bit IDs
       sd-journal(3) — APIs for submitting and querying log entries to and
       from the journal
       sd-login(3) — APIs for tracking logins
       SD_ALERT(3) — APIs for new-style daemons
       sd_booted(3) — Test whether the system is running the systemd init
       system
       sd_bus_add_match(3) — Add a match rule for message dispatching
       sd_bus_creds_get_audit_login_uid(3) — Retrieve fields from a
       credentials object
       sd_bus_creds_get_audit_session_id(3) — Retrieve fields from a
       credentials object
       sd_bus_creds_get_augmented_mask(3) — Retrieve credentials object for
       the specified PID
       sd_bus_creds_get_cgroup(3) — Retrieve fields from a credentials
       object
       sd_bus_creds_get_cmdline(3) — Retrieve fields from a credentials
       object
       sd_bus_creds_get_comm(3) — Retrieve fields from a credentials object
       sd_bus_creds_get_description(3) — Retrieve fields from a credentials
       object
       sd_bus_creds_get_egid(3) — Retrieve fields from a credentials object
       sd_bus_creds_get_euid(3) — Retrieve fields from a credentials object
       sd_bus_creds_get_exe(3) — Retrieve fields from a credentials object
       sd_bus_creds_get_fsgid(3) — Retrieve fields from a credentials object
       sd_bus_creds_get_fsuid(3) — Retrieve fields from a credentials object
       sd_bus_creds_get_gid(3) — Retrieve fields from a credentials object
       sd_bus_creds_get_mask(3) — Retrieve credentials object for the
       specified PID
       sd_bus_creds_get_owner_uid(3) — Retrieve fields from a credentials
       object
       sd_bus_creds_get_pid(3) — Retrieve fields from a credentials object
       sd_bus_creds_get_ppid(3) — Retrieve fields from a credentials object
       sd_bus_creds_get_selinux_context(3) — Retrieve fields from a
       credentials object
       sd_bus_creds_get_session(3) — Retrieve fields from a credentials
       object
       sd_bus_creds_get_sgid(3) — Retrieve fields from a credentials object
       sd_bus_creds_get_slice(3) — Retrieve fields from a credentials object
       sd_bus_creds_get_suid(3) — Retrieve fields from a credentials object
       sd_bus_creds_get_supplementary_gids(3) — Retrieve fields from a
       credentials object
       sd_bus_creds_get_tid(3) — Retrieve fields from a credentials object
       sd_bus_creds_get_tid_comm(3) — Retrieve fields from a credentials
       object
       sd_bus_creds_get_tty(3) — Retrieve fields from a credentials object
       sd_bus_creds_get_uid(3) — Retrieve fields from a credentials object
       sd_bus_creds_get_unique_name(3) — Retrieve fields from a credentials
       object
       sd_bus_creds_get_unit(3) — Retrieve fields from a credentials object
       sd_bus_creds_get_user_slice(3) — Retrieve fields from a credentials
       object
       sd_bus_creds_get_user_unit(3) — Retrieve fields from a credentials
       object
       sd_bus_creds_get_well_known_names(3) — Retrieve fields from a
       credentials object
       sd_bus_creds_has_bounding_cap(3) — Retrieve fields from a credentials
       object
       sd_bus_creds_has_effective_cap(3) — Retrieve fields from a
       credentials object
       sd_bus_creds_has_inheritable_cap(3) — Retrieve fields from a
       credentials object
       sd_bus_creds_has_permitted_cap(3) — Retrieve fields from a
       credentials object
       sd_bus_creds_new_from_pid(3) — Retrieve credentials object for the
       specified PID
       sd_bus_creds_ref(3) — Retrieve credentials object for the specified
       PID
       sd_bus_creds_unref(3) — Retrieve credentials object for the specified
       PID
       sd_bus_creds_unrefp(3) — Retrieve credentials object for the
       specified PID
       sd_bus_default(3) — Acquire a connection to a system or user bus
       sd_bus_default_system(3) — Acquire a connection to a system or user
       bus
       sd_bus_default_user(3) — Acquire a connection to a system or user bus
       sd_bus_error(3) — sd-bus error handling
       SD_BUS_ERROR_ACCESS_DENIED(3) — Standard D-Bus error names
       sd_bus_error_add_map(3) — Additional sd-dbus error mappings
       SD_BUS_ERROR_ADDRESS_IN_USE(3) — Standard D-Bus error names
       SD_BUS_ERROR_AUTH_FAILED(3) — Standard D-Bus error names
       SD_BUS_ERROR_BAD_ADDRESS(3) — Standard D-Bus error names
       sd_bus_error_copy(3) — sd-bus error handling
       SD_BUS_ERROR_DISCONNECTED(3) — Standard D-Bus error names
       SD_BUS_ERROR_END(3) — Additional sd-dbus error mappings
       SD_BUS_ERROR_FAILED(3) — Standard D-Bus error names
       SD_BUS_ERROR_FILE_EXISTS(3) — Standard D-Bus error names
       SD_BUS_ERROR_FILE_NOT_FOUND(3) — Standard D-Bus error names
       sd_bus_error_free(3) — sd-bus error handling
       sd_bus_error_get_errno(3) — sd-bus error handling
       sd_bus_error_has_name(3) — sd-bus error handling
       SD_BUS_ERROR_INCONSISTENT_MESSAGE(3) — Standard D-Bus error names
       SD_BUS_ERROR_INTERACTIVE_AUTHORIZATION_REQUIRED(3) — Standard D-Bus
       error names
       SD_BUS_ERROR_INVALID_ARGS(3) — Standard D-Bus error names
       SD_BUS_ERROR_INVALID_SIGNATURE(3) — Standard D-Bus error names
       SD_BUS_ERROR_IO_ERROR(3) — Standard D-Bus error names
       sd_bus_error_is_set(3) — sd-bus error handling
       SD_BUS_ERROR_LIMITS_EXCEEDED(3) — Standard D-Bus error names
       SD_BUS_ERROR_MAKE_CONST(3) — sd-bus error handling
       sd_bus_error_map(3) — Additional sd-dbus error mappings
       SD_BUS_ERROR_MAP(3) — Additional sd-dbus error mappings
       SD_BUS_ERROR_MATCH_RULE_INVALID(3) — Standard D-Bus error names
       SD_BUS_ERROR_MATCH_RULE_NOT_FOUND(3) — Standard D-Bus error names
       SD_BUS_ERROR_NAME_HAS_NO_OWNER(3) — Standard D-Bus error names
       SD_BUS_ERROR_NO_MEMORY(3) — Standard D-Bus error names
       SD_BUS_ERROR_NO_NETWORK(3) — Standard D-Bus error names
       SD_BUS_ERROR_NO_REPLY(3) — Standard D-Bus error names
       SD_BUS_ERROR_NO_SERVER(3) — Standard D-Bus error names
       SD_BUS_ERROR_NOT_SUPPORTED(3) — Standard D-Bus error names
       SD_BUS_ERROR_NULL(3) — sd-bus error handling
       SD_BUS_ERROR_PROPERTY_READ_ONLY(3) — Standard D-Bus error names
       SD_BUS_ERROR_SERVICE_UNKNOWN(3) — Standard D-Bus error names
       sd_bus_error_set(3) — sd-bus error handling
       sd_bus_error_set_const(3) — sd-bus error handling
       sd_bus_error_set_errno(3) — sd-bus error handling
       sd_bus_error_set_errnof(3) — sd-bus error handling
       sd_bus_error_set_errnofv(3) — sd-bus error handling
       sd_bus_error_setf(3) — sd-bus error handling
       SD_BUS_ERROR_TIMEOUT(3) — Standard D-Bus error names
       SD_BUS_ERROR_UNIX_PROCESS_ID_UNKNOWN(3) — Standard D-Bus error names
       SD_BUS_ERROR_UNKNOWN_INTERFACE(3) — Standard D-Bus error names
       SD_BUS_ERROR_UNKNOWN_METHOD(3) — Standard D-Bus error names
       SD_BUS_ERROR_UNKNOWN_OBJECT(3) — Standard D-Bus error names
       SD_BUS_ERROR_UNKNOWN_PROPERTY(3) — Standard D-Bus error names
       sd_bus_get_fd(3) — Get the file descriptor connected to the message
       bus
       sd_bus_message_append(3) — Attach fields to a D-Bus message based on
       a type string
       sd_bus_message_append_array(3) — Append an array of fields to a D-Bus
       message
       sd_bus_message_append_array_iovec(3) — Append an array of fields to a
       D-Bus message
       sd_bus_message_append_array_memfd(3) — Append an array of fields to a
       D-Bus message
       sd_bus_message_append_array_space(3) — Append an array of fields to a
       D-Bus message
       sd_bus_message_append_basic(3) — Attach a single field to a message
       sd_bus_message_append_string_iovec(3) — Attach a string to a message
       sd_bus_message_append_string_memfd(3) — Attach a string to a message
       sd_bus_message_append_string_space(3) — Attach a string to a message
       sd_bus_message_append_strv(3) — Attach an array of strings to a
       message
       sd_bus_message_appendv(3) — Attach fields to a D-Bus message based on
       a type string
       sd_bus_message_get_cookie(3) — Returns the transaction cookie of a
       message
       sd_bus_message_get_monotonic_usec(3) — Retrieve the sender timestamps
       and sequence number of a message
       sd_bus_message_get_realtime_usec(3) — Retrieve the sender timestamps
       and sequence number of a message
       sd_bus_message_get_reply_cookie(3) — Returns the transaction cookie
       of a message
       sd_bus_message_get_seqnum(3) — Retrieve the sender timestamps and
       sequence number of a message
       sd_bus_message_read_basic(3) — Read a basic type from a message
       sd_bus_negotiate_creds(3) — Control feature negotiation on bus
       connections
       sd_bus_negotiate_fds(3) — Control feature negotiation on bus
       connections
       sd_bus_negotiate_timestamp(3) — Control feature negotiation on bus
       connections
       sd_bus_new(3) — Create a new bus object and create or destroy
       references to it
       sd_bus_open(3) — Acquire a connection to a system or user bus
       sd_bus_open_system(3) — Acquire a connection to a system or user bus
       sd_bus_open_system_machine(3) — Acquire a connection to a system or
       user bus
       sd_bus_open_system_remote(3) — Acquire a connection to a system or
       user bus
       sd_bus_open_user(3) — Acquire a connection to a system or user bus
       sd_bus_path_decode(3) — Convert an external identifier into an object
       path and back
       sd_bus_path_decode_many(3) — Convert an external identifier into an
       object path and back
       sd_bus_path_encode(3) — Convert an external identifier into an object
       path and back
       sd_bus_path_encode_many(3) — Convert an external identifier into an
       object path and back
       sd_bus_process(3) — Drive the connection
       sd_bus_ref(3) — Create a new bus object and create or destroy
       references to it
       sd_bus_release_name(3) — Request or release a well-known service name
       on a bus
       sd_bus_request_name(3) — Request or release a well-known service name
       on a bus
       sd_bus_track_add_name(3) — Add, remove and retrieve bus peers tracked
       in a bus peer tracking object
       sd_bus_track_add_sender(3) — Add, remove and retrieve bus peers
       tracked in a bus peer tracking object
       sd_bus_track_contains(3) — Add, remove and retrieve bus peers tracked
       in a bus peer tracking object
       sd_bus_track_count(3) — Add, remove and retrieve bus peers tracked in
       a bus peer tracking object
       sd_bus_track_count_name(3) — Add, remove and retrieve bus peers
       tracked in a bus peer tracking object
       sd_bus_track_count_sender(3) — Add, remove and retrieve bus peers
       tracked in a bus peer tracking object
       sd_bus_track_first(3) — Add, remove and retrieve bus peers tracked in
       a bus peer tracking object
       sd_bus_track_get_bus(3) — Track bus peers
       sd_bus_track_get_recursive(3) — Track bus peers
       sd_bus_track_get_userdata(3) — Track bus peers
       sd_bus_track_new(3) — Track bus peers
       sd_bus_track_next(3) — Add, remove and retrieve bus peers tracked in
       a bus peer tracking object
       sd_bus_track_ref(3) — Track bus peers
       sd_bus_track_remove_name(3) — Add, remove and retrieve bus peers
       tracked in a bus peer tracking object
       sd_bus_track_remove_sender(3) — Add, remove and retrieve bus peers
       tracked in a bus peer tracking object
       sd_bus_track_set_recursive(3) — Track bus peers
       sd_bus_track_set_userdata(3) — Track bus peers
       sd_bus_track_unref(3) — Track bus peers
       sd_bus_track_unrefp(3) — Track bus peers
       sd_bus_unref(3) — Create a new bus object and create or destroy
       references to it
       sd_bus_unrefp(3) — Create a new bus object and create or destroy
       references to it
       SD_CRIT(3) — APIs for new-style daemons
       SD_DEBUG(3) — APIs for new-style daemons
       SD_EMERG(3) — APIs for new-style daemons
       SD_ERR(3) — APIs for new-style daemons
       sd_event(3) — Acquire and release an event loop object
       sd_event_add_child(3) — Add a child process state change event source
       to an event loop
       sd_event_add_defer(3) — Add static event sources to an event loop
       sd_event_add_exit(3) — Add static event sources to an event loop
       sd_event_add_io(3) — Add an I/O event source to an event loop
       sd_event_add_post(3) — Add static event sources to an event loop
       sd_event_add_signal(3) — Add a UNIX process signal event source to an
       event loop
       sd_event_add_time(3) — Add a timer event source to an event loop
       SD_EVENT_ARMED(3) — Low-level event loop operations
       sd_event_child_handler_t(3) — Add a child process state change event
       source to an event loop
       sd_event_default(3) — Acquire and release an event loop object
       sd_event_dispatch(3) — Low-level event loop operations
       sd_event_exit(3) — Ask the event loop to exit
       SD_EVENT_EXITING(3) — Low-level event loop operations
       SD_EVENT_FINISHED(3) — Low-level event loop operations
       sd_event_get_exit_code(3) — Ask the event loop to exit
       sd_event_get_fd(3) — Obtain a file descriptor to poll for event loop
       events
       sd_event_get_iteration(3) — Low-level event loop operations
       sd_event_get_state(3) — Low-level event loop operations
       sd_event_get_tid(3) — Acquire and release an event loop object
       sd_event_get_watchdog(3) — Enable event loop watchdog support
       sd_event_handler_t(3) — Add static event sources to an event loop
       SD_EVENT_INITIAL(3) — Low-level event loop operations
       sd_event_io_handler_t(3) — Add an I/O event source to an event loop
       sd_event_loop(3) — Run an event loop
       sd_event_new(3) — Acquire and release an event loop object
       sd_event_now(3) — Retrieve current event loop iteration timestamp
       SD_EVENT_OFF(3) — Enable or disable event sources
       SD_EVENT_ON(3) — Enable or disable event sources
       SD_EVENT_ONESHOT(3) — Enable or disable event sources
       SD_EVENT_PENDING(3) — Low-level event loop operations
       sd_event_prepare(3) — Low-level event loop operations
       SD_EVENT_PREPARING(3) — Low-level event loop operations
       SD_EVENT_PRIORITY_IDLE(3) — Set or retrieve the priority of event
       sources
       SD_EVENT_PRIORITY_IMPORTANT(3) — Set or retrieve the priority of
       event sources
       SD_EVENT_PRIORITY_NORMAL(3) — Set or retrieve the priority of event
       sources
       sd_event_ref(3) — Acquire and release an event loop object
       sd_event_run(3) — Run an event loop
       SD_EVENT_RUNNING(3) — Low-level event loop operations
       sd_event_set_watchdog(3) — Enable event loop watchdog support
       sd_event_signal_handler_t(3) — Add a UNIX process signal event source
       to an event loop
       sd_event_source(3) — Add an I/O event source to an event loop
       sd_event_source_get_child_pid(3) — Add a child process state change
       event source to an event loop
       sd_event_source_get_description(3) — Set or retrieve descriptive
       names of event sources
       sd_event_source_get_enabled(3) — Enable or disable event sources
       sd_event_source_get_event(3) — Retrieve the event loop of an event
       source
       sd_event_source_get_io_events(3) — Add an I/O event source to an
       event loop
       sd_event_source_get_io_fd(3) — Add an I/O event source to an event
       loop
       sd_event_source_get_io_revents(3) — Add an I/O event source to an
       event loop
       sd_event_source_get_pending(3) — Determine pending state of event
       sources
       sd_event_source_get_priority(3) — Set or retrieve the priority of
       event sources
       sd_event_source_get_signal(3) — Add a UNIX process signal event
       source to an event loop
       sd_event_source_get_time(3) — Add a timer event source to an event
       loop
       sd_event_source_get_time_accuracy(3) — Add a timer event source to an
       event loop
       sd_event_source_get_time_clock(3) — Add a timer event source to an
       event loop
       sd_event_source_get_userdata(3) — Set or retrieve user data pointer
       of event sources
       sd_event_source_ref(3) — Increase or decrease event source reference
       counters
       sd_event_source_set_description(3) — Set or retrieve descriptive
       names of event sources
       sd_event_source_set_enabled(3) — Enable or disable event sources
       sd_event_source_set_io_events(3) — Add an I/O event source to an
       event loop
       sd_event_source_set_io_fd(3) — Add an I/O event source to an event
       loop
       sd_event_source_set_prepare(3) — Set a preparation callback for event
       sources
       sd_event_source_set_priority(3) — Set or retrieve the priority of
       event sources
       sd_event_source_set_time(3) — Add a timer event source to an event
       loop
       sd_event_source_set_time_accuracy(3) — Add a timer event source to an
       event loop
       sd_event_source_set_userdata(3) — Set or retrieve user data pointer
       of event sources
       sd_event_source_unref(3) — Increase or decrease event source
       reference counters
       sd_event_source_unrefp(3) — Increase or decrease event source
       reference counters
       sd_event_time_handler_t(3) — Add a timer event source to an event
       loop
       sd_event_unref(3) — Acquire and release an event loop object
       sd_event_unrefp(3) — Acquire and release an event loop object
       sd_event_wait(3) — Low-level event loop operations
       sd_get_machine_names(3) — Determine available seats, sessions, logged
       in users and virtual machines/containers
       sd_get_seats(3) — Determine available seats, sessions, logged in
       users and virtual machines/containers
       sd_get_sessions(3) — Determine available seats, sessions, logged in
       users and virtual machines/containers
       sd_get_uids(3) — Determine available seats, sessions, logged in users
       and virtual machines/containers
       SD_ID128_CONST_STR(3) — APIs for processing 128-bit IDs
       sd_id128_equal(3) — APIs for processing 128-bit IDs
       SD_ID128_FORMAT_STR(3) — APIs for processing 128-bit IDs
       SD_ID128_FORMAT_VAL(3) — APIs for processing 128-bit IDs
       sd_id128_from_string(3) — Format or parse 128-bit IDs as strings
       sd_id128_get_boot(3) — Retrieve 128-bit IDs
       sd_id128_get_invocation(3) — Retrieve 128-bit IDs
       sd_id128_get_machine(3) — Retrieve 128-bit IDs
       sd_id128_get_machine_app_specific(3) — Retrieve 128-bit IDs
       sd_id128_is_null(3) — APIs for processing 128-bit IDs
       SD_ID128_MAKE(3) — APIs for processing 128-bit IDs
       SD_ID128_MAKE_STR(3) — APIs for processing 128-bit IDs
       SD_ID128_NULL(3) — APIs for processing 128-bit IDs
       sd_id128_randomize(3) — Generate 128-bit IDs
       sd_id128_t(3) — APIs for processing 128-bit IDs
       sd_id128_to_string(3) — Format or parse 128-bit IDs as strings
       SD_INFO(3) — APIs for new-style daemons
       sd_is_fifo(3) — Check the type of a file descriptor
       sd_is_mq(3) — Check the type of a file descriptor
       sd_is_socket(3) — Check the type of a file descriptor
       sd_is_socket_inet(3) — Check the type of a file descriptor
       sd_is_socket_sockaddr(3) — Check the type of a file descriptor
       sd_is_socket_unix(3) — Check the type of a file descriptor
       sd_is_special(3) — Check the type of a file descriptor
       sd_journal(3) — Open the system journal for reading
       sd_journal_add_conjunction(3) — Add or remove entry matches
       sd_journal_add_disjunction(3) — Add or remove entry matches
       sd_journal_add_match(3) — Add or remove entry matches
       SD_JOURNAL_APPEND(3) — Journal change notification interface
       sd_journal_close(3) — Open the system journal for reading
       SD_JOURNAL_CURRENT_USER(3) — Open the system journal for reading
       sd_journal_enumerate_data(3) — Read data fields from the current
       journal entry
       sd_journal_enumerate_fields(3) — Read used field names from the
       journal
       sd_journal_enumerate_unique(3) — Read unique data fields from the
       journal
       sd_journal_flush_matches(3) — Add or remove entry matches
       SD_JOURNAL_FOREACH(3) — Advance or set back the read pointer in the
       journal
       SD_JOURNAL_FOREACH_BACKWARDS(3) — Advance or set back the read
       pointer in the journal
       SD_JOURNAL_FOREACH_DATA(3) — Read data fields from the current
       journal entry
       SD_JOURNAL_FOREACH_FIELD(3) — Read used field names from the journal
       SD_JOURNAL_FOREACH_UNIQUE(3) — Read unique data fields from the
       journal
       sd_journal_get_catalog(3) — Retrieve message catalog entry
       sd_journal_get_catalog_for_message_id(3) — Retrieve message catalog
       entry
       sd_journal_get_cursor(3) — Get cursor string for or test cursor
       string against the current journal entry
       sd_journal_get_cutoff_monotonic_usec(3) — Read cut-off timestamps
       from the current journal entry
       sd_journal_get_cutoff_realtime_usec(3) — Read cut-off timestamps from
       the current journal entry
       sd_journal_get_data(3) — Read data fields from the current journal
       entry
       sd_journal_get_data_threshold(3) — Read data fields from the current
       journal entry
       sd_journal_get_events(3) — Journal change notification interface
       sd_journal_get_fd(3) — Journal change notification interface
       sd_journal_get_monotonic_usec(3) — Read timestamps from the current
       journal entry
       sd_journal_get_realtime_usec(3) — Read timestamps from the current
       journal entry
       sd_journal_get_timeout(3) — Journal change notification interface
       sd_journal_get_usage(3) — Journal disk usage
       sd_journal_has_persistent_files(3) — Query availability of runtime or
       persistent journal files.
       sd_journal_has_runtime_files(3) — Query availability of runtime or
       persistent journal files.
       SD_JOURNAL_INVALIDATE(3) — Journal change notification interface
       SD_JOURNAL_LOCAL_ONLY(3) — Open the system journal for reading
       sd_journal_next(3) — Advance or set back the read pointer in the
       journal
       sd_journal_next_skip(3) — Advance or set back the read pointer in the
       journal
       SD_JOURNAL_NOP(3) — Journal change notification interface
       sd_journal_open(3) — Open the system journal for reading
       sd_journal_open_directory(3) — Open the system journal for reading
       sd_journal_open_directory_fd(3) — Open the system journal for reading
       sd_journal_open_files(3) — Open the system journal for reading
       sd_journal_open_files_fd(3) — Open the system journal for reading
       SD_JOURNAL_OS_ROOT(3) — Open the system journal for reading
       sd_journal_perror(3) — Submit log entries to the journal
       sd_journal_previous(3) — Advance or set back the read pointer in the
       journal
       sd_journal_previous_skip(3) — Advance or set back the read pointer in
       the journal
       sd_journal_print(3) — Submit log entries to the journal
       sd_journal_printv(3) — Submit log entries to the journal
       sd_journal_process(3) — Journal change notification interface
       sd_journal_query_unique(3) — Read unique data fields from the journal
       sd_journal_reliable_fd(3) — Journal change notification interface
       sd_journal_restart_data(3) — Read data fields from the current
       journal entry
       sd_journal_restart_fields(3) — Read used field names from the journal
       sd_journal_restart_unique(3) — Read unique data fields from the
       journal
       SD_JOURNAL_RUNTIME_ONLY(3) — Open the system journal for reading
       sd_journal_seek_cursor(3) — Seek to a position in the journal
       sd_journal_seek_head(3) — Seek to a position in the journal
       sd_journal_seek_monotonic_usec(3) — Seek to a position in the journal
       sd_journal_seek_realtime_usec(3) — Seek to a position in the journal
       sd_journal_seek_tail(3) — Seek to a position in the journal
       sd_journal_send(3) — Submit log entries to the journal
       sd_journal_sendv(3) — Submit log entries to the journal
       sd_journal_set_data_threshold(3) — Read data fields from the current
       journal entry
       sd_journal_stream_fd(3) — Create log stream file descriptor to the
       journal
       SD_JOURNAL_SUPPRESS_LOCATION(3) — Submit log entries to the journal
       SD_JOURNAL_SYSTEM(3) — Open the system journal for reading
       sd_journal_test_cursor(3) — Get cursor string for or test cursor
       string against the current journal entry
       sd_journal_wait(3) — Journal change notification interface
       sd_listen_fds(3) — Check for file descriptors passed by the system
       manager
       SD_LISTEN_FDS_START(3) — Check for file descriptors passed by the
       system manager
       sd_listen_fds_with_names(3) — Check for file descriptors passed by
       the system manager
       sd_login_monitor(3) — Monitor login sessions, seats, users and
       virtual machines/containers
       sd_login_monitor_flush(3) — Monitor login sessions, seats, users and
       virtual machines/containers
       sd_login_monitor_get_events(3) — Monitor login sessions, seats, users
       and virtual machines/containers
       sd_login_monitor_get_fd(3) — Monitor login sessions, seats, users and
       virtual machines/containers
       sd_login_monitor_get_timeout(3) — Monitor login sessions, seats,
       users and virtual machines/containers
       sd_login_monitor_new(3) — Monitor login sessions, seats, users and
       virtual machines/containers
       sd_login_monitor_unref(3) — Monitor login sessions, seats, users and
       virtual machines/containers
       sd_login_monitor_unrefp(3) — Monitor login sessions, seats, users and
       virtual machines/containers
       sd_machine_get_class(3) — Determine the class and network interface
       indices of a locally running virtual machine or container.
       sd_machine_get_ifindices(3) — Determine the class and network
       interface indices of a locally running virtual machine or container.
       SD_NOTICE(3) — APIs for new-style daemons
       sd_notify(3) — Notify service manager about start-up completion and
       other service status changes
       sd_notifyf(3) — Notify service manager about start-up completion and
       other service status changes
       sd_peer_get_cgroup(3) — Determine session, unit, owner of a session,
       container/VM or slice of a specific PID or socket peer
       sd_peer_get_machine_name(3) — Determine session, unit, owner of a
       session, container/VM or slice of a specific PID or socket peer
       sd_peer_get_owner_uid(3) — Determine session, unit, owner of a
       session, container/VM or slice of a specific PID or socket peer
       sd_peer_get_session(3) — Determine session, unit, owner of a session,
       container/VM or slice of a specific PID or socket peer
       sd_peer_get_slice(3) — Determine session, unit, owner of a session,
       container/VM or slice of a specific PID or socket peer
       sd_peer_get_unit(3) — Determine session, unit, owner of a session,
       container/VM or slice of a specific PID or socket peer
       sd_peer_get_user_slice(3) — Determine session, unit, owner of a
       session, container/VM or slice of a specific PID or socket peer
       sd_peer_get_user_unit(3) — Determine session, unit, owner of a
       session, container/VM or slice of a specific PID or socket peer
       sd_pid_get_cgroup(3) — Determine session, unit, owner of a session,
       container/VM or slice of a specific PID or socket peer
       sd_pid_get_machine_name(3) — Determine session, unit, owner of a
       session, container/VM or slice of a specific PID or socket peer
       sd_pid_get_owner_uid(3) — Determine session, unit, owner of a
       session, container/VM or slice of a specific PID or socket peer
       sd_pid_get_session(3) — Determine session, unit, owner of a session,
       container/VM or slice of a specific PID or socket peer
       sd_pid_get_slice(3) — Determine session, unit, owner of a session,
       container/VM or slice of a specific PID or socket peer
       sd_pid_get_unit(3) — Determine session, unit, owner of a session,
       container/VM or slice of a specific PID or socket peer
       sd_pid_get_user_slice(3) — Determine session, unit, owner of a
       session, container/VM or slice of a specific PID or socket peer
       sd_pid_get_user_unit(3) — Determine session, unit, owner of a
       session, container/VM or slice of a specific PID or socket peer
       sd_pid_notify(3) — Notify service manager about start-up completion
       and other service status changes
       sd_pid_notify_with_fds(3) — Notify service manager about start-up
       completion and other service status changes
       sd_pid_notifyf(3) — Notify service manager about start-up completion
       and other service status changes
       sd_seat_can_graphical(3) — Determine state of a specific seat
       sd_seat_can_multi_session(3) — Determine state of a specific seat
       sd_seat_can_tty(3) — Determine state of a specific seat
       sd_seat_get_active(3) — Determine state of a specific seat
       sd_seat_get_sessions(3) — Determine state of a specific seat
       sd_session_get_class(3) — Determine state of a specific session
       sd_session_get_desktop(3) — Determine state of a specific session
       sd_session_get_display(3) — Determine state of a specific session
       sd_session_get_remote_host(3) — Determine state of a specific session
       sd_session_get_remote_user(3) — Determine state of a specific session
       sd_session_get_seat(3) — Determine state of a specific session
       sd_session_get_service(3) — Determine state of a specific session
       sd_session_get_state(3) — Determine state of a specific session
       sd_session_get_tty(3) — Determine state of a specific session
       sd_session_get_type(3) — Determine state of a specific session
       sd_session_get_uid(3) — Determine state of a specific session
       sd_session_get_vt(3) — Determine state of a specific session
       sd_session_is_active(3) — Determine state of a specific session
       sd_session_is_remote(3) — Determine state of a specific session
       sd_uid_get_display(3) — Determine login state of a specific Unix user
       ID
       sd_uid_get_seats(3) — Determine login state of a specific Unix user
       ID
       sd_uid_get_sessions(3) — Determine login state of a specific Unix
       user ID
       sd_uid_get_state(3) — Determine login state of a specific Unix user
       ID
       sd_uid_is_on_seat(3) — Determine login state of a specific Unix user
       ID
       SD_WARNING(3) — APIs for new-style daemons
       sd_watchdog_enabled(3) — Check whether the service manager expects
       watchdog keep-alive notifications from a service
       shutdown(8) — Halt, power-off or reboot the machine
       sleep.conf.d(5) — Suspend and hibernation configuration file
       sysctl.d(5) — Configure kernel parameters at boot
       system.conf.d(5) — System and session service manager configuration
       files
       systemctl(1) — Control the systemd system and service manager
       systemd(1) — systemd system and service manager
       systemd-analyze(1) — Analyze system boot-up performance
       systemd-ask-password(1) — Query the user for a system password
       systemd-ask-password-console.path(8) — Query the user for system
       passwords on the console and via wall
       systemd-ask-password-console.service(8) — Query the user for system
       passwords on the console and via wall
       systemd-ask-password-wall.path(8) — Query the user for system
       passwords on the console and via wall
       systemd-ask-password-wall.service(8) — Query the user for system
       passwords on the console and via wall
       systemd-backlight(8) — Load and save the display backlight brightness
       at boot and shutdown
       systemd-backlight@.service(8) — Load and save the display backlight
       brightness at boot and shutdown
       systemd-binfmt(8) — Configure additional binary formats for
       executables at boot
       systemd-binfmt.service(8) — Configure additional binary formats for
       executables at boot
       systemd-cat(1) — Connect a pipeline or program's output with the
       journal
       systemd-cgls(1) — Recursively show control group contents
       systemd-cgtop(1) — Show top control groups by their resource usage
       systemd-coredump(8) — Acquire, save and process core dumps
       systemd-coredump.socket(8) — Acquire, save and process core dumps
       systemd-coredump@.service(8) — Acquire, save and process core dumps
       systemd-debug-generator(8) — Generator for enabling a runtime debug
       shell and masking specific units at boot
       systemd-delta(1) — Find overridden configuration files
       systemd-detect-virt(1) — Detect execution in a virtualized
       environment
       systemd-environment-d-generator(8) — Load variables specified by
       systemd-escape(1) — Escape strings for usage in system unit names
       systemd-firstboot(1) — Initialize basic system settings on or before
       the first boot-up of a system
       systemd-firstboot.service(1) — Initialize basic system settings on or
       before the first boot-up of a system
       systemd-fsck(8) — File system checker logic
       systemd-fsck-root.service(8) — File system checker logic
       systemd-fsck@.service(8) — File system checker logic
       systemd-fstab-generator(8) — Unit generator for /etc/fstab
       systemd-getty-generator(8) — Generator for enabling getty instances
       on the console
       systemd-gpt-auto-generator(8) — Generator for automatically
       discovering and mounting root,
       systemd-halt.service(8) — System shutdown logic
       systemd-hibernate-resume(8) — Resume from hibernation
       systemd-hibernate-resume-generator(8) — Unit generator for resume=
       kernel parameter
       systemd-hibernate-resume@.service(8) — Resume from hibernation
       systemd-hibernate.service(8) — System sleep state logic
       systemd-hostnamed(8) — Host name bus mechanism
       systemd-hostnamed.service(8) — Host name bus mechanism
       systemd-hwdb(8) — hardware database management tool
       systemd-hybrid-sleep.service(8) — System sleep state logic
       systemd-importd(8) — VM and container image import and export service
       systemd-importd.service(8) — VM and container image import and export
       service
       systemd-inhibit(1) — Execute a program with an inhibition lock taken
       systemd-initctl(8) — /dev/initctl compatibility
       systemd-initctl.service(8) — /dev/initctl compatibility
       systemd-initctl.socket(8) — /dev/initctl compatibility
       systemd-journald(8) — Journal service
       systemd-journald-audit.socket(8) — Journal service
       systemd-journald-dev-log.socket(8) — Journal service
       systemd-journald.service(8) — Journal service
       systemd-journald.socket(8) — Journal service
       systemd-kexec.service(8) — System shutdown logic
       systemd-localed(8) — Locale bus mechanism
       systemd-localed.service(8) — Locale bus mechanism
       systemd-logind(8) — Login manager
       systemd-logind.service(8) — Login manager
       systemd-machine-id-commit.service(8) — Commit a transient machine ID
       to disk
       systemd-machine-id-setup(1) — Initialize the machine ID in
       /etc/machine-id
       systemd-machined(8) — Virtual machine and container registration
       manager
       systemd-machined.service(8) — Virtual machine and container
       registration manager
       systemd-modules-load(8) — Load kernel modules at boot
       systemd-modules-load.service(8) — Load kernel modules at boot
       systemd-mount(1) — Establish and destroy transient mount or
       auto-mount points
       systemd-networkd(8) — Network manager
       systemd-networkd-wait-online(8) — Wait for network to come online
       systemd-networkd-wait-online.service(8) — Wait for network to come
       online
       systemd-networkd.service(8) — Network manager
       systemd-notify(1) — Notify service manager about start-up completion
       and other daemon status changes
       systemd-nspawn(1) — Spawn a namespace container for debugging,
       testing and building
       systemd-path(1) — List and query system and user paths
       systemd-poweroff.service(8) — System shutdown logic
       systemd-quotacheck(8) — File system quota checker logic
       systemd-quotacheck.service(8) — File system quota checker logic
       systemd-random-seed(8) — Load and save the system random seed at boot
       and shutdown
       systemd-random-seed.service(8) — Load and save the system random seed
       at boot and shutdown
       systemd-reboot.service(8) — System shutdown logic
       systemd-remount-fs(8) — Remount root and kernel file systems
       systemd-remount-fs.service(8) — Remount root and kernel file systems
       systemd-resolve(1) — Resolve domain names, IPV4 and IPv6 addresses,
       DNS resource records, and services
       systemd-resolved(8) — Network Name Resolution manager
       systemd-resolved.service(8) — Network Name Resolution manager
       systemd-rfkill(8) — Load and save the RF kill switch state at boot
       and change
       systemd-rfkill.service(8) — Load and save the RF kill switch state at
       boot and change
       systemd-rfkill.socket(8) — Load and save the RF kill switch state at
       boot and change
       systemd-run(1) — Run programs in transient scope units, service
       units, or timer-scheduled service units
       systemd-shutdown(8) — System shutdown logic
       systemd-sleep(8) — System sleep state logic
       systemd-sleep.conf(5) — Suspend and hibernation configuration file
       systemd-socket-activate(1) — Test socket activation of daemons
       systemd-socket-proxyd(8) — Bidirectionally proxy local sockets to
       another (possibly remote) socket.
       systemd-suspend.service(8) — System sleep state logic
       systemd-sysctl(8) — Configure kernel parameters at boot
       systemd-sysctl.service(8) — Configure kernel parameters at boot
       systemd-system-update-generator(8) — Generator for redirecting boot
       to offline update mode
       systemd-system.conf(5) — System and session service manager
       configuration files
       systemd-sysusers(8) — Allocate system users and groups
       systemd-sysusers.service(8) — Allocate system users and groups
       systemd-sysv-generator(8) — Unit generator for SysV init scripts
       systemd-timedated(8) — Time and date bus mechanism
       systemd-timedated.service(8) — Time and date bus mechanism
       systemd-timesyncd(8) — Network Time Synchronization
       systemd-timesyncd.service(8) — Network Time Synchronization
       systemd-tmpfiles(8) — Creates, deletes and cleans up volatile and
       temporary files and directories
       systemd-tmpfiles-clean.service(8) — Creates, deletes and cleans up
       volatile and temporary files and directories
       systemd-tmpfiles-clean.timer(8) — Creates, deletes and cleans up
       volatile and temporary files and directories
       systemd-tmpfiles-setup-dev.service(8) — Creates, deletes and cleans
       up volatile and temporary files and directories
       systemd-tmpfiles-setup.service(8) — Creates, deletes and cleans up
       volatile and temporary files and directories
       systemd-tty-ask-password-agent(1) — List or process pending systemd
       password requests
       systemd-udevd(8) — Device event managing daemon
       systemd-udevd-control.socket(8) — Device event managing daemon
       systemd-udevd-kernel.socket(8) — Device event managing daemon
       systemd-udevd.service(8) — Device event managing daemon
       systemd-umount(1) — Establish and destroy transient mount or
       auto-mount points
       systemd-update-done(8) — Mark
       systemd-update-done.service(8) — Mark
       systemd-update-utmp(8) — Write audit and utmp updates at bootup,
       runlevel changes and shutdown
       systemd-update-utmp-runlevel.service(8) — Write audit and utmp
       updates at bootup, runlevel changes and shutdown
       systemd-update-utmp.service(8) — Write audit and utmp updates at
       bootup, runlevel changes and shutdown
       systemd-user-sessions(8) — Permit user logins after boot, prohibit
       user logins at shutdown
       systemd-user-sessions.service(8) — Permit user logins after boot,
       prohibit user logins at shutdown
       systemd-user.conf(5) — System and session service manager
       configuration files
       systemd-vconsole-setup(8) — Configure the virtual consoles
       systemd-vconsole-setup.service(8) — Configure the virtual consoles
       systemd-volatile-root(8) — Make the root file system volatile
       systemd-volatile-root.service(8) — Make the root file system volatile
       systemd.automount(5) — Automount unit configuration
       systemd.device(5) — Device unit configuration
       systemd.directives(7) — Index of configuration directives
       systemd.environment-generator(7) — Systemd environment file
       generators
       systemd.exec(5) — Execution environment configuration
       systemd.generator(7) — Systemd unit generators
       systemd.journal-fields(7) — Special journal fields
       systemd.kill(5) — Process killing procedure configuration
       systemd.link(5) — Network device configuration
       systemd.mount(5) — Mount unit configuration
       systemd.negative(5) — DNSSEC trust anchor configuration files
       systemd.netdev(5) — Virtual Network Device configuration
       systemd.network(5) — Network configuration
       systemd.nspawn(5) — Container settings
       systemd.offline-updates(7) — Implementation of offline updates in
       systemd
       systemd.path(5) — Path unit configuration
       systemd.positive(5) — DNSSEC trust anchor configuration files
       systemd.preset(5) — Service enablement presets
       systemd.resource-control(5) — Resource control unit settings
       systemd.scope(5) — Scope unit configuration
       systemd.service(5) — Service unit configuration
       systemd.slice(5) — Slice unit configuration
       systemd.socket(5) — Socket unit configuration
       systemd.special(7) — Special systemd units
       systemd.swap(5) — Swap unit configuration
       systemd.target(5) — Target unit configuration
       systemd.time(7) — Time and date specifications
       systemd.timer(5) — Timer unit configuration
       systemd.unit(5) — Unit configuration
       sysusers.d(5) — Declarative allocation of system users and groups

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       telinit(8) — Change SysV runlevel
       timedatectl(1) — Control the system time and date
       timesyncd.conf(5) — Network Time Synchronization configuration files
       timesyncd.conf.d(5) — Network Time Synchronization configuration
       files
       tmpfiles.d(5) — Configuration for creation, deletion and cleaning of
       volatile and temporary files

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       udev(7) — Dynamic device management
       udev.conf(5) — Configuration for device event managing daemon
       udev_device_get_action(3) — Query device properties
       udev_device_get_devlinks_list_entry(3) — Retrieve or set device
       attributes
       udev_device_get_devnode(3) — Query device properties
       udev_device_get_devnum(3) — Query device properties
       udev_device_get_devpath(3) — Query device properties
       udev_device_get_devtype(3) — Query device properties
       udev_device_get_driver(3) — Query device properties
       udev_device_get_is_initialized(3) — Query device properties
       udev_device_get_parent(3) — Query device properties
       udev_device_get_parent_with_subsystem_devtype(3) — Query device
       properties
       udev_device_get_properties_list_entry(3) — Retrieve or set device
       attributes
       udev_device_get_property_value(3) — Retrieve or set device attributes
       udev_device_get_subsystem(3) — Query device properties
       udev_device_get_sysattr_list_entry(3) — Retrieve or set device
       attributes
       udev_device_get_sysattr_value(3) — Retrieve or set device attributes
       udev_device_get_sysname(3) — Query device properties
       udev_device_get_sysnum(3) — Query device properties
       udev_device_get_syspath(3) — Query device properties
       udev_device_get_tags_list_entry(3) — Retrieve or set device
       attributes
       udev_device_get_udev(3) — Query device properties
       udev_device_has_tag(3) — Retrieve or set device attributes
       udev_device_new_from_device_id(3) — Create, acquire and release a
       udev device object
       udev_device_new_from_devnum(3) — Create, acquire and release a udev
       device object
       udev_device_new_from_environment(3) — Create, acquire and release a
       udev device object
       udev_device_new_from_subsystem_sysname(3) — Create, acquire and
       release a udev device object
       udev_device_new_from_syspath(3) — Create, acquire and release a udev
       device object
       udev_device_ref(3) — Create, acquire and release a udev device object
       udev_device_set_sysattr_value(3) — Retrieve or set device attributes
       udev_device_unref(3) — Create, acquire and release a udev device
       object
       udev_enumerate_add_match_is_initialized(3) — Modify filters
       udev_enumerate_add_match_parent(3) — Modify filters
       udev_enumerate_add_match_property(3) — Modify filters
       udev_enumerate_add_match_subsystem(3) — Modify filters
       udev_enumerate_add_match_sysattr(3) — Modify filters
       udev_enumerate_add_match_sysname(3) — Modify filters
       udev_enumerate_add_match_tag(3) — Modify filters
       udev_enumerate_add_nomatch_subsystem(3) — Modify filters
       udev_enumerate_add_nomatch_sysattr(3) — Modify filters
       udev_enumerate_add_syspath(3) — Query or modify a udev enumerate
       object
       udev_enumerate_get_list_entry(3) — Query or modify a udev enumerate
       object
       udev_enumerate_get_udev(3) — Query or modify a udev enumerate object
       udev_enumerate_new(3) — Create, acquire and release a udev enumerate
       object
       udev_enumerate_ref(3) — Create, acquire and release a udev enumerate
       object
       udev_enumerate_scan_devices(3) — Query or modify a udev enumerate
       object
       udev_enumerate_scan_subsystems(3) — Query or modify a udev enumerate
       object
       udev_enumerate_unref(3) — Create, acquire and release a udev
       enumerate object
       udev_list_entry(3) — Iterate and access udev lists
       udev_list_entry_get_by_name(3) — Iterate and access udev lists
       udev_list_entry_get_name(3) — Iterate and access udev lists
       udev_list_entry_get_next(3) — Iterate and access udev lists
       udev_list_entry_get_value(3) — Iterate and access udev lists
       udev_monitor_enable_receiving(3) — Query and modify device monitor
       udev_monitor_filter_add_match_subsystem_devtype(3) — Modify filters
       udev_monitor_filter_add_match_tag(3) — Modify filters
       udev_monitor_filter_remove(3) — Modify filters
       udev_monitor_filter_update(3) — Modify filters
       udev_monitor_get_fd(3) — Query and modify device monitor
       udev_monitor_get_udev(3) — Query and modify device monitor
       udev_monitor_new_from_netlink(3) — Create, acquire and release a udev
       monitor object
       udev_monitor_receive_device(3) — Query and modify device monitor
       udev_monitor_ref(3) — Create, acquire and release a udev monitor
       object
       udev_monitor_set_receive_buffer_size(3) — Query and modify device
       monitor
       udev_monitor_unref(3) — Create, acquire and release a udev monitor
       object
       udev_new(3) — Create, acquire and release a udev context object
       udev_ref(3) — Create, acquire and release a udev context object
       udev_unref(3) — Create, acquire and release a udev context object
       udevadm(8) — udev management tool
       user.conf.d(5) — System and session service manager configuration
       files

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       vconsole.conf(5) — Configuration file for the virtual console

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       systemd.directives(7)

       This index contains 675 entries, referring to 235 individual manual
       pages.

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