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Hewlett-Packard Company Conformance Statement

Product Standard: Commands and Utilities v3

Organization Hewlett-Packard (formerly Compaq)
Author Bonnie Talerico


1. Commands and Utilities v3

Product Information

Product IdentificationVersion/Release NumberProduct Supplier
1. HP Tru64 UNIX Version 5.1A or later Hewlett-Packard 

Environment Specification

Testing Environment Binary-compatible Family Portability Environment Indicator of Compliance Compliance Details
1.
o The hardware platform used was an Alpha WorkStation o The operating system used was Tru64 UNIX V5.1A o Set environment variable CMD_ENV = xpg4 o Use xpg4 compliant version of make by setting PATH=/usr/bin/posix:$PATH o Set environment variable BIN_SH=xpg4
All HP AlphaServer Systems and HP Alpha Workstation Systems listed as supported in the Tru64 UNIX V5.1A or later Software Product Descriptions.
Internationalised System Calls and Libraries Extended V2 Test Report from Test Suite Test Suite: VSC5.1.1
Test Report: compaq-vsc5-vrpt/journal.z/bldfillst

Temporary Waivers

Waiver NumberExpiry Date
1. None NA


1.1 POSIX.2 Supported Features

Question 1: Which of the following options, specified in the <unistd.h> header, are available on the system?

Response

Rationale


1.2 Development Utilities

1.2.1 Supported Commands

Question 2: Which of the development utilities are not provided with the implementation?

Response

Rationale


1.3 FORTRAN Option

1.3.1 FORTRAN Utility

Question 3: Is the FORTRAN fort77 utility provided?

Response

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1.4 Possibly Unsupportable Utilities and Options

Question 4: Which of the following utilities and utility options are not supported on the implementation?

Response

Rationale


1.5 Legacy Option

Question 5: Which of the following Legacy utilities are provided?

Response

Rationale


1.6 Specific Commands and Utilities

1.6.1 at

Question 6: How does the at command interpret a non-null SHELL environment variable?

Response

Rationale


1.6.2 awk

Question 7: What is the limit on the number of open streams provided by awk?

Response

Rationale


1.6.3 batch

Question 8: How does the batch command interpret a non-null SHELL environment variable?

Response

Rationale


1.6.4 c89

Question 9: Which defined names are automatically provided by the compiler?

Response

Rationale


Question 10: When multiple input files are specified, where does c89 direct identification messages designating the start of each input file processing?

Response

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Question 11: What are the limits associated with external symbols imposed by c89?

Response

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1.6.5 cp

Question 12: What is the affect of alternate access control mechanisms on file copies?

Response

Rationale


1.6.6 date

Question 13: Does date permit the setting of the date and time?

Response

Rationale


1.6.7 ex

Question 14: What restrictions are imposed on the set of commands within the rhs of the map command?

Response

Rationale


1.6.8 fc

Question 15: Is the history list mechanism disabled for users with appropriate privileges who do not set HISTFILE?

Response

Rationale


1.6.9 fort77

Question 16: When multiple input files are specified, where does fort77 direct identification messages designating the start of each input file processing?

Response

Rationale


Question 17: What are the limits associated with external symbols imposed by fort77?

Response

Rationale


1.6.10 lex

Question 18: Where are error messages sent when the lex -t option is not specified?

Response

Rationale


1.6.11 ln

Question 19: Can ln create links to a directory?

Response

Rationale


1.6.12 localedef

Question 20: What is the default character mapping used when the localedef -f option is not specified?

Response

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1.6.13 lp

Question 21: What lp option or operator command is used to suppress the printing of a banner page?

Response

Rationale


1.6.14 ls

Question 22: How many bytes are in a block as reported by ls?

Response

Rationale


1.6.15 make

Question 23: What additional variables does make add to its environment?

Response

Rationale


Question 24: Does the default MAKEFLAGS environment variable contain additional implementation-dependent options?

Response

Rationale


1.6.16 newgrp

Question 25: Does newgrp allow users who are not listed as a member of a group which has no password to change to that group?

Response

Rationale


Question 26: Are there any other implementation-specific authorisation restrictions that affect newgrp?

Response

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1.6.17 nice and renice

Question 27: What are the limits and default values used by nice and renice?

Response

Rationale


1.6.18 pax

Question 28: What is the default archive format used by pax?

Response

Rationale


Question 29: How does pax handle reading and writing of archives that span multiple files?

Response

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Question 30: How does pax handle invalid filenames when it is extracting files from an archive?

Response

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1.6.19 printf

Question 31: Does printf support the e, E, f, g and G floating point conversion specifications?

Response

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1.6.20 sh

Question 32: Is the environment variable IFS ignored when the shell is invoked?

Response

Rationale


1.6.21 touch

Question 33: What is the latest date after the Epoch that can be used by touch?

Response

Rationale


1.6.22 yacc

Question 34: What are the limits of yacc's internal tables?

Response

Rationale


1.7 C-language Programming Environments

1.7.1 Supported Environments

Question 35: What C-language programming environments are provided?

Response

Rationale


1.7.2 Default Environment

Question 36: What C-language programming environment is the default?

Response

Rationale


Copyright © 2001 Compaq Computer Corporation
All rights reserved.


2. Change History

DateNameComment
12-Oct-2006 Certification Authority Change of vendor from Compaq Computer Corp to Hewlett-Packard Company 
19-Feb-2001 Bonnie Talerico UNIX 98 

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