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I/O
aperture
· I/O Aperture ·
standard
performance
· File descriptor vs standard I/O · Throughput ·
redirecting
· Redirecting input and output ·
synchronous
· Configuration ·

icons
· /usr ·
in documentation
· Navigating around help files · Searching for a topic or keyword ·
Launch menu
· Target files ·

IDE (Integrated Development Environment)
· /usr ·
command line, alternative to
· Command line or GUI? ·
documentation
· Filename extensions ·
editor
· Choosing an editor ·
security
· qconn ·
system, fine-tuning
· Getting the system's status · How small can you get? ·

idle thread
· Improving performance ·

IDs
group
· What does a user account do? ·
adding
· Creating a new group · Defining groups ·
assigning
· Adding users ·
login
· Adding users · User accounts vs user IDs: login, lookup, and permissions · What does a user account do? ·
user
· User accounts vs user IDs: login, lookup, and permissions · What does a user account do? ·
assigning
· Adding users ·
root
· User accounts vs user IDs: login, lookup, and permissions ·

ifconfig
· Full TCP/IP stack (npm-tcpip.so) · UNIX ·

ifs (file extension)
· Filename extensions ·

image filesystems
· Filename extensions ·

images
filesystem
creating
· Flash filesystems ·
OS
· /boot · Image filesystem ·
creating
· Configuring an OS image · What happens when you boot? ·

images (directory)
· /usr ·

img (file extension)
· Filename extensions ·

import (CVS command)
· Importing an existing source tree ·

include (directory)
· /usr ·

index, online documentation
· Searching for a topic or keyword ·

inetd
· Running the Internet daemons ·
inetd.conf
· /etc · Configuring the Neutrino machine for TCP/IP use · Running the Internet daemons ·
CVS server
· Setting up a CVS server ·
phrelay
· Configuring the Neutrino machine for TCP/IP use ·

inflator
· Inflator filesystem ·

info
GNU utility
· Filename extensions ·

info
directory
· /usr ·
file extension
· Filename extensions ·

infocmp
· Terminal support · Terminal types ·

information nodes
See inodes

init (CVS command)
· Creating a repository · Setting up a CVS server ·

Initial Program Loader
See IPL

initialization, system
· Controlling How Neutrino Starts ·

inodes
· / · Links · Ordering the updates to metadata · Root directory ·
entries
· Directories · Links and inodes ·
pregrowing
· Filesystems ·

input
drivers
· Input devices ·
starting
· Photon environment variables ·
methods
· Input methods ·
modes
· Input modes ·
redirecting standard
· Redirecting input and output ·
trap file
· Input devices ·

input-cfg
· Configuration tools · Mice and keyboards · Mice and keyboards ·

input.hostname
· Input devices ·

inputtrap
· Input devices · Mice and keyboards ·

Ins (key)
· The keyboard at a glance ·

insert mode
· The keyboard at a glance ·

Integrated Development Environment
See IDE

integrity, ensuring on entire disk system
· Using chkfsys ·

interactive mode
· .kshrc ·

interface controllers
information, displaying
· How do I display information about an interface controller? ·

internal modems
· Internal modems ·

international characters
· International keyboards · ped · Workspace (ws) ·
filenames
· Filename rules ·
fonts
· The right fonts ·
input methods
· Input methods ·

Internet
boot-protocol daemon
· Running the Internet daemons ·
daemons
· Running the Internet daemons ·
domain names
daemon
· Running the Internet daemons ·
super-server
· /etc · Running the Internet daemons ·
surfing
· Surfing the web with Voyager ·

Interrupt Request line
See IRQ

io-audio
· Audio cards ·

io-blk.so
· Configuration ·
cache size
· Floppy disks ·

io-graphics
· Automatically detecting your card · Manually setting up your video card · Setting up multiple displays ·

io-hid
· Mice and keyboards · Touchscreens ·

io-net
· /dev · Are io-net and the drivers running? · Establishing a PPPoE session · Ethernet adapters · Running multiple instances of the TCP/IP stack · Software components for Qnet networking · Software components for TCP/IP networking · Start the driver ·
CIFS
· CIFS filesystem ·
NFS
· NFS client ·
printing with
· Network manager ·
Qnet
· Are io-net and the drivers running? ·
starting
· /etc/system/sysinit · Starting the network manager, protocols, and drivers ·

io-net directory
· Is the Qnet protocol stack or Ethernet driver installed? · Is the TCP/IP protocol stack or Ethernet driver installed? ·

io-usb
· USB devices ·

_IO_READ
· File descriptor vs standard I/O ·

IP
· Overview of TCP/IP ·
addresses, mapping hostnames to
· How do I map hostnames to IP addresses? ·
filtering
· Setting up a firewall ·
sample configuration file
· ipf.conf ·
masquerading

See NAT (Network Address Translation)

nameservers
· Nameservers ·
security
· IPSec ·

ipf
· Starting IP Filter and NAT ·

IPL (Initial Program Loader)
· What happens when you boot? ·
code
· /boot ·

ipl-diskpc1
· What happens when you boot? ·

ipnat
· Starting IP Filter and NAT ·

IPSec
· IPSec ·
enabling
· overrides file or directory ·

ipstats
· How do I get the network status? · Tiny stack (npm-ttcpip.so) ·

IRQ (Interrupt Request line)
· Hardware Interrupt ·

ISA
cards
· ISA cards ·
modems
· ISA non-PnP ·

isapnp
· ISA PnP · PnP-based ·

ISDN
· Cable Modems / ISDN ·

ISO images, creating
· CDs ·

ISO-9660 filesystem
· CD-ROMs ·

ISO-Latin1 supplemental character set
· Filename rules ·

IVE_HOME
· Photon environment variables ·

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