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システムコールトエラー番号の紹介 - セクション 2 - manページ


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__syscall _exit accept access acct adjtime aio_cancel aio_error aio_read aio_return aio_suspend aio_waitcomplete aio_write bind brk chdir chflags chmod chown chroot clock_getres clock_gettime clock_settime close connect creat dup dup2 eaccess errno execve extattr extattr_delete_fd extattr_delete_file extattr_get_fd extattr_get_file extattr_set_fd extattr_set_file fchdir fchflags fchmod fchown fcntl fhopen fhstat fhstatfs flock fork fpathconf fstat fstatfs fsync ftruncate futimes getdents getdirentries getdtablesize getegid geteuid getfh getfsstat getgid getgroups getitimer getlogin getpeername getpgid getpgrp getpid getppid getpriority getresgid getresuid getrlimit getrusage getsid getsockname getsockopt gettimeofday getuid i386_get_ioperm i386_get_ldt i386_set_ioperm i386_set_ldt i386_vm86 intro ioctl issetugid jail jail_attach kenv kevent kill killpg kldfind kldfirstmod kldload kldnext kldstat kldsym kldunload kqueue kse kse_create kse_exit kse_release kse_switchin kse_thr_interrupt kse_wakeup ktrace lchflags lchmod lchown lgetfh link lio_listio listen lseek lstat lutimes madvise mincore minherit mkdir mkfifo mknod mlock mlockall mmap modfind modfnext modnext modstat mount mprotect msync munlock munlockall munmap nanosleep nfssvc nmount ntp_adjtime ntp_gettime open pathconf pipe poll posix_madvise pread profil ptrace pwrite quotactl read readlink readv reboot recv recvfrom recvmsg rename revoke rfork rmdir rtprio sbrk sched_get_priority_max sched_get_priority_min sched_getparam sched_getscheduler sched_rr_get_interval sched_setparam sched_setscheduler sched_yield select semctl semget semop send sendfile sendmsg sendto setegid seteuid setgid setgroups setitimer setlogin setpgid setpgrp setpriority setregid setresgid setresuid setreuid setrlimit setsid setsockopt settimeofday setuid

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