machinectl:- may be used to introspect and control the state of the systemd. (Ex:- machinectl)
mail:- send and receive Internet mail
mailq:- Postfix to Sendmail compatibility interface
mailq.postfix:- command implements the Postfix to Sendmail compatibility interface. For the sake of compatibility with existing applications, some Sendmail command-line options are recognized but silently ignored.
mailx:- is an intelligent mail processing system, which has a command syntax reminiscent of ed(1) with lines replaced by messages.
make:- This man page is an extract of the documentation of GNU make. It is updated only occasionally, because the GNU project does not use nroff. For complete, current documentation, refer to the Info file make.info which is made from the Texinfo source file make.texi.
makedumpfile:- With kdump, the memory image of the first kernel (called "panicked kernel") can be taken as /proc/vmcore while the second kernel (called "kdump kernel" or "capture kernel") is running.
man:- an interface to the on-line reference manuals
mandb:- is used to initialise or manually update index database caches that are usually maintained by man.
manpath:- If $MANPATH is set, manpath will simply display its contents and issue a warning. If not, manpath will determine a suitable manual page hierarchy search path and display the results.
mapscrn:- The mapscrn command is obsolete - its function is now built-in into setfont. However, for backwards compatibility it is still available as a separate command. (Ex:- mapscrn)
matchpathcon:- get the default SELinux security context for the specified path from the file contexts configuration
mcookie:- generate magic cookies for xauth
md5sum:- compute and check MD5 message digest
mdadm:- RAID devices are virtual devices created from two or more real block devices. This allows multiple devices (typically disk drives or partitions thereof) to be combined into a single device to hold (for example) a single filesystem.
mdmon:- monitor MD external metadata arrays
mesg:- control write access to your terminal
mii-diag:- controls the access to your terminal by others. It's typically used to allow or disallow other users to write to your terminal (see write(1)).
mii-tool:- view, manipulate media-independent interface status
mkdir:- Create the DIRECTORY(ies), if they do not already exist.
mkdosfs:- create an MS-DOS filesystem under Linux
mkdumprd:- creates an initial ram file system for use in conjunction with the booting of a kernel within the kdump framework for crash recovery.
mke2fs:- create an ext2/ext3/ext4 filesystem.
mkfifo:- Create named pipes (FIFOs) with the given NAMEs.
mkfs:- build a Linux filesystem
mkfs.btrfs:- is used to create a btrfs filesystem (usually in a disk partition, or an array of disk partitions).
mkfs.cramfs:- Files on cramfs file systems are zlib-compressed one page at a time to allow random read access. The metadata is not compressed, but is expressed in a terse representation that is more space-efficient than conventional file systems.
mkfs.ext2:- create an ext2/ext3/ext4 filesystem
mkfs.ext3:- create an ext2/ext3/ext4 filesystem
mkfs.ext4:- create an ext2/ext3/ext4 filesystem
mkfs.fat:- create an MS-DOS filesystem under Linux
mkfs.minix:- creates a Linux MINIX filesystem on a device (usually a disk partition).
mkfs.msdos:- is used to create an MS-DOS filesystem under Linux on a device (usually a disk partition).
mkfs.vfat:- is used to create an MS-DOS filesystem under Linux on a device (usually a disk partition).
mkfs.xfs:- constructs an XFS filesystem by writing on a special file using the values found in the arguments of the command line.
mkhomedir_helper:- is a helper program for the pam_mkhomedir module that creates home directories and populates them with contents of the specified skel directory.
mkinitrd:- creates an initramfs image <initrd-image> for the kernel with version <kernel-version> by calling "dracut".
mklost+found:- create a lost+found directory on a mounted Linux second extended file system
mknod:- Create the special file NAME of the given TYPE. make block or character special files.
mkocp:- is used to create or recreate Omega Compiled Process files (binary) from Omega Translation Process (text) files.
mkofm:- takes all ARGS and passes them to mktextfm(1). For more information about appropriate arguments, see mktextfm(1). front end to mktextfm(1)
mkswap:- sets up a Linux swap area on a device or in a file.
mktemp:- Create a temporary file or directory, safely, and print its name.
mktexlsr:- create ls-R databases
mktexmf:- create a Metafont source file
mktexpk:- create a PK file for a font
mktextfm:- create a TFM file for a font
modinfo:- Show information about a Linux Kernel module
modprobe:- Add and remove modules from the Linux Kernel
modutil:- Manage PKCS #11 module information within the security module database.
more:- is a filter for paging through text one screenful at a time.
mount:- All files accessible in a Unix system are arranged in one big tree, the file hierarchy, rooted at /. (Ex:- mount)
mount.nfs:- mount.nfs, mount.nfs4 - mount a Network File System.
mount.nfs4:- mount.nfs, mount.nfs4 - mount a Network File System
mountpoint:- see if a directory is a mountpoint (Ex:- mountpoint)
mountstats:- Displays NFS client per-mount statistics (Ex:- mountstats)
mpstat:- Report processors related statistics. (Ex:- mpstat)
msgattrib:- attribute matching and manipulation on message catalog
msgcat:- combines several message catalogs.
msgcmp:- compare message catalog and template
msgcomm:- match two message catalogs
msgconv:- character set conversion for message catalog
msgen:- create English message catalog
msgexec:- process translations of message catalog
msgfilter:- edit translations of message catalog
msgfmt:- compile message catalog to binary format
msggrep:- pattern matching on message catalog
msghack:- alter PO files in ways
msginit:- initialize a message catalog
msgmerge:- merge message catalog and template
msgunfmt:- uncompile message catalog from binary format
msguniq:- unify duplicate translations in message catalog
mtr:- a network diagnostic tool (Ex:- mtr)mv:- move (rename) files.