[1]  UNIX is a registered trademark of USL in the USA and some other countries.

[2]  References of the form X(Y) mean the entry named X in section Y of the ``UNIX Programmer's Manual''.

[3]  You can thank System V intransigence and POSIX duplicity for requiring that 512-byte blocks be the units that programs report.

[4]  The defaults are to set interleave to 1 and npsect to nsect. This is correct on most drives; it affects only performance (usually virtually unmeasurably).

[5]  Ethernet is a trademark of the Xerox Corporation.

[6]  If you are unfamiliar with the Internet addressing structure, consult ``Address Mappings'', Internet RFC-796, J. Postel; available from the Internet Network Information Center at SRI.