p11-kit:- is a command line tool that can be used to perform operations on PKCS#11 modules configured on the system.
package-cleanup:- clean up locally installed, duplicate, or orphaned packages (Ex:- package-cleanup –cleandupes)
pam_console_apply:- set or revoke permissions for users at the system console
pam-panel-icon:- A notification area indicator of pam_timestamp status
pam_tally2:- The login counter (tallying) module
pam_timestamp_check:- Check to see if the default timestamp is valid
pango-querymodules-64:- collects information about loadable modules for Pango and writes it to stdout.
pango-view:- Pango text viewer
parted:- parted is a program to manipulate disk partitions.
partprobe:- inform the OS of partition table changes (Ex:- partprobe)
partx:- tell the Linux kernel about the presence and numbering of on-disk partitions
passwd:- update user's authentication tokens
paste:- Write lines consisting of the sequentially corresponding lines from each FILE, separated by TABs, to standard output.  With no FILE, or when FILE is -, read standard input.
patch:- apply a diff file to an original
pathchk:- check whether file names are valid or portable
pdbedit:- manage the SAM database (Database of Samba Users)
perl:- The Perl 5 language interpreter
perlbug:- how to submit bug reports on Perl
perldoc:- Look up Perl documentation in Pod format.
perlthanks:- how to submit bug reports on Perl
pethtool:- Display or change ethernet card settings (Ex:- pethtool –c –k –i)
pftp:- Internet file transfer program
pgawk:- pattern scanning and processing language
pgrep:- pgrep, pkill - look up or signal processes based on name and other attributes
pic:- compile pictures for troff or TeX
piconv:- is perl version of iconv, a character encoding converter widely available for various Unixen today.
pidof:- find the process ID of a running program. (Ex:- pidof <Process name> systemd)
pidstat:- Report statistics for Linux tasks. (Ex:- pidstat)
pifconfig:- display information about a network interface  (Ex:- pifconfig)
pinfo:- curses based lynx-style info browser
ping:- ping, ping6 - send ICMP ECHO_REQUEST to network hosts
ping6:- ping, ping6 - send ICMP ECHO_REQUEST to network hosts
pinky:- lightweight finger (Ex:- pinky -l root)
pivot_root:- change the root filesystem
pk12util:- Export and import keys and certificate to or from a PKCS #12 file and the NSS database
pkaction:- Get details about a registered action (Ex:- pkaction)
pkcheck:- Check whether a process is authorized
pkexec:- Execute a command as another user
pkg-config:- Return metainformation about installed libraries
pkill:- pgrep, pkill - look up or signal processes based on name and other attributes
pkla-admin-identities:- interprets configuration files described below to determine which users polkit(8) considers administrators, using a non-JavaScript configuration file format described below.
pkla-check-authorization:- interprets non-JavaScript configuration files described below to determine the response of polkit(8) to authorization queries.
pkttyagent:- is used to start a textual authentication agent for the subject specified by either --process or --system-bus-name. If neither of these options are given, the parent process is used.
pl2pm:- Rough tool to translate Perl4 .pl files to Perl5 .pm modules.
plipconfig:- fine tune PLIP device parameters
pluginviewer:- list loadable SASL plugins and their properties; Installed and properly configured auxprop mechanisms are: sasldb (Ex:- pluginviewer)
plymouth:- The plymouth sends commands to a running plymouthd. This is used during the boot process to control the display of the graphical boot splash.
plymouthd:- The plymouthd daemon is usually run out of the initrd. It does the heavy lifting of the plymouth system, logging the session and showing the splash screen.
plymouth-set-default-theme:- Set the plymouth theme
pmap:- report memory map of a process (Ex:- pmap [options] PID [PID ...]  (pmap -d 1))
pm-hibernate:- Suspend or Hibernate your computer (Ex:- pm-hibernate)
pm-is-supported:- Test whether suspend or hibernate is supported. (Ex:- pm-is-supported)
pm-powersave:- Put your computer into low power mode (Ex:- pm-powersave)
pm-suspend:- Suspend or Hibernate your computer (Ex:- pm-suspend)
pm-suspend-hybrid:- Suspend or Hibernate your computer
pm-utils-bugreport-info.sh:- can be used to print pm-utils bug report including your HW configuration and pm-utils logs.  This can help developers to diagnose problems regarding suspend / hibernate.
pod2html:- convert .pod files to .html files
pod2man:- Convert POD data to formatted *roff input
pod2text:- Convert POD data to formatted ASCII text
pod2usage:- print usage messages from embedded pod docs in files
postalias:- Postfix alias database maintenance
postcat:- show Postfix queue file contents
postconf:- Postfix configuration utility
postdrop:- Postfix mail posting utility
postfix:- Postfix control program
postkick:- kick a Postfix servic
postlock:- lock mail folder and execute command
postlog:- Postfix-compatible logging utility
postmap:- Postfix lookup table management
postmulti:- Postfix multi-instance manager
postqueue:- Postfix queue control
postsuper:- Postfix superintendent
poweroff:- halt, poweroff, reboot - Halt, power-off or reboot the machine
pppd:- Point-to-Point Protocol Daemon
pppdump:- convert PPP record file to readable format
pppoe-discovery:- perform PPPoE discovery
pppstats:- print PPP statistics
ppp-watch:- daemon to make PPP interfaces act more like other interfaces
pr:- convert text files for printing
preconv:- convert encoding of input files to something GNU troff understands
printenv:- print all or part of environment (Ex:- printenv)
printf:- format and print data
prlimit:- get and set a process resource limits. (Ex:- prlimit)
profiles:- A utility to report and change SIDs in registry files
ps:- report a snapshot of the current processes.
psed:- a stream editor
psfaddtable:- add a Unicode character table to a console font
psfgettable:- extract the embedded Unicode character table from a console font
psfstriptable:- remove the embedded Unicode character table from a console font
psfxtable:- handle Unicode character tables for console fonts
pstack:- print a stack trace of a running process (Ex:- pstack <process-id> (pstack 1))
pstruct:- c2ph, pstruct - Dump C structures as generated from "cc -g -S" stabs
ptx:- produce a permuted index of file contents
pushd:- pushd <directory> pushd <directory> pushd <directory> (Ex:- (pushd /etc) (pushd /home) (/home /etc ~/test ~).  Switch the directories and it will show the total paths.
pvchange:- change attributes of a physical volume
pvck:- check physical volume metadata
pvcreate:- initialize a disk or partition for use by LVM
pvdisplay:- display attributes of a physical volume
pvmove:- move physical extents
pvremove:- remove a physical volume
pvresize:- resize a disk or partition in use by LVM2
pvs:- report information about physical volumes
pvscan:- scan all disks for physical volumes
pwck:- verify integrity of password files
pwconv:- pwconv, pwunconv, grpconv, grpunconv - convert to and from shadow passwords and groups
pwd:- print name of current/working directory
pwdx:- report current working directory of a process
pwhistory_helper:- Helper binary that transfers password hashes from passwd or shadow to opasswd
pwmake:- simple tool for generating random relatively easily pronounceable passwords
pwscore:- simple configurable tool for checking quality of a password
pwunconv:- pwconv, pwunconv, grpconv, grpunconv - convert to and from shadow passwords and groups
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