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mk-amd-map - create database maps for Amd



      mk-amd-map - create database maps for Amd


      mk-amd-map [-p] mapname


      mk-amd-map creates the database maps used by the keyed map lookups in
      amd(8).  It reads input from the named file and outputs them to a correā€
      spondingly named hashed database.
      The -p option prints the map on standard output instead of generating a
      database.  This is usually used to merge continuation lines into one
      physical line.
      amd.conf(5), amd(8)


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