DSC(8) Debian GNU/Linux DSC(8)NAME
dsc - DNS Statistics Collector (collector daemon)
dsc [options] <conffile>
dsc is the collector component of DSC. It uses pcap to listen on a network interface and dumps data in XML format.
OPTIONS -d Debug mode. Exits after first write.
-f Foreground mode. Don't become a daemon.
-p Don't put interface in promiscuous mode.
Marc Haber <firstname.lastname@example.org> based on work by Alexander Wirt <email@example.com>.
Copyright for this man page 2006, 2010 by
Alexander Wirt <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Marc Haber <email@example.com>
This man page is licensed under the GNU General Public License v2.
DSC 2012-12-15 DSC(8)
Check Out this Related Man Page
PDF2DSC(1) Ghostscript Tools PDF2DSC(1)NAME
pdf2dsc - generate a PostScript page list of a PDF document
pdf2dsc input.pdf [ output.dsc ]
pdf2dsc uses gs(1) to read an Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF) document "input.pdf" and create a PostScript(tm) document "output.dsc"
that conforms to Adobe's Document Structuring Conventions (DSC) requirements.
This new document simply tells Ghostscript to read the PDF file and to display pages one at a time. The generated document can then be
viewed with any PostScript viewer based on Ghostscript, like ghostview(1) on Unix or GSview on Windows, with which the user can browse
through the pages of the PDF document in any order.
If no output file is named on the command line, the name of the output file is that of the input file with any extension removed, followed
by the extension ".dsc".
The DSC document uses Ghostscript-specific procedures. In addition, the original PDF document must be accessible when the DSC document is
You need the file "pdf2dsc.ps" (originally by Russell Lang) supplied with Ghostscript since release 3.53.
SEE ALSO gs(1), ghostview(1)VERSION
This document was last revised for Ghostscript version 9.07.
Yves Arrouye <firstname.lastname@example.org> and Russell Lang gsview at ghostgum.com.au
9.07 12 February 2013 PDF2DSC(1)
I print on an HP Laserjet 5si and HP 8000 Laserjet. We print reports in landscape and when the reports are printed the font size is too big and some of the report is cut off. Is there any other options that I could try to use to correct this. The printers are set up correctly. I just need to... (4 Replies)
I have been looking for a way to print a text file in landscape format with out sucess. I have also looked at thread post by yxiao. but this does not work for me. Any help would be greatful. I have redhat 7.2 and conneted to an HP 4100N printer. THANKS (2 Replies)
hi everybody ,
i was just wondering if anyone could tell me how to setup printing landscape from Solaris 9 . We have a hp laser jet 1300 printer connected to an hp jetdirect 1.75x print server. We have set it up to print Portrait but not landscape. Is there some sort of generic script I can use... (3 Replies)
This is probably a stupid question but I can't seem to find the answer I need anywhere.
I have an XML file that I need to be able to print in landscape because the text goes off the page when I try to print in portrait.
I can't find a way to do this using lp. I understand, from... (1 Reply)
I can print lanscape to a printer in solaris 9 but it won't work in solaris 10 to the same printer. I'm using the same configuration and the same command which is below. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
lp -d hp4100 -o "c landscape" filename (4 Replies)
I've looked around and am able to print landscape to a PCL 5 printer with this command:
lp -o landscape -o cpi=20 -o page-right=30 -o page-left=30
-d <printer> <file>.
Which gives me a nice 200 columns.
But, when I send the same output and the same commands to a PCL 6 printer, it comes... (3 Replies)
I am trying to compile pro*c program on aix 5.3. The program compiled fine when I was using curses library. After switching to ncurses, I have started getting compilation errors. After installing ncurses on the box, I changed the -lcurses flag to -lncurses. I have also updated the path to the... (13 Replies)
I am trying to assign the output of a dscl command (contains name<spaces>id) to a variable as an array. Currently I am piping the output into a tmp file, then reading the tmp file into an array, then parsing the array. I would like to bypass creating the tmp file portion of... (6 Replies)
I have two Linux servers on which IBM Sterling ConnectDirect is installed. I want to transfer a file from server(abc20) to abc19.
I have edited userfile.cfg & netmap.cfg on both the server still file transfer is not happening. Also the file is getting transferred from abc20 to abc20 itself... (5 Replies)
I understand SP is a separate processor use for management purposes.
I understand XSCF is the management facility (similar to IDRAC, ILOM etc).
I understand that we can create multiple domains in a SPARC machine (something like VM) and we can install OS in it.
I am able to use... (4 Replies)
OS: SLES 11.3 x86_64
Should I be using the sharedscripts config command for my logrotate configuration, given the info below?
I made it so the server sending the log data will do Syslog pushes of 3 types of logs to my SLES server, and all 3 logs will be written into the same... (3 Replies)