On Tue, 3 Sep 2002, Rosewood wrote: > I do a ps -waux|grep 5250 and nothing is running > I check the AS400 (WRKCFGSTS *DEV *PRT) and nothing is running > I run: > lp5250d env.DEVNAME=PRT03 > 'outputcommand=/usr/local/bin/scs2pdf>/tmp/spoolfile$$.pdf' 192.168.0.2 > That is using the same binary (did not re-compile), same devname, and > same as400 with no changes to the as400 either > I then refresh the wrkcfgsts screen and prt03 shows up just fine > I then do a printscreen on the as400 > So, I check to see if anything has come up and I get this: > -rw-rw-rw- 1 root root 0 Sep 3 13:54 > spoolfile15932.pdf After starting up lp5250d, what does WRKWTR say for PRT03? > When I wrote the previous email, if I would ps -waux|grep 5250, nothing > would show up. Now, it seems that it stays. I can continue to do > screen prints and it generates 0 file size pdf files > > I just tried running this command: > lp5250d env.DEVNAME=PRT03 'outputcommand=cat>/tmp/spoolfile$$.scs' > 192.168.0.2 > > And an .scs file was generated. (what would be the format to convert > that to pdf from the command line? I tried cat file.scs > scs2pdf > > file.pdf ?? But that didn't seem to work) This can be done by typing: cat spoolfile17226.scs | scs2pdf > testpdf.pdf James Rich
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