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Re: [nv-l] xnmgraph output to JPEG etc.

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Subject: Re: [nv-l] xnmgraph output to JPEG etc.
From: Paul <pstroud@bellsouth.net>
Date: Wed, 14 Jul 2004 07:53:30 -0400
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There are a number of Open Source plotting applications. You
have the raw data(if you want it), so you might want to look at
one of those. If you follow that path, you might find this link
useful: http://linux.tucows.com/education_plotting_default.html.

I think you will find most of these packages will offer more
"flexibility" than xnmgraph.


Qureshi, Fawad wrote:

NV 7.1.3 / AIX 5.1

I have a CGI script that executes xnmgraph for displaying bandwidth utilization. Currently it uses exceed to display the output back to the user. Thus people without exceed installed are unable to use the tool. Anyway I can dump the xnmgraph output to a JPEG or some other format that I can display on my HTML web page? Thanks.

**Cheers **

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**Fawad Qureshi**

**Division of Network Engineering - SSA / RSIS**


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