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SYNOPSIS

       sitar|sitar.pl    --format=format   --outfile=file  --help
       --version

       Available formats: html, tex, yast1, yast2


DESCRIPTION

       Prepare system information using perl, reading  the  /proc
       filesystem.  Output  is  in  HTML and LaTeX (planned: XML,
       SQL) and can be converted to PostScript and PDF. Sitar  is
       an  ancient  Indian  instrument  as  well  (see  "HISTORY"
       below).


OPTIONS

       --help
           Prints a short summary of options.

       --version
           Prints the sitar version

       --format=format
           Tell SITAR, which output format to use. At the  moment
           four formats are supported:

           tex
           html
           yast1
           yast2
       --outfile=file
           All  formatted output will be stored in the file given
           here.  Please don't forget to give the right extension
           here:  ".html"  for HTML, ".tex" for LaTeX, ".sel" for
           YaST-Selection-files.


ERRORS

       The program  may  silently  fail  if  either  the  "/proc"
       Filesystem does not exist or the program is not startet by
       the "root" user.


DIAGNOSTICS

       While running, stdout  is  redirected  to  the  designated
       "outfile" file. So one will find diagnostics in this file;
       this (not  very  helpful)  behaviour  may  change  in  the
       future.


EXAMPLES

       For generating a HTML documentation type as user "root":

       "sitar.pl --format=html --outfile=/tmp/$HOSTNAME.html"

       For PDF type as user "root":

       RedHat Linux. So finally  these  Linux  Systems  are  sup­
       ported: SuSE Linux, United Linux, Debian, RedHat.

       For      more      information      on     SITAR,     see:
       http://sitar.berlios.de/


LICENSE

       Copyright (C) 1999-2003 SuSE Linux AG

       This program is free software;  you  can  redistribute  it
       and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public
       License as published  by  the  Free  Software  Foundation;
       either  version  2 of the License, or (at your option) any
       later version.

       This program is distributed in the hope that  it  will  be
       useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied
       warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS  FOR  A  PARTICULAR
       PURPOSE.  See  the  GNU  General  Public  License for more
       details.

       You should have received a copy of the GNU General  Public
       License along with this program; if not, write to the Free
       Software Foundation, Inc., 675  Mass  Ave,  Cambridge,  MA
       02139, USA.


HISTORY

       The sitar is the invention of Amir Shusru, the famous poet
       and singer attached to the Court of Sultan Alauddin Khilju
       of  Delhi (1295-1315). This is the most popular instrument
       in Northern India. The sitar  is  a  lute-like  instrument
       with  a  long  fretted  neck and a resonating gourd. It is
       plucked by the index finger of the left hand fitted with a
       plectrum  made  of wire. Sitars generally have 6 or 7 main
       playing strings which run above the frets,  and  an  addi­
       tional  12  or  more  sympathetic  strings  which give the
       instrument a shimmering echo when played. The frets herein
       are  movable  and  can  be adjusted according to the scale
       selected to be played upon. The sitar is  also  called  as
       satar and sundari.

perl v5.8.1                 2003-09-23                   SITAR(1)

An undefined database error occurred. SELECT distinct pages.pagepath,pages.pageid FROM pages, page2command WHERE pages.pageid = page2command.pageid AND commandid =


  




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