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directory may contain files that define print filters. A list of these filters is maintained in the file /etc/lp/filter.table, while locally developed forms are stored in /etc/lp/forms. Print cartridge data is located under the /etc/lp/pwheels directory, while configuration data for supported printers is stored in the /etc/lp/printers directory.
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The terminfo database is just a set of hierarchical directories that contains files that define communication settings for each printer type. Printers from different vendors are defined in files that sit in a subdirectory whose name is defined by the first letter of the vendor s name. Thus, the directory /usr/share/lib/terminfo contains the following entries:
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# ls /usr/share/lib/terminfo 1 3 5 7 9 a b d f g 2 4 6 8 A B c e G H
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For example, if you wanted to see which Epson printers are supported under Solaris 10, you would change to the root directory of the terminfo database and then to the subdirectory in which Epson drivers are found (/usr/share/lib/terminfo/e). This directory contains drivers for the following printers:
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2 2 2 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 2 1 1
bin bin bin bin bin bin bin bin bin bin bin bin bin bin bin bin bin bin
bin bin bin bin bin bin bin bin bin bin bin bin bin bin bin bin bin bin
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Sep Sep Sep Sep Sep Sep Sep Sep Sep Sep Sep Sep Sep Sep Sep Sep Sep Sep
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
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emots env230 envision230 ep2500+basic ep2500+color ep2500+high ep2500+low ep40 ep4000 ep4080 ep48 epson2500 epson2500-80 epson2500-hi epson2500-hi80 ergo4000 esprit ethernet
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You can see that the Epson 2500, for example, has its settings contained within the file ep2500+basic. However, several other versions of the printer driver are available, including ep2500+color and ep2500+high.
Setting Up Printer Classes
A set of printers can be grouped together to form a class. When you set up a printer class, users can specify the class (rather than individual printers) as the destination for a print request. This can be useful, for example, when the printers are located in different buildings, or where the printing load needs to balanced across multiple printers. These class definitions are stored in the directory /etc/lp/classes. A file is created for each printer class, with the filename set to the name of the class. The file contains a list of all printers belonging to the class. To add a printer to the class, you can either manually edit the appropriate class file or use the lpadmin command. For example, either of the following commands would add the printer hp2 to the class bubblejets:
# cat "hp2" >> /etc/lp/classes/bubblejets # lpadmin -p hp2 -c bubblejets
Examples
The following examples demonstrate how to set up print services for Solaris.
Configuring Print Services
The place to start configuring print services is the configuration of the printers entry in the /etc/nsswitch.conf file, where your local naming service is used to resolve printer names. For example, if you use only file-based naming resolution, the printers entry in /etc/nsswitch.conf file would look like this:
printers: files
Alternatively, if you use Network Information Service (NIS), the entry would look like this:
printers: files nis
Finally, if you use NIS+, the entry would contain the following:
printers: nisplus files xfn
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It is also possible that individual users will define printers in the file ~/.printers, in which case, the /etc/nsswitch.conf printer configuration entry determines the order in which the ~/.printers file should be consulted. For individual users, the environment variables LPDEST and PRINTER can be set to indicate which printer should be used as the default. For example, the following command sets the default printer for the current user to be the local hp1 printer:
$ PRINTER=hp1; export PRINTER
The LPDEST environment variable can be set in the same manner:
$ LPDEST=hp1; export LPDEST
Adding a Local Printer
Next, you need to examine entries within the /etc/printers.conf file, which determines, for file-based name resolution, which printers are available to users of the local system. These printers may be connected locally through the parallel port, or they could be mounted remotely by using the Network File System (NFS) or Samba. A typical /etc/ printers.conf file looks like this:
$ cat /etc/printers.conf hp1:\ :bsdaddr=pserver,hp1,Solaris:\ :description=HP Primary: hp2:\ :bsdaddr=pserver,hp2,Solaris:\ :description=HP Secondary: _default:\ :use=hp1:
There are two printers defined in the printers.conf file: hp1 (default) and hp2. Each entry in the /etc/printers.conf file should have its own directory created under the /etc/lp/ printers directory. A number of files can exist in this directory for each printer, including the following: alert.sh alert.var comment users.deny users.grant Shell script that responds to alerts Contains alert variables Name of printer Individual printer configuration file List of users who are denied access to the printer List of users who are granted access to the printer
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