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A sample configuration file (/etc/lp/printers/hp1) for the printer hp1 is shown here:
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Banner: on: always Content types: PS Device: /dev/term/a Interface: /usr/lib/lp/model/standard Modules: default Printer type: PS
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This configuration states that banners are always printed, PostScript and ASCII files are supported, the device /dev/term/a is used to send print output, and the standard interface (/usr/lib/lp/model/standard) will be used with default modules.
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To access a central print service from a client, you can use the lpadmin command to set up an association. To allow local access to a printer called samuel on the host mason, you would execute the following command from the client:
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# lpadmin -p samuel -s mason
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Optionally, you can associate a description with the printer samuel:
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# lpadmin -p samuel -D "epson 2500 on mason"
Users on the local system should now be able to obtain status information for the printer samuel:
# lpstat -p samuel printer samuel is idle. enabled since Jan 24 14:28 2004. available.
Using Forms and Filters
Many businesses deal with form letters as a matter of course. These are predesigned templates for creating bulk copies of letters and other types of forms. Users are responsible for creating their own forms, by defining characteristics such as character size, ink color, page length, and page width. Forms can be set up to support preprinted stationery, in which users insert text within predefined areas. The following form can be used to print a standard two-page financial summary, 48 lines length, and 80 characters in width. The character pitch size is 12, with characters being printed in black Courier.
Page length: 48 Page width: 60 Number of pages: 2
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Line pitch: 6 Character pitch: 12 Character set choice: courier Ribbon color: black Comment: Financial summary form
If the form is stored in the file /etc/lp/forms/financial.fmd, then the lpforms command can be used to make the form available for use:
# lpforms -f financial -F /etc/lp/forms/financial.fmd
To use the form, any existing forms must first be unmounted and any jobs that have been sent to the printer must be rejected. This allows customized stationery to be loaded. Once the form has been loaded into the system, print requests can be accepted once again. The following example shows the command sequence for loading the form financial.fmd for the printer ainsley, after first unmounting the bank.fmd form:
# # # # reject ainsley lpadmin -p ainsley -M -f bank lpadmin -p ainsley -M -f financial accept ainsley
Print filters extend the concept of a UNIX filter, since output from a print request is piped through a print filter as standard input, to produce a modified version of the original text. Typically, some kind of transposition or interpretation occurs between input and output. Commonly used filters include those that convert ditroff, dmd, plot, and tek files to PostScript. New filters can be added to the system by using the lpfilter command. For example, if you developed a new image processing system that prepared documents in a format called fract, a new filter to convert these files to PostScript could be installed by using the following command:
# lpfilter f fract F /etc/lp/fd/fract.fd
You can use the following command to delete this filter when it is no longer required:
# lpfilter f fract -x
Command Reference
The following commands can be used to manage Solaris printing.
Solaris Print Manager
The Solaris print manager provides a more sophisticated view of current printer settings by displaying a list of all printers that are known to the local system, as well as their
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configuration settings. (There is an equivalent GNOME print manager.) You can set display options for the print manager that make it easy to customize views based on local site preferences. Figure 18-1, for example, shows the default view on a network that has three printers available: yasimov, henryov, and prova. The entry [Empty] appears next to the icon for each printer because no jobs are currently being processed by any of the printers. The details of print jobs can be minimized for each printer by clicking the minus ( ) symbol next to the appropriate icon. You can open the printer Properties window for each printer defined on the system. For the printer yasimov, the current properties are shown in Figure 18-2. Several key characteristics are noted in the Properties window: The icon label, which is usually the name of the printer (yasimov) The icon set to be used for the printer A description of the printer The name of the printer queue The status of the printer queue The name of the printer device The status of the printer device
FIGURE 18-1
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