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It is possible to further modify the display of printer sets in print manager by selecting View | Set Options, as shown in Figure 18-3. The following options are available: Whether to use large icons or small icons to represent printers, and whether to display each printer s name only or its full details Whether to show all jobs on the printer or only the jobs of the current user Whether to display various flags when errors are encountered How often to update the display of printers on the system
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The lp (line printer) commands predate the admintool and Solaris Print Manager interfaces and are most likely to be used by experienced Solaris administrators. They are typically used to add and delete local and remote printer entries and to perform a number of other administrative tasks. After a printer is configured, it s then easy to submit jobs, as demonstrated in the following examples. To submit a PostScript job to the printer hp1 on the local server, use the command
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After the job has been spooled, the printer will interpret the PostScript commands embedded in the file correctly. If your printer does not support PostScript, you will be printing the embedded PostScript codes and not the rendered document. The d flag is
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FIGURE 18-3
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used to specify the name of the printer (hp1). If a printer is not specified, the job will be sent to the default printer. A similar command can be used to spool a text file to the same printer:
$ lp file.txt
A large number of options can be passed to lp for various purposes. For example, instead of issuing the lp command 50 times to print 50 copies of a report, you could use the following command:
$ lp n 50 report.txt
Alternatively, if you are printing a large job, you can use the m option to specify that you want to be notified by e-mail when the job has finished printing:
$ lp m bigjob.ps
As an alternative to lp, you can use the POSIX style of printing to submit jobs. This involves specifying both the print server and printer name, rather than just the printer name. This ensures that no conflict exists between printers of the same name that are attached to different hosts. For example, the server admin could have a printer called hp1, as could the server finance: if you pass d hp1 on the command line with lp, which printer would be selected for your job To make sure the correct printer is used, you need to specify both the server and printer on the command line. For the host admin, here is the PostScript example again, this time using the POSIXcompliant format:
$ lpr -P admin:hp1 file.ps
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If you want to print to the hp1 server attached to the server finance, you could use the following command instead:
$ lpr -P finance:hp1 file.ps
cancel
A print job can be easily cancelled by using the cancel command and passing the job s ID to the command. For example, to cancel the job hp1-212, you would use the following command:
# cancel hp1-212
lpadmin
lpadmin is a printing administration utility that is used to add and configure printers. Adding a printer or modifying its operating characteristics is usually performed with a number of lpadmin commands. To set a printer name and port, use the following command:
# lpadmin -p hp2 -v /dev/null
This command sets the port to /dev/null for the printer hp2. To specify the printer software type to be used, use the following command:
# lpadmin -p hp2 -m netstandard
This command would force the hp2 printer to use the netstandard printing software. To set the protocol and timeout parameters, use the following command:
# lpadmin -p hp2 -o dest=montana:hp2 -o protocol=tcp -o timeout=5
This command specifies that hp2 (being mounted from the server montana) would use the TCP protocol and would have a timeout of 5 seconds. If the hp2 printer is no longer attached to the system, its data could be removed with the following command:
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