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Old 07-11-2001
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I am a unix dumy, from where can i see the printer settings on the unix workstation?
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Old 07-11-2001
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hi u.

there is more than 1 way.

-- if you have got a graphic guy (CDE), there is an printer icon (bottom of desktop, 5th, from right side, left of "exit"-button.

-- other methode (graphic) is: type "admintool &". go there to "Printers" in the "Browse" menue.

-- when you know the name of your printer, there are a large
bunch of command (solaris!): lpadmin, lpq, lpstat etc...

best you look to "man lp", and at the bottom of the manpage you find all commands for printers/printing.

hope this helps,
cheers, alex...
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Old 07-11-2001
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hi alex,
thanx 4 the advice...

rgds,
damianSmilie
 

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