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Is it possible to find the printer location and printer type (whether it is local or network) using command in Linux ?
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2. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users
Hi. I have a project where I intend to connect a simple Infra-Red circuit to a computer. I must then make a software to control this device via software, i.e., I will not be using microcontrollers in the circuit.
I believe the best way to do it is using the serial port, /dev/ttyS0, and the... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: tigreped
Let me first give a small overview of the setup. All printers are connected to Windows 2000 servers. There are a lot of UNIX (AIX & HP-UX) servers as well which have SAP running.
I'm working on a script to add printers to a specified SAP instance. I want to verify the user input (to... (0 Replies)
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I am trying to configure printer in solaris 10 with the help of print manager. There is no printer attached to my system, ia m doing it for test purpose. However I am unable to do so coz its pops up window - Heading as error with option as dismiss and cancel. Kindly help as I am... (3 Replies)
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We were printing to a serial laser printer with all the HP codes to generate a form (i.e. lines, boxes, etc.) Thus the file is filled w/ control codes. We are switching to an IP printer and we can no longer print directly to the device (i.e. cp text /dev/tty11). It looks like we have to use the lp... (2 Replies)
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I want to print some thing in HP Deskjet 692.? (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: edvaldo
On my network I have three win 2k and 4 unix machines(sun 7). At on time I could print from the unix machines but now all I can print from is the windows machines. The print server is on a window machine. When I boot the unix machine it show's the printer is recognized. when I ping the printer it... (1 Reply)
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