Printer definition file on HP

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Old 11-29-2001
Data Printer definition file on HP

I'm looking for the definition file for printers on HP. Can I implement printers.conf like on SUN ?

Thanks for your helpSmilie

Last edited by annececile; 11-29-2001 at 09:38 AM..
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Old 11-30-2001
Manually configure printers on the HP-UX is not easy. [but possible when you know, what to do]. Use SAM - without problem ....
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Old 11-30-2001
My problem is that I need to change the print server for all the printers on about 50 HP workstations. The easiest way to do that is to send modified configuration files to all users. Could you give me the way to do it manually ?
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Old 11-30-2001
I didnt't work with HP-UX more than year, but
look to /etc/lp/interface directory and file with name of your printer. I think that file will be easily understand ...
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Old 11-30-2001
I have no way to test this...and I'm about to leave for vacation so I won't be around to help debug it...but here goes...
#! /usr/bin/ksh

/usr/lib/lpadmin -x$PRINT
/usr/lib/lpadmin -p$PRINT -mrmodel -v/dev/null -ocmrcmodel \
  -osmrsmodel -orm$HOST -orp$REALPRINT -ob3
#  If this is to be the default printer:
/usr/lib/lpadmin -d$PRINT
enable $PRINT
/usr/lib/accept $PRINT
exit 0

And don't put any spaces in by changing, say, "-p$PRINT" to "-p $PRINT" because it confuses lpadmin.
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