SCO OpenServer clients
On SCO OpenServer clients, the RLP commands are
lp, lpmove, cancel, and lpstat.
These commands work just like their non-RLP
counterparts when invoked with no
options and when invoked with the following supported options:
modify an earlier print request of a job still in the local queue.
lp -L spooler|local|live=<device>
local or spooled printing
lp -T file_type
type of input files
lp -o length=scaled_number
lp -o width=scaled_number
lp -o lpi=scaled_number
lp -o cpi=scaled_number
lp -o stty='stty_options'
lp -o other_local_options
as defined locally
lp -o nofilebreak
no inter-file form feed
lp -o nobanner
no banner page
lp -m | -w
mail/write when done
lp -H hold
hold -- do not print until notified. The print job will remain on the
spool on the local machine instead of going to the remote printer.
Other print requests will go ahead of a held request until it is resumed.
lp -H immediate
print the request next. The printer will attempt to print the job at queue
lp -H resume
resume a previously held request.
make copies first
use no filter
remove after spooling
no request-id message
output requests status
available printers and printer status
lpstat -p list -D
give printer description
pathnames of associated devices
lpstat -c classes
show available classes
lpstat -u users
show status of user requests
lpstat -f forms
show available forms
lpstat -S char_sets,print_wheels
show available fonts
show default destination
show status of spooler
show summary status
show status of everything
Multiple lp options specified with the -o
option must be strung consecutively within double quotes
and separated by commas. For example,
lp -o "nobanner, length=10" is valid, while
lp -o nobanner -o length=10 is not.
The variable ``all'' is allowed with the
-a, -c, -f, -o, -p,
-S, -u, -v options for
Only the options listed above are supported for the lp
and lpstat commands when used for remote printing.
If one or more unsupported options are specified, they are ignored
and the print job is submitted without them.
If printing is to be done locally, all of the options that are
normally available for local printing are supported.
On an SCO OpenServer client, you must install RLP before you can
do remote printing. See
``Installing and removing RLP''
earlier in this chapter for more information.
manual pages for more information on the supported options.
For more about remote line printing
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SCO OpenServer Release 6.0.0 -- 05 June 2007