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Date: Sat, 13 Oct 2001 13:07:13 -0400 From: Tony Lawrence <firstname.lastname@example.org> Subject: Re: HP 970CSe Printing Problems "Alyssa, Jay & Tracy Kingston" wrote: > > Hi Tony: > > Thanks for the information, I appreciate your help. I looked on the HP web > site and found the control codes for the DeskJet series that I am working > with. I am not sure but I think that Lotus prints the multiple page jobs > fine. Where it appears to run into trouble is when the job finishes and the > next job is started. I am inclined to think that the problem is when a job > completes and starts the next job, something may be missing instructing the > printer that the job is complete. I will check into it further. The way to find out is to "disable printername", print, and then look in /usr/spool/lp/temp to see what Lotus actually sent. Read the /SCOFAQ/scotec7.html if you don't understand that.
> > As far as WP 5.1 Unix is concerned your probably right. I will look at the > manual and see what words of wisdom it has. One question, what is the name > of the system spooler? If I have to select this I should know what I am > selecting, perhaps the manual will cover this as well. Whatever printer you want to use: the same names that show up in lpstat. > > One last question, the client wants to upgrade the version of SCO Unix that > they are currently running (version 5.0.5a). I know that 5.0.6 is available, > any thoughts or gottchas to know about before hand? I have downloaded the > upgrade instruction sheet and I have been going through this but any > practical experience would be appreciated. See /Unixart/upgrades.html -- Tony Lawrence SCO/Linux Support Tips, How-To's, Tests and more:
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