printing under command line
Long time no see! Today I am going to have a very exciting thing:
printing under command line in linux
Which is very useful if you need to do the work very fluently!
cups and its pdf converter by:
After this, you should have both
if your computer get right connected with printer(cups will install some printer drivers on your PC).
Now let us see what printers you can access to.
[rugal@domba-06 mnt]> sudo lpstat -p printer cms is idle. enabled since Mon 11 Aug 2014 01:59:05 PM CDT printer Coral is idle. enabled since Fri 16 Jan 2015 01:26:41 PM CST Data file sent successfully printer Diamond is idle. enabled since Fri 16 Jan 2015 02:01:54 PM CST Data file sent successfully printer Emerald is idle. enabled since Fri 16 Jan 2015 02:07:52 PM CST Data file sent successfully printer Fluorite is idle. enabled since Wed 23 Sep 2009 05:05:04 PM CDT printer Mail is idle. enabled since Tue 08 Jan 2013 01:24:36 PM CST printer Opal is idle. enabled since Fri 16 Jan 2015 09:58:30 AM CST Data file sent successfully printer Zircon is idle. enabled since Thu 15 Jan 2015 12:08:59 PM CST
no system default destination device for cms: socket://126.96.36.199:9100 device for Coral: pacups-lpd://coral/ device for Diamond: pacups-lpd://diamond/ device for Emerald: pacups-lpd://emerald/ device for Fluorite: pacups-socket://fluorite/ device for Mail: mailto://cs.umanitoba.ca/application/pdf device for Opal: pacups-lpd://opal/ device for Zircon: pacups-socket://zircon/
Take instance if you want to print something with
Diamond printer, you need to:
lp you could specify a lot of printing options, for instance do
two side printing if your printer supported:
But the bad thing is, you could only print
I cannot wait to use it! Have a try!