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hpjetdirect/tcp/spooler

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sco 5.0.4 (TCP/IP) installed jetdirect card setup using hp sco install printed test page and pinged to printer using both Laser & IP address. Logged in on Sco as # root could print using lp and lpr command , but unable to print when logged in as a user at $ lp sample.txt
tells me job is submitted but not in print queue no were to
be found. Also tryed lp -d Laser sample.txt. I think a Permission Problem but where. sample.txt had rw permissions for user.
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Check your logfile for the printer daemon, you can try also to configure the spooling daemon to send you an e-mail wherever ther is a problem.
  The log file could be in /var/spool/lp/logs but could be somewhere else; check where it is left.
  If there is a device associated to your printer (even if it is a dummy device or the /dev/null device) check that the permissions allow everybody to read and write to it.

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