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local print in Red Hat Linux or Slackware Linux

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Local printing in Red Hat Linux print

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Local printing in Slackware Linux print
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Please tell me how we can do print a file that no one line jump.
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What print software are you using?  What drivers?  What kind of machine is it?  What kind of printer is it?  What distro of Slackware and Redhat are you using?
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Pls give more info!!
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