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Jet Direct Card & SCO UNIX

Posted on 1998-09-10
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When printing to a HP Laserjet4 with a jet direct card from SCO I cannot get a carraige return / linefeed, it works OK from AIX.
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To add or remove the extra formfeed you need to edit
/usr/spool/lp/admins/lp/interfaces/myprintername
where myprintername is the name of your printer within unix.
Go to the bottom of the file and locate the line that reads:
    echo "/f/c"

vince usaraga
usaraga@mac-addict.com
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