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I have Solaris 2.6 (Intel edition)
I have a HP 660C printer (/dev/lp1)
I can print any text file when I use the "lp" command
("lp /etc/group" for instance).
I have installed Lotus Notes 4.6 and I can't print
I have select the printer that match better the HP660C
but I always get this message "Printer errr".
What could I do?
Thank you !
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Does Lotus Notes output postscript?
Is there a configuration file which you can use to tailor the command which is used by Notes for printing?
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Yes ! there is a configuration file (.Xpdefaults)
In this file, there is the command "lp -t$variable" and many configuration command
for printers (PCL5, PostScript, and so on).
Even the "lp" command" is not correct, I think the message "printer error" is not
enough explicit !!!
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