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Posted on 1998-10-01
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how can i print from a telnet session?
ie. i'm doing homework (unix stuff) through a telnet
session linked to the school, i can't just do an lpr,
it doesn't work.
is there a way to copy from telnet then use something like
emacs or xemacs to print out the file?
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you can print it only to network printer in your school but you can save it and you can use ftp to download it and open it on your computer and print out
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how do i ftp it from linux? or win95?
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Both linux and und Windows 95 have a ftp client. Use ftp host-name (or Ip-number) in Linux and search for ftp in Windows 95 (normaly it's in the c:\windows directory).
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