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Verify what progress or percentage complete a particular print job is

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Hi Guys,
Is there any tricks to determine what percentage complete a particular print job is on Unix.
using lpstat command or something


Cheers


B Cunney





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I don't think there's anything in a standard Unix print system that can do this, sorry.
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Not that bad - it tells when it is printing and when it is printed, today's printers are returning lpd status, so you can get to know how it goes on printer too.
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