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adding a print que in aix 4.2

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i would go smit printers correct?
i see the option for printer spooling and printer/plotter devices i'm not sure what selction to choose

i have a list of instructions here for aix 4

that say

'select other as printer type
select generic printer
select 2) do not make it a bootp server
fill in the ascii box with the queue name (use the hostname)

i don't see any of those options when i go smit printers

thanks
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Have a look at the detail instructions in the following FAQ:
http://www.perle.com/support/faqs/linkstream2000_LPD.html#part2

Also have a look at:
http://www.tek-tips.com/gfaqs.cfm/lev2/3/lev3/20/pid/52/fid/3563

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better is to start # smitty spooler, it is quite self-explaining
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