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Is there an equivalent on Linux for the Unix command :   lp -o raw filename   ?
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As far as know, this would be the default option anyway, unless the printer has been configured to use a specific driver. Redhat 9.0 ships with cups as the default printing sytem - lp,lpr,lpc etc are only included for backward compatiability and dont  support as many options as the original commands.
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