>>>>> "Seneca" == Seneca <email@example.com> writes: Seneca> On Sun, Oct 06, 2002 at 06:31:24PM -0400, infotechsys wrote: >> I used Steve Hunger's CD to install potatoe on Seneca> Potato's a bit old, why not upgrade to Woody? >> my son's cpu. When I entered command "lpstat" the reply was that the >> command was not known. So, I entered "dpkg -s *" and the following >> lines appeared- Package: lpr Status: install ok not-installed >> Priorty: standard Section: net Seneca> lpstat is in lprng and cupsys-client, not lpr With lpr, you get lpq, which is roughly analogous to lpstat. lpstat is the System V-style command, while lpq is the BSD-style. For the commands that I know, System V BSD -------- --- lp lpr lpstat lpq cancel lprm There may be others, but those are the only ones I use. If you install lprng, it will replace lpr. If you install cupsys-client, you will want to install cupsys, and will have no need for lpr. I would suggest using cupsys (+ cupsys-client + cupsys-bsd) as it has a nice friendly web interface (point your browser to http://localhost:631/ after installing it). -- Hubert Chan <firstname.lastname@example.org> - http://www.uhoreg.ca/ PGP/GnuPG key: 1024D/124B61FA Fingerprint: 96C5 012F 5F74 A5F7 1FF7 5291 AF29 C719 124B 61FA Key available at wwwkeys.pgp.net. Encrypted e-mail preferred.
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