Re: question on using lpr
On Thu, 29 Jan 1998, Bob Nielsen wrote:
> This is because printers designed for PCs expect the MS-DOS <cr><lf> at
> the end of a line instead of <lf>. There information about this in either
> the Printing-HOWTO or the Printing-Usage-HOWTO (I forget which). The
> easiest way is to install either apsfilter or magicfilter, either of which
> will handle both text or PostScript files (using ghostscript).
aka stair step effect. Probably worthwhile to start off with magicfilter,
apsfilter has been orphaned (upstream I think).
> > mount -t msdos /dev/fd0 /floppy
> You will need to have it in /etc/fstab with a user option to do this.
Another option is mtools. It provides commands like mcopy, mdir, mdel,
... and you don't have to remember to unmount the disk.
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