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Set Up a Print Server with the Solaris Operating Environment

Set Up a Print Server with the Solaris Operating Environment

By ServerWatch Staff (Send Email)
Posted Jan 13, 2001


Setting up a print server that handles multiple content types may not seem like a difficult task -- and it isn't, as long as third-party software figures into the equation. The difficulties arise when you decide to go strictly with lpadmin. Unix sysadmins Errol Fouquet and Robert Krumm guide you through this process with a proven methodology for setting up a print server that can successfully handle plain text, PostScript, and printable binary (pcl, rtl) content types. Setting up a print server that handles multiple content types may not seem like a difficult task -- and it isn't, as long as third-party software figures into the equation. The difficulties arise when you decide to go strictly with lpadmin. Unix sysadmins Errol Fouquet and Robert Krumm guide you through this process with a proven methodology for setting up a print server that can successfully handle plain text, PostScript, and printable binary (pcl, rtl) content types.

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