lpr -P Epson FileName
but its not printing the hindi words in my file
normal printing that is using ctrl+p works fine, it prints the hindi words.
but while trying with lpr command through terminal its not.
i am using puppy linux5.2.8
and printer is Epson 300+ii character printer
I have a spec file that needs to check if an older version of a file exists and if so delete it. For some reason, it is running the delete command regardless of whether the file exists and printing a "no such file or directory" error, which leads me to believe my if statement checking if the file exists is at fault. Here is my code.
I have CUPS and use a program that produces the raw PCL format of the document I want to print.
I have no problem printing a normal text file as lp filename but when I give a file that has PCL escape sequences in it, I'll get immediately a completed status for this new print job - no printer reaction. Tried with lp -o raw filename and the same thing happens.
Whenever I print a text file with lpr or lp commands , the words are cut off at the end of one line and continue onto the other, e.g. 'understand' would be split into 'unde' at the end of line one and 'rstand' at the beginning of other. Is there a way to justify the text of a file somehow for printing ?