On Thu, Mar 14, 2002 at 02:01:03PM +0530, Harikrishna Charan wrote:
> I want some info regarding the parallel port read/write.
(So you said.)
> I want to
> read the status of the printer connected to the parallel port.
> How to find out what is the base address of the parallel port to which
> the printer is connected in linux. I tried to read the status of the
> printer by giving the base address as 0x378. I am getting the status of
> the printer as D8 whether there is paper in the printer tray or not.
> I want to send the file in .ps format. how do i go about it
Why do you want to do all of the stuff in the first paragraph if you
just want to print a file? Is 'cat file.ps > /dev/lp0' (or even 'lpr
file.ps') not working?
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