ranyardm at lineone.net
Fri Feb 22 02:04:05 GMT 2002
Or as a further option is to pipe the output to todos.
e.g. if using lpr : cat text.fil | todos | lpr
or : cat text.fil | todos > text.fil.dos
note : there is a fromdos command as well.
At 10:39 AM 2/22/02 +0100, Homann, Mathias wrote:
># sriram # wrote:
> > hi all
> > am new to this list
> > my problem is i connect to a windoze printer and execute a print job
> using print but the printed matter is horrible...
>do I get this right, you print from a unix machine, but ht eprinter is
>connected to a windows box?
> > i get only a single line in the printout...
>and that line is having the 'stairs effect' like this:
> a line of
> text with stairs
>which unix (linux, i presume) are you using? does that one have some
>kind of printer setup? you shouldnt just 'connect to' a printer but if I
>guess right (If you had provided more infos at first, I wouldnt have to
>guess), you should be able to find some printer setup tool within your
>admin tools. There, configure the 'printer connection' you made with
>that windows box to convert ascii text from 'unix line endings' to
>'MS-DOS line endings'.
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