The LinePrinter program simply sends postscript to the printer (or a
filter), and it's the application's job to decide how to put the data.
Landscape and portrait are just conceptual views. I may be wrong, but I
don't believe you can customize that with lpr itself.
> I have configured a postscript printer
> being served from Win95 via SMB. I can
> print to it just fine, except I can't
> seem to find out how to specify "landscape"
> instead of "portrait" mode when using lpr.
> Is there a way to specify this via a cmd
> line arg to lpr? How about via the config
> in printtool?
> thanks and reply to
> [details: HP LaserJet 2100TN using generic
> postscript printer filter in printtool]
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