I am trying to setup my Epson Stylus Color II to print with Redhat 5.1.
I went to page http://www.u.arizona.edu/~zdw/uniprint.html which has
good instructions. I downloaded the Glibc ghostscript-5.10-6.i386.rpm
and ghostscript-fonts-std-5.10-7.noarch.rpm and installed them
-sOutputFile=/dev/lp1 tiger.ps -c quit &) to print a postscript file to
my printer works fine.....so ghostscript works! When I try to use lpr
to print a postscript file I get the postscript code, not the output.
When I run gv and try to print a postscript file I get the same
results....probably because I am using lpr as my print command. What is
going on? Explain to me the steps Linux takes when I type "lpr
Q: How does Linux determine filetype and know to process the file as
Q: I added a few "echo" lines to my ps-to-printer.fpi file in the
/usr/lib/rhs/rhs-printfilters directory. I wanted to see that it is
being read but I never see the echo commands executed. They should
display. Does this mean I am not using the ps-to-printer.fpi file in
my /usr/lib/rhs/rhs-printfilters directory when I try to print
Q: When does postscript.cfg get read? Which file is supposed to call
ghostscript when printing postscript with the lpr command.
I'd really like to get this solved because as far as I know, I need
postscript to be able to print from Netscape.
Thank You for your help.