>I've installed LPD (Line Printer Daemon) and start the service "TCP/IP
>Printer Server". Then I installed a remote queue on AIX as follows:
> Add a Standard Remote Print Queue
Unless MS changed things big time in Win2K, you want the 'remote queue
with local filtering' option -- WinNT does NO interpretation of LPD
streams, and I don't think it got changed.
>Type or select values in entry fields.
>Press Enter AFTER making all desired changes.
> [Entry Fields]
>* Name of QUEUE to add [hpLaserJ]
>* HOSTNAME of remote server [eg0150]
>* Name of QUEUE on remote server [hpLaserJ]
> Type of print spooler on remote server AIX Version 3 or
BSD, not AIX -- and you'll have an option to give a queue name for PCL
*and* a queue name for Postscript. Don't use the Postscript queue if the
printer doesn't support Postscript on Win2K (unless you *want* to see the
> Backend TIME OUT period (minutes) 
> Send control file first? no
> To turn on debugging, specify output 
> file pathname
> DESCRIPTION of printer on remote server 
>eg0150 is added in /etc/hosts already.
>After I issue a printing task by "enq -P hpLaserJ /etc/hosts", I can
>not find anyting printed out. In "qchk" command, everything is O.K.
lp -dhpLaserJ /etc/hosts should print /etc/hosts:
>Queue Dev Status Job Files User PP %
>Blks Cp Rnk
>------- ----- --------- --- ------------------ ---------- ---- --
>----- --- ---
>What is the problem and where can I find more error message?
Big one is protocol, followed by the requirement for local filtering --
you'll need the proper device driver installed on the AIX system (you get
to select which printer after the 'remote printer with local filtering'
choice and before the screen above shows up.