I can't seem to find the attribute for the chvirprt cmd; so I did:
224 joe /u/joe>lsvirprt -q pcl0 -d lp0 |grep eader
sh Pipeline for Header Page %Ide/pioburst
sw Width of Attribute Value Area On Header Page (0 78
1) /etc/qconfig has "header = always" and the queue generates a
header by default.
2) The lpr command is used - which generates a header by default.
3) The virtaul printer attribute _B isn't _B=nn (no header, no trailer)
(ie _B=an means always a header, never a trailer)
To get rid of a header, check the above 3 things. To make a queue
completely incapable of generating a header even if one is requested,
blank out the sh attribute using chvirprt or lsvirprt.
> TIA :(
Some user programs such as cadre teamwork do not appear to
have a way to turn off header pages. Is there a way to set
up the printer NEVER to print out header pages.
I have the following in /etc/qconfig on the server
header = never
trailer = never
backend = /usr/lpp/x_st_mgr/bin/lpx birch
is the header=never supposed to shut off the header?
It doesn't seem to be.
This is a real pain for programs like teamwork which dump
lots of single page jobs to the printer. The users just end
up sorting through and tossing every other page.