Our unix server on campus uses lp to print with.
Since os/2 tcp/ip prints with lpr, I have been trying to get this to work.
I can give it a printer, and print the file, and all appears fine. However,
all that I can manage to accomplish is 'disable'ing the printer. I then
have to re'enable' it, but it still doesn't print out the file.
My guess is that lp and lpr don't expect the same things at the beginning of
the file, and lpr is sticking something on there that is screwing lp (and
thus, the printer) up.
Am I way off base, and more importantly, does anyone know of a way to fix
the problem? Many thanks,