3072Re: [gnubies-il] Controlling printer queues
- May 7, 2006On Fri, May 05, 2006 at 10:27:49AM +0200, Noamn wrote:
> I manage a Linux machine at work, running RH 7.3 as a server only (ie noPrint jobs are probably passed through some filter before they get
> GUI). The machine was set up very thoroughly before being passed to me,
> including a command menu from which I do most of the administration. Despite
> this menu, I have discovered a few areas in which I would prefer more
> control, especially in the area of printing.
> Most of our print jobs are sent to a print queue called 'pr2' and the 'lpq'
> command lists all the jobs in the print queue. I know how to remove jobs
> manually, and I've just learnt how to change the order of printing (using
> 'hold' and 'remove').
> My question: is there any way of automatically deleting jobs whose size is a
> certain value (71 bytes)?
printed. Find the right spot in that filter, and the job will never get
into the spool.
Do you use cups or lprng?
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