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PCL output produces error on HP printer - Line too long





------- Additional Comments From [EMAIL PROTECTED]  2001-12-27 10:17 -------
I wonder if the problem could be with SCO instead of the printer. I use AIX 
(IBM Unix) and print the PCL files via lp adding the "-o -dp" switches to 
bypass the print formatter and send the data stream directly to the printer. If 
I do not do this the print formatter wants to mangle my output (wrapping lines 
inappropriately, etc). Is there a similar switch in SCO? As a test, perhaps you 
could try copying the file directly to the device (/dev/whatever) if allowed.
I would almost be willing to bet that the problem is something along the way 
and not the printer itself.

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