On Mon, Oct 01, 2007 at 01:02:50PM +0200, Mateusz Viste wrote:
> On Monday 01 October 2007 11:17, Robert Riebisch wrote:
> > Then try NCSA lpr, WATTCP lpr, or CUTCP.
> Well... I guess LPR/LPQ/LPRM etc... are usefull when printing to a printer 
> attached to a Linux/Unix PC. My printer is a _stand-alone_ network printer 
> (it doesn't require a PC to work, it has its own IP, etc...). I doubt network 
> printers supports LPR protocol... There is the JetDirect one for them (that 
> is printing to their TCP/9100 port just like it would be a Centronics 
> connection).

Well, you could just try and find out, using nmap or another port detector.
Actually, quite a lot of printers (in particular those with port 9100 open)
*do* accept lpr (look for port 525=lpd)


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