Patrick Shanahan <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
Are you trying to print from a gimp image -> File -> Print ? If so, set the print dialogue screen to your printer via the drop down box and print direct from gimp. You do not need to worry about -C name. I have an Epson sp925photo and the print-command which gimp selects for my printer is: lp -s -desp925gp -oraw
If this is *not* what you are trying to do, please explain further.
Yes I am printing from the Gimp print dialog. And changing the printer in the printer setup does not affect the print command Gimp is choosing.
And it is printing fine as I wrote in my original post.
The only problem I have is that in the print job list every print job
from Gimp has the name '(stdin)'. I would like the name of the
printed file to appear there and from the lpr side this is done via
the '-C' option. Now I need Gimp to insert the file name into the
print command. So the print command specification in the printer
setup should be something like 'lpr -C $filename' where Gimp is
replacing $filename with the actual file name.
BTW, I am printing through CUPS. I don't know whether CUPS' lpr differs from standard lpr.
If in fact GIMP is printing via stdin, there will not be a file name associated. I suspect that you'll be out of luck as GIMP is probably not 'aware' of the file name at this point. After all, it may not even have a file name if you've just created the image. This is all speculation, thus you should likely wait to hear from someone who really knows. :)
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