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Or, even simpler, lpr *.jpg. But that assumes that all you image files have a jpg extension.
If, instead, you wanted to print every file in, say, an "images" sub-directory of your current directory, you could do a lpr images/* or something similar. See info bash under "Basic Shell Features" in the "Shell Expansion" section for a description of how the shell expands things like "*" and so on.
Also, look at man lpr for a description of the lpr command options.
Last edited by PTrenholme; 12-21-2008 at 07:26 AM.