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Old 02-27-2003, 11:07 AM   #1
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samba printer share making PDF - Docs out of any print


Hello !
I ` am using a samba to share a printer.

This is a virtuell printer (just to produce temporary files)

The problem is that the files are correctly generated and are at the right position but :

1. the files are always 0600
2. force create in smb.conf does not help
3. the user lp is not able to delete the files

What can i do to make lp able to access the files???

I need all this to create a printer that can create PDF-Files out of normal Printfiles (using ps2pdf)

Any idea ?
 
  


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