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Old 03-09-2005, 03:36 PM   #1
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How to Configure Printer to Print in Order

I have batch jobs that need to be printed in order, but the printer prints some jobs from the first batch and some from the second. I even try to let the lpd finish queuing the first batch before I send the second one, but the problem still happen. How can I fix it?

I have LPRng (RedHat 8), and the default print priority option in lpd.conf is set to A. The printer is attached to a Hawking PN7127P Print Server, and my Linux box is the only client to that print server.


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