Adding, modifying, or copying a network printer
Printer Setup Manager,
select an existing printer from the list and/or make
one of these menu selections:
You can define (or modify) these settings:
PrinterAdd TCP/IP Printer
The name to call the remote printer on your local system.
You cannot change the name of an existing printer.
The SCOadmin Printer Setup Manager does not permit
printer names to contain the ``_'' character.
To add a printer whose name includes a ``_'', add it from the
lpadmin -p printer_two
Once the printer name is created, the
Printer Setup Manager will be able to manage it.
The printer model (or compatible model) that matches your printer.
The spooler type on the remote host:
lpd(BSD), the default network printing protocol,
or System V (legacy), provided for backwards compatibility
with older UNIX systems. For HP printers configured
On Network, System V is automatically selected.
Printer Connection Type
If the printer is an ethernet printer (connected to the network itself
instead of connected to a computer), select On Network.
Otherwise, select On Remote Server.
(This field applies only when On Remote Server is selected.)
The name of the host that controls the remote printer.
Click on Select to choose from a list.
The name of the remote printer. (When On Network is
selected, a Select button appears.)
Setting up a dial-up printer
Adding, modifying, or copying a local printer
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UnixWare 7 Release 7.1.4 - 22 April 2004