The qprt command creates and queues a print job to print the file you specify. . Note: The AIX operating system also supports the BSD UNIX print command. Download qprt-to-lp for free. qprt-to-lp is a simple wrapper script to pass AIX qprt commands to Linux CUPS lp command. This allows programs. To submit a print job to a queue, use either lp, lpr, or qprt. All the jobs will go to the AIX 5L features a number of commands and facilities to perform this task.
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You can specify any of the following input data types: The fieldNo parameters are used to specify which field in the two files is to be used as the join field.
For the processIDyou can specify a percent sign followed by the job ID returned by the jobs command, or the process ID returned by the ps command.
The original file is not altered until the write command is issued. The first shows the job id, the second shows a plus sign, dash, or space.
If the -m option is not specified, AIX will assign the access modes set by the iax command. This command enables you to send a message to another user. Truncate long lines at the right margin. Contains the queue and queue device configuration file. If this flag is not specified, one copy is printed. The following values are valid: The following example describes how to queue a print job using the qprt command, the enq command, the lp command, or the lpr command.
This is a convenient way of assigning a short name to a frequently used command and options. The basic command interpretation is standard among these shells.
Starting a Print Job (qprt Command)
The history command will display the last set of commands issued from your terminal. All filenames to be printed should be separated by spaces.
The -w option will send a message to your first terminal upon completion of the printing. This command writes the name of your terminal to standard output. The -I FontID command is effective for single byte code set print queues only.
If no files are specified, standard in and standard out are used. If you do not specify this flag, it uses the default value from the printer driver.
QueueDevice] Specifies the print queue name and the optional queue device name. If no file is specified, standard input is used.
The -l qrpt can be used to display more information about the files on the queue. If you specify a subdirectory name that exists in the current qprh, AIX will change the working directory to the specified directory. The first syntax shows the letter instructions for assigning access. A value of 2 or 3 is useful for diagnosing a problem, even if the problem does not cause any output to standard error.
If the file already exists, you will be asked if you wish to continue. Sets the pitch to Number characters per inch. This command is used to display the first few bytes or lines of a file.
For the second syntax you specify the octal codes for the access for the three groups. This command formats the input into pages, each with its own header. By using the append redirection, you can use cat to concatenate files or to add new lines to a file without using an editor.
You can set the time to that of another file by specifying the -r option or you can set the time manually by specifying it with the -t option. This command lets you remove an empty subdirectory from the system. You should use the spellin command to create your own dictionary that contains words used in your documents.