Linux Commands: Line printer control program


lpc-Linux Command

lpc command- Line printer control program

Syntax: ls [Options]... [File]...

Description: The lpc(8) program is used to control the printers that lpd serves. you can enable or disable a printer or its queues, rearrange entries within a queue, and get a status report on the printers and their queues. Lpc is mostly used in a setup where there are multiple printers hanging off one machine.
$ lpc
The above will start the lpc program. By default, this enters you into an interactive mode, and you can begin issuing commands. The other option is to issue an lpc command on the command line.
$ lpc status all
A list of the available commands are in the lpd man page, but here are a few of the major commands you'll want to know about. Any commands marked with option can either be a printer name (lp, print, etc) or the keyword all, which means all printers.

Example:

Related: lpr, lprint, lprintd / lpd(8), lprintq / lpq(1), lprm, printcap(5)

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