The interface to which a local printer is connected, e.g. /dev/lp0, /dev/usb/lp0,
For a parallel port,
you must have bidirectional support enabled at the
BIOS level and the parallel port driver must support the bidirectional mode.
Check your parallel port BIOS settings for EPP/bi-directional mode.
Host name or IP address of a network printer (HP JetDirect, DLINK, etc.).
Port on which your network printer listens for socket (Appsocket) connections.
Most common ports are 9100 (JetDirect), 10000 (DLINK). Usually you can configure
the port via a configuration interface.
foomatic-getpjloptions returns ???
Manfred Wassmann <manolo@NCC-1701.B.Shuttle.de> for the foomatic project using output from the associated binary. Modified by Patrick Powell <papowell at lprng.com> to provide betters support for network printers, error messages, and remove CR and FF from output.
Uni-directional protocols as remote LPD are not supported as no status is returned. Some network print servers which attach to a printer parallel port do not support bidirectional mode.
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