In article <nt>,
Richard Santink <nt> wrote:
This will only work if you've installed the HP JetAdmin software which
puts a special printer filter in place that understands the "-o tray2"
I searched their site and the Web JetAdmin they had there didn't support
Solaris, only Billyware and 2 Linux distros. I also looked up drivers
and software associated with your printer on the hp site and only Mac
and PC drivers were mentioned. But, there's hope. Googling turned up
If you can't get the JetAdmin software for Solaris, you'll have to use
separate queues for each tray.
Print queues are contructs that direct output to either a
locally-attached device or to remote printer on another system.
Networked printers are a special case of a local printer that uses a
special application (e.g. hpnp or whatever, depending on the vendor)
that connect to network printer's IP address and sends the output.
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