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Re: print as opposed to ps-print

From: Kevin Rodgers
Subject: Re: print as opposed to ps-print
Date: Thu, 13 Feb 2003 10:47:50 -0700
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Francesco Scaglioni wrote:

For some reason ps-print works fine but when I try plain print I get
an message of:

spooling with options -H

Use the source (lpr.el).  That suggests you have lpr-headers-switches set,
and it specifies "-H".

and pesto -- nothing happens.

Try setting lpr-headers-switches to nil, or using `M-x lpr' instead of

`M-x print'.

I know how to de-spool a ps-print spool but cannot find where in
customisation to prevent the spooling of the plain print command or (
even better ) prevent it from spooling at all.

"Spooling" in this situation is just a reference to the behavior of the

Unix lpr command.  Make sure lpr-command is set correctly -- it should
probably be the same as ps-lpr-command.

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