pcfof - Generic print filter for ANSI, PCL, and multi-language PostScript printers
/usr/lbin/pcfof +Cfilename.pcf [-n login] [-h host] [...] [accounting-file]
Use of the print flags is dependent on the features available on the print device, and on the current status of those features. For example, selection of a particular paper size and orientation requires that appropriate paper is correctly loaded in the paper trays available on the print device.
Specifies the host name of the job owner. Specifies the amount of indentation. This value controls how far the print image appears from the edge of the page. Specifies the login name of the job owner. Specifies the tray where the printed pages are placed. See the -I flag for information on printer configuration files. Specifies the page width in columns. Selects printer features but does not perform any file processing. Specifies the tray name from which print paper is selected. To find the available options, view the printer configuration file (.pcf file) specified in the /etc/printcap file by the if entry. For example:
The .pcf file header may specify additional printer-specific options. (See the description of the -I flag for the location of .pcf files.)
Specifies the file in which accounting information will be recorded.
The pcfof filter is a generic print filter that can be used with text and PostScript files and handle printer device dependencies. The type of printer that the filter is supporting is determined by the printer configuration file (.pcf file) that is specified by the +C flag. The Tru64 UNIX product includes .pcf files for a variety of printers.
The pcfof filter should be specified for both the of and the if entries in the /etc/printcap file.
Use the wwpsof filter when you want to print files in languages for which printer-resident fonts are not available. See the wwpsof(8) reference page for more information.
A non-zero value indicates that an error has occurred.
The /etc/printcap error log field, lf, is used to specify the name of the error log file.
Commands: cancel(1), lpr(1), pr(1), pac(8), thailpof(8), wwpsof(8)
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