This is the command apspreview that can be run in the OnWorks free hosting provider using one of our multiple free online workstations such as Ubuntu Online, Fedora Online, Windows online emulator or MAC OS online emulator
apspreview — preview PostScript file(s) as generated by apsfilter
apspreview [-Pqueue] [-Zoptions] [input...]
With apspreview you can create a PostScript representation of the file(s) you are about to
print in order to check it before actually printing.
Your file(s) will be converted to PostScript according to the queue specific configuration,
and afterwards you will be able to print all or some pages from your PostScript viewer
application (gv, kghostview or ghostview).
-h show help screen
-Pqueue select a printer queue (different from the default one)
-Zoptions use apsfilter command line options (comma-separated list)
input... input file(s) [default: stdin]
If you use the -P option, please remember to pass the same printer queue on to the lpr(1)
Be careful if your printer queue configuration includes a setting to create multiple pages
per sheet (PS_NUP=2, PS_NUP=4 or PS_NUP=8). In order to make sure that apsfilter(1) does
not repeat n-up printing, use the 1pps command line option when actually printing the file.
apspreview only works correctly with entries in /etc/printcap that have been created by
/usr/share/apsfilter/SETUP. All configuration settings will be copied from the relevant
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