This is the command lpf 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
lpf - general printer filter
lpf -Pprinter -wwidth -llength -xwidth -ylength [ -c ] -Kcontrolfilename -Lbnrname [
-iindent ] [ -Zoptions ] [ -Cclass ] [ -Jjob ] [ -Raccntname ] -nlogin -hHost -Fformat [
-T[crlf,debug] -Dlevel ] [ affile ]
Lpf is a general printer filter. Usually it is used as filter in the printcap file and is
called by lpd. The -Tcrlf option will suppress translation of LF to CR/LF pairs. The
-Tdebug option will increment the debug level.
The following options passes lpd by default:
The name of the printer.
The page width in chars, as given in the :pw field in the printcap file
The page length in lines, as given in the :pl field in the printcap file
The page width in pixels, as given in the :px field in the printcap file
The page length in pixels, as given in the :py field in the printcap file
The name of the control file.
The banner name. This is set by the lpr -T option.
The user login name.
The host where the job was submitted.
The job format from the lpr -F option or other option.
These options are optionally set by lpd:
Extra options. They are passed from the -Z parameter given on the lpr command command
line and can be interpreted by the filter.
These remaining options can be added to the filter entry in the printcap file:
-c ignore control characters, set by lpr -b (binary) or -l (literal) options.
The indentation amount, set by lpr -i indent option.
The class name, set by lpr -C class option.
The job name, set by lpr -J job option.
The name of the accounting file, from printcap information.
Sets debug level. The level must be an integer, a nonzero value switches debugging
Turn LF to CR/LF translation off.
Increment the debug level.
The following exit values are returned:
zero (0) Successful completion.
non-zero (!=0) An error occurred.
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