Difference: LinuxPrint (7 vs. 8)

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  For example, to print the file myFile.pdf to printer, in colour, you can use:
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lp -d myprint-staff -o ColorModel=Color myFile.pdf
  From a command line, duplexing can be switched off using the lp command, and the Konica driver option 'KMDuplex', e.g.:
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  • Select Color - switch colour on ('Auto Colour') or off, default is 'Gray Scale'.
  • Staple - staple together the output, default is 'off' (stapling requires a finishing unit - see Printer Locations).
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Here is an example of setting some driver options within a pdf viewer:
Printing from Linux - PDF Viewer
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Here is an example of setting some driver options within a pdf viewer:

Printing from Linux - PDF Viewer

 

Printing from Firefox

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  Some files in LibreOffice (usually documents that have been saved in a Microsoft '.doc'/'.docx' format) may not print if the document paper size is set to 'letter', as this can override any settings in the print preferences.
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To get around this the document page size must be changed to A4, within the 'Format' > 'Page' menu:

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To get around this the document page size must be changed to A4, within the 'Format' > 'Page' menu:

Printing from Linux - Open Office

  Setting the 'Format' option to A4 should allow the document to print successfully.
 
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