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Specify different username when printing to a lpr printer

My school requires me to use a different username than my Windows username in order to print. With Linux lpr I could just specify -U username, but there is no such option for Windows lpr (and even if ...
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Adobe Reader seems to use wrong lpr command when printing to CUPS

On my debian lenny box, printing via CUPS works fine, e.g. using OpenOffice. When printing from Adobe Reader, however, stuff doesn't work. It appears the problem happens during the first step of the ...
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Make Sending Alternate Username to Printer Queue Permenant

I am currently having trouble to print file to a userid protected network printer. The problem is that my username is not what they want. Well, I can print files from terminal: lpr -p [printer name] ...
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Finding manuals for lpr

This thread is based on the thread. Where are the newest manuals for lpr? I would like to know where the flags such as "page-range" are documented. I did not find them in Ubuntu 9.10.
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How Can I Print Under A Username Different Than The One I'm Logged In As?

I bring my own personal laptop to school where my login is nickname. However, in order to print to the school's printers the username that sends the print job must match my school's AD login, ...
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Printing pages from 7 to 17 by lpr

How can you print pages from 7 to 17 by lpr?
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How do I tell aptitude or apt to offer a particular version of lpr?

I seem to have a weird version of lpr installed (one that doesn't cope with -o, see also this question). On all my other machines that run the same debian squeeze, the proper version of lpr is ...
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How to print out all non-hidden files recursively in a dir using lpr

find . -type f | grep -v '/\.' lists out all non-hidden files in the current dir recursively. Example of this command given the following file tree . ├── css │   ├── base.css │   └── main.css ├── ...