The qprt command creates and queues a print job to print the file you specify. . Note: The AIX operating system also supports the BSD UNIX print command. Download qprt-to-lp for free. qprt-to-lp is a simple wrapper script to pass AIX qprt commands to Linux CUPS lp command. This allows programs. To submit a print job to a queue, use either lp, lpr, or qprt. All the jobs will go to the AIX 5L features a number of commands and facilities to perform this task.

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If the QueueDevice variable is not specified, the first available printer axi for the queue is used. Optional parameters are specified within square brackets ‘[‘ and ‘]’. Description The qprt command creates and queues a print job to print the file specified by the File parameter.

Sets the level of diagnostic output. You can set the pitch characters per inch with the -p option.

Pressing any other key will cause AIX to quit the command without deleting the file. The default priority value is Sort uses, by default, blank characters as field separators.

Restores the printer at the end of aic print job.

Configuring a printer without adding a queue (qprt command)

If you specify a job number, that job will be placed in the background. This command lets you remove an empty subdirectory from the system. You can also have ping display the path taken to reach the host with the -R option. Ed works by copying the specified filename to a temporary buffer, therefore making changes to that copy.


You can also set the number of spaces to indent the text with the -o option. This flag applies to AIX Version 4. The available values for the OutputBin include: Pressing [L] will display the next line of text. This flag is useful if you also specified the -c flag. The date can be placed anywhere on the line and can be specified with word or numbers. You can specify the page number on which printing is to begin with the -g option.

To access the main menu at the top of the windowyou can press [CTRL] [O] and then use the arrow keys to highlight the appropriate menu command. Do not use high-speed printing. The -c option will display a count showing the number of times each line appears in the file.

This program provides an easy to use interface to the man pages. Specifies a special functionality. You can set the time to that of another file by specifying the -r option or you can set the time manually by specifying it with the -t option. It is recommended that this command be used for printing because this banner page prevents sequential files from being printed on the same page when a formfeed is not sent at the end of a file. If this flag is not specified, the pr command uses the print file name as the header.

Sets emphasized print to one of the following: The history command will display the last set of commands issued from your terminal. The actual pitch of the characters printed is also affected by the values for the -K condensed flag and the -W double-wide flag. This is a useful command for finding a string of text in the specified files.


The -l option will cause AIX to display the long list of information. Otherwise, the spooler assigns the first available printer.

qprt Command

The logout command will not terminate any jobs running in the background. If you wish to query users at a remote site, use the site’s name preceded with an ‘ ‘ character. This command can be used to remove duplicated, sequential lines from infile and places the uniq file in outfile. Specifying the -c option lets you set the number of packets to send at count.

You can also start the display at the first line containing the text pattern specified between slashes.

Configuring a printer without adding a queue (qprt command)

The first character applies to header pages. The print qprg title is displayed on the header page and on responses to inquiries about queue status. If you do not specify a specific priority with the -n command, AIX will use a default value. The first parameter is the subdirectory in which AIX is to search.

If no parameters are specified, qprr will display the current setting. The value of User must be a single word meeting the same requirements of a regular User ID. QueueDevice ] Specifies the print queue name and the optional queue device name.

This command brings up a line editor. The available filter identifiers are pwhich invokes the pr filter, nwhich processes output from the troff command, and lwhich allows control characters to be printed.