|bone||IN||3203 EB||HP Color LaserJet 4600||2|
|boned||IN||3203 EB||HP Color LaserJet 4600 (Duplex)||3|
|skeleton||IN||3203 EB||HP LaserJet 8150 DN||1|
|skeletond||IN||3203 EB||HP LaserJet 8150 DN (Duplex)||1.5|
|creek||IN||3320 EB||HP LaserJet 8150 DN||1|
|creekd||IN||3320 EB||HP LaserJet 8150 DN (Duplex)||1.5|
|bob||IN||3350 EB||HP LaserJet 8150 DN||1|
|bobd||IN||3350 EB||HP LaserJet 8150 DN (Duplex)||1.5|
Use lpq -P to check the status of the printer the printer named . To cancel a printing job, first use the lpq command to find the job number of the job you wish to cancel. It will be of the form .
example, if I wanted to print the file /etc/motd to printer simpson, I would
do and should see the following:
The Computer Science Department Acceptable Use Policy:
Each user is granted an equitable share of our printing resources (typically 500 pages/semester). Users who exceed this quota may gain an addition 200 pages/semester by purchasing a ream (500 sheets) of unpunched standard white printer paper (19410-0) from the MSU Bookstore, and bringing it (unopened, with receipt) to the consultant station. This 200 page increase is limited to once a semester.