printing AND memory
richard.canada at mrlinternational.com
Fri Aug 17 09:54:49 CDT 2001
wine-users-admin at winehq.com wrote:
> Richard Canada wrote:
>>"file<n>" = "/usr/share/fonts/afms/adobe/pagd8a.afm"
>>"ppdfile" = "/windows/wine/TEMP/ADOBE/HP/HP4PLUS6.PPD"
> I'm not sure what to make of this. It looks like you may have copied
> some entries out of dated documentation, without customising them for
> your system. Some things have changed:
> * [afmfiles] is not used anymore. (And I don't think that the syntax
> above ever worked. <n> was supposed to be replaced by 0, 1, 2,
> etc.) Metrics for the 35 core PostScript fonts are now built in to
> the driver, so you probably don't need to specify any AFM files.
> * [psdrv] is not used anymore either. PPD files can be specified on
> a per-printer basis in the registry. The easiest way to set this is
> to customise psdrv.reg and use regapi. (This is, in fact, required
> if you're going to set up WINEPS printers manually.)
> * The other alternative is to let Wine scan your /etc/printcap and
> automatically set up your printers. (It will try to guess which
> printers are PostScript/Ghostscript capable.) You still need to
> specify one or more PPD files in your configuration file:
> "lp0" = "/usr/share/PPD/IBM43241.PPD"
> "lp1" = "/usr/share/PPD/HPLJ.PPD"
> "generic" = "/usr/share/PPD/generic.ppd"
> (The "generic" PPD file will be used for any printers that do not
> have one specified.)
> All of this is discussed in the Wine documentation, although the version
> on the web site may be out of date. If you have problems building the
> documentation in the source, I can send you a PDF version.
I have uninstalled the rpm for wine. I have built wine using
wineinstall from the cvs source. I have edited psdrv.reg to use the
generic.ppd and am using lotus notes. I am able to print to my network
printer, but I get this at the beginning of my error log:
service "lotusnotes" protocol * not found; You might want to add this to
and I am getting a winedb xterm when I tell it to print. When I quit
the debugger, my printout prints and I have to kill wine and remove the
socket file. Any suggestions on how I should proceed?
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