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How can we print using GeoFrame 4.2 on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3?

By bagheri.soheila ·
before we use this command for print "RAS" format in old version of Geoframe Software (that we installed it on workstation),
lp -d printername filename.ras
but in new version of Geoframe (VMWare) that we install it on PC, we can not used this comman,

and also we can not use these command to convert "pds" to "rst" and "rst" to "ras":
hplot: we used this command to convert "pds" to "rst"
rf: we used this command to reformat "rst" to "ras"

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In VM and Redhat...

Make sure you have a USB controller in your VM (i.e. power off vm, go to vm > settings, add hardware, select USB controller, finish) then when your VM is powered up and has focus, any USB devices that you connect will be connected to the VM - so plug in your printer and install as normal.

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3: System Administration Guide:
http://docs.redhat.com/docs/en-US/Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux/3/html/System_Administration_Guide/ch-printing.html

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by bagheri.soheila In reply to In VM and Redhat...

I have to insert Password for root, I do n't know the password?

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by bagheri.soheila In reply to In VM and Redhat...

I tried to add our ploter, but the software can not find our ploter, it shows all ploter except our ploter?

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Password for root?....I tried to add our ploter?..

Can you explain what you are doing so that i can catch up with you. Thanks. :)

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by bagheri.soheila In reply to Password for root?....I t ...

when I write this command " redhat-config-printer", the software does n't open the main window, It ask me to insert password for root?

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by bagheri.soheila In reply to Password for root?....I t ...

when I write this command " redhat-config-printer", the software does n't open printer configuration window, the software ask me to insert password for root?

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Ok, Redhat is asking for your Password when you had first set it up..

When you first installed RedHat you had to put in a password to become the Admin, then you had to put in a user name. When ever you have to do some configuration(s) in Linux you have to put in your password to become the root user so that you can have full access.

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by bagheri.soheila In reply to Ok, Redhat is asking for ...

I add our printer, I want to edit Printer driver, but I can not find our printer model in the list? how can I add our printer model? our printer is HP DesignJet 1050c

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Printer Configuration in RedHat......

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3 uses the CUPS printing system. If a system was upgraded from a previous Red Hat Enterprise Linux version that used CUPS, the upgrade process preserved the configured queues.

Using the Printer Configuration Tool requires root privileges. To start the application, select Main Menu Button (on the Panel) => System Settings => Printing, or type the command redhat-config-printer. This command automatically determines whether to run the graphical or text-based version depending on whether the command is executed in the graphical desktop environment or from a text-based console.

To force the Printer Configuration Tool to run as a text-based application, execute the command redhat-config-printer-tui from a shell prompt.

More here:
http://docs.redhat.com/docs/en-US/Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux/3/html/System_Administration_Guide/ch-printing.html

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