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Try this command: lp -H restart -i Samsung_SCX_3400_Series-105 Where (from man lp): -H restart - restart a completed job -i JOBID - the job id Mind that this will restart the job on the printer it was originally printed.


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You could wait until conn.getJobAttributes(printer_returns)["job-state"] equals 9 (IPP_JOB_COMPLETED)


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You can use lp tool. Check the id of a job i.e. 879897, then do: lp -i 879897 -H restart And the job will be printed again but on the same printer ! If you want to print it on another printer, check the name of the new printer (lpstat -p), and do: sudo lpmove 879897 new_printer lp -i 879897 -H restart


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One solution that usually works is to use pdfjam from the texlive distribution > pdfinfo in.pdf ... Producer: Acrobat Distiller 6.0.1 (Windows) ... Page size: 612 x 792 pts (letter) Page rot: 0 File size: 66676 bytes Optimized: yes PDF version: 1.4 > pdfjam --outfile out.pdf --paper a4paper in.pdf > pdfinfo out.pdf ...


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CUPS is the printing system under Linux. In particular, it provides a server and clients. The lp and lpr are two common commands to print files: lpr is the BSD one, and lp the System V one. There exist various implementations (more or less compatible with the original commands), but nowadays they should be CUPS clients. You should check that with dlocate or ...


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In Ubuntu/Linux Mint, all I have to do is go to 'Settings-printer-add a printer-find network printer'. After a few seconds, it shows my printer on the list. Fedora should have something fairly similar.


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This seems like what you want: https://www.packtpub.com/books/content/cups-how-manage-multiple-printers


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Which distro are you using? Have you added your printer to /etc/cups/client.conf? It's possible that Evolution doesn't support printing from the client. I'm reasonably sure that custom printer frontends like Gnome's are designed around managing a local CUPS server. Most distros run the full CUPS server. Honestly, I would save yourself the headache and just ...



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