mcontla at gmail.com
Thu Jan 11 20:09:58 UTC 2007
norman said the following on 01/11/2007 07:42 AM:
> < snip >
>>> As far as I can find out (stdin) is said to be the place where a process
>>> usually takes its input, by default, the key board. Can anyone suggest
>>> why (stdin) appears as an item to be printed following the use of XSane?
>> Check Preferences -> Setup -> Copy and see if there is anything in
>> Command or Copy Number Option that might make the lp or lpr command
>> think it's accepting input from stdin. My options are:
>> Command: lpr
>> Copy Number Option: -#
> Mitch, you are correct, this is what is there in the printer section. I
> have new printer, lpr and -#. I tried deleting lpr and -#, but that
> caused an error. What do you suggest please?
Those options _should_ be ok. You might try taking out the Copy Number
Option temporarily and see what happens, but this should be ok.
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