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NAME    [Toc]    [Back]

       la380cbof  -  Simplified  Chinese  filter  for  the  LA380

SYNOPSIS    [Toc]    [Back]

       /usr/lbin/la380cbof [-c] [-h host] [-i indent] [-L locale]
       [-l length] [-n login] [-w width] [accounting_file]

OPTIONS    [Toc]    [Back]

       Prints control characters.  Specifies the host name of the
       job owner. This name can contain Hanzi characters.  Specifies
  the  amount  of indentation. The default value is no
       (no indentation).  Specifies page length  in  lines.   The
       default  value is 66.  Specifies the printer codeset. This
       value must be a valid locale name. The  default  value  is
       zh_CN.dechanzi.   Specifies  the  login  name  of  the job
       owner. This name can contain Hanzi characters.   Specifies
       the page width in columns. The default value is 132.

OPERANDS    [Toc]    [Back]

       Specifies the file to record accounting information.

DESCRIPTION    [Toc]    [Back]

       The  la380cbof  filter is used to filter text data for the
       LA380-CB printer. The filter handles the device  dependencies
  of the printer and performs accounting functions. At
       print job completion times, accounting records are written
       to the file specified by the af field in the /etc/printcap

       The la380cbof filter can handle plain text files and files
       that have been preprocessed by nroff.  Either kind of file
       can contain non-ASCII  characters.  The  la380cbof  filter
       translates nroff control sequences for underlining, superscripting,
  and  subscripting  into  the  proper   control
       sequences for the LA380-CB printer.

       The  la380cbof  filter can be the specified filter in both
       the of and the if fields in the  /etc/printcap  file.  For
       more information about these fields, see printcap(4).

       The LA380-CB printer can be configured to use the software
       on-demand loading (SoftODL) mechanism to  print  the  user
       defined characters (UDCs). Refer to i18n_printing(5) for a
       more detailed description SoftODL.

       To  enable  SoftODL  printing,  set  the   ys   field   in
       /etc/printcap  to  be  256.   You may also set the default
       SoftODL database, style and size by specifying  the  odldb
       and  odlstyle  options  in the ya field.  If you specify a
       value for the yt field, specify fifo.  See printcap(4) for
       more   information   about  these  fields  and  associated

NOTES    [Toc]    [Back]

       The lpr command supports a number of options  and  associated
  arguments  to enable localization features supported
       by various printers. The following can be  used  with  the
       la380cbof  print  filter:  To specify the SoftODL database
       path To specify SoftODL font style and size

       For a complete description of the -A option and its  arguments,
 refer to lpr(1).

ERRORS    [Toc]    [Back]

       The   lf   field  (default  value  is  /dev/null)  in  the
       /etc/printcap file specifies the name of the error log.

SEE ALSO    [Toc]    [Back]

       Commands: lpr(1), pr(1), lpd(8), pac(8)

       Files: printcap(4)

       Others: i18n_printing(5)

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