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Nevis Printing

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  This page describes some basic commands related to printing on the Nevis Linux cluster.
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How to configure printers on your computer (laptops)

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How to configure printers on your laptop

  If you connect your laptop to via an Ethernet connection, and your laptop is running CUPS, you will be able to browse the list of available print queues and select one.
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Other queues

bw-design (or hp2300)

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This is an HP2420 printer located in the electronics design area of the lower floor of the Nevis Electronics Building, and is intended for the use of the people who
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This is an HP3015 printer located in the electronics design area of the lower floor of the Nevis Electronics Building, and is intended for the use of the people who
 work on that floor.

bw-testing (or hp1200)

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  See the section on image options in the CUPS documentation.

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If the problem that the image is too large, try the option -o caling=100. This should scale the image so that it fits on one sheet of paper. (By the way, this is a neat way of printing documents sized for A4 paper onto American letter-size paper, and vice versa.)
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If the problem that the image is too large, try the option -o scaling=100. This should scale the image so that it fits on one sheet of paper. (By the way, this is a neat way of printing documents sized for A4 paper onto American letter-size paper, and vice versa.)
  Otherwise, I don't have a general solution to this kind of problem. You'll have to experiment on your own.
 
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