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RE: where is print queue definition

You can copy the printer queue settings using the method described at:

If you still want to move the configuration manually file by file you can also find the names of files and directories on the aforementioned page.

Alexey Fadyushin
Brainbench MVP for Linux.

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> Subject: where is print queue definition
> We have  several Redhat As 3 servers.  I plan to copy
> printer definition files from one server to another
> server.  in the case I don't need recreate printer
> queue  one by one  again.
> Does anyone know which printer queue definition files
> I need copy?
> Thanks.
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