Karl Larsen wrote: > Remember when you would print what was in a file in a terminal window > with lpr? It used to work fine but has not been good of late. But that > is how I recall the other little useful things. LPQ is used to see what > jobs are doing with the printer. And then LPRM can be used if you have > something that is waiting to be printed that you don't want to print. > > LPQ and LPRM both work fine in F7 > It is really too bad that there is not any software for Linux to work with the version of the ETI 2 e-book reader that eBookwise sells. There is software for an almost identical device that was sold by RCA - the REB1100. The Rebcom software will talk to the REB1100 about like pilot link will talk to Palm devices. Mikkel -- Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons, for thou art crunchy and taste good with Ketchup!
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