In Unix, the enscript command changes a text file to PostScript format file of the text file and save it as , you would enter. By default, enscript only makes postscipt file (ps). Your command line is missing two flags: small -p and capital -P. The command line must be. Hi, I have ps file, I want to print with diffrent font, is it possible to print like this? enscript -fCourier9 how to find enscript is installed or not? if I enter man.

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Can I print ps file using enscript?

In Unixthe enscript command changes a text file to PostScript format and then sends it to the printer. The general format for enscript is:.

Replace textfilename with the name of the file you want to convert and print. The [switches] are optional settings, as follows:. You can combine the -2 and -r options to produce 2up style documents, with two pages per sheet in landscape orientation. On a BSD-compatible dnscript, to convert and print the text file myfile.


enscript – convert text files to PostScript, HTML, RTF, ANSI, and – Linux Man Pages (1)

To make a PostScript file of the text file myfile. To redirect the output of enscript as input for another pps, append another dash to the -p option, for example:. This will convert myfile.

For more information about enscriptread its man page by entering the following:. At Indiana University, enscrilt is installed on Steel and Libra. On June 23,Steel will become read-only; you will be able to access your files there but not change them or add new files.

Steel is replaced by IU’s newest supercomputer, Quarry. About the Steel retirement. This is document afyk in the Knowledge Base.

Last modified on Options Help Chat with a consultant. What is enscript, and how can I use it to print text files in PostScript?

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