That was quick. It was a postscript problem. Thanks to Matthew Stier
<Matthew.Stier@tddny.fujitsu.com>, the first and only (so far) response,
which was also correct.
>From what he said, I built the correct command line for lpadmin. It's:
lpadmin -p <printer> -v /dev/null -i /usr/lib/lp/model/netstandard -I
postscript -T PS -o dest=<ip of printer:port>,protocol=tcp
I didn't have the -I or -T options, and that's what fixed it.
On Fri, 6 Oct 2000, Adam and Christine Levin wrote:
> I've got yet another problem with Solaris 8, and again I've tried Sun, the
> archive, and deja.com.
> This time, it printing.
> I can print a text document fine.
> I can run "cat doc | sed -e 's/$/^M/' | lp".
> However, I cannot run the shell script:
> /bin/cat $1 | /bin/sed -e 's/$/^M/' | lp
> lp dies, and lpsched's log file says:
> 10/06 14:27:57: Memory allocation failed!
> If I try to print from StarOffice, Netscape, xv, or so far *any*
> application, I get the same error, and I have to restart lpsched.
> Note that the ^M above is really a control-M for a carriage return.
> The printer happens to be an HP laserjet 5m, and it's networked, not
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