I have a PostScript file which is supposed to be printed on legal
paper. It's very small, so I'll attach it. It doesn't have the
correct setpagedevice command in it, for reasons I've already reported
in another bug (about psutils). I wanted to get the printer to print
it properly anyway, so I did this:
lp -d lj1100-draft -o PageSize=Legal -o PageRegion=Legal -o
ImageableArea=Legal -o PaperDimension=Legal foo.ps
It didn't work. Despite all those options attempting to tell CUPS to
tell the printer to print on legal paper, it still printed on letter
This may actually be a foomatic bug -- perhaps foomatic needs to
generate PPD files which contain the -sPAPERSIZE gs option but it doesn't.
When I printed the same file directly with gs as follows, it worked:
gs -sDEVICE=ljet4 -sPAPERSIZE=legal -sOutputFile=- -dNOPAUSE -dSAFER
-q - < foo.nup |lp -oraw -dlj1100-draft
Created attachment 97690 [details]
PostScript file which won't print on legal paper when lp is told it should
Not sure if those options are meant to apply to PostScript jobs, or if
they are just there for the filters that create PostScript from other
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Thanks again for your help.
This is no longer an issue in cups-1.2.1-12.