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hello Sean Porterfield, le Vendredi 02 Mars 2001 18:53, vous m'avez écrit :
> The print key can be mapped to act the same as CTRL-P (which I have done),
> but that does a system screen print.  It creates a screen output on the
> AS/400.  You can, of course, run lp5250d to create an AS/400 printer that
> prints on your PC.  (Then move your screen print to that printer.)
> I don't know of any other way that works.

Thx, it work like that. I was waiting for a instant print on my local 
printer, not a sreen output on th AS/400 :o))

I've tried lp5250d also, but it make nothing. I write :
./lp5250d -s EC20004S2 BR4001
and i return on the login $.
EC20004s2 is a real outq on the AS400. What do i do now ? i've creat a "lpr" 
queue on my linux station , associated with my local BJC-4100. On the AS400, 
spooled file are "*SND" but nothing happen. 

what is the problem ?

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