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Section - 5.9.3 How can I turn off the LP banner page?

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Depending on the type of spooler script, do either:

   a) Edit your /var/spool/lp/interface/"printer name" file, and disable
      the banner page.  Note that if you are using the JetAdmin tool, the
      script will instead be /var/spool/lp/interface/model.orig/"printer
      name"  The most commonly used means of diabling the banner page is
      changing the BANNER variable's value from "yes" to "no"

   b) Newer interface files (in /var/spool/lp/interface/*) may call
      /usr/sbin/rlp; if your model script does this then insert the
      following line before the /usr/sbin/rlp statement:

         BSDh="-h"

      The model script would now look something like:

         ...
         shift; shift; shift; shift; shift
         # Added the no banner option here
         BSDh="-h"
         /usr/sbin/rlp -I$requestid $BSDC $BSDJ $BSDT $BSDi $BSD1 $BSD2
         ...

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