accept command is used to instruct the printing system to accept print jobs to the specified destination printer. This command is used in conjunction with the
lp command to send print jobs to a printer.
Here’s the basic syntax of the command:
printer-name argument specifies the name of the printer to which the printing system should accept print jobs. If you don’t specify a printer name, the command will accept print jobs to all printers that are currently configured.
Here’s an example of how to use the
This command will instruct the printing system to accept print jobs to the printer named
accept command doesn’t have any options. However, you can use the
-U option with the
lp command to specify a username for the print job. Here’s an example:
lp -d printer1 -U john file.txt
This command will send the
file.txt file to the
printer1 printer and specify the username
john for the print job.
If you’re having trouble using the
accept command, here are some troubleshooting tips:
- Make sure that the printer you’re trying to accept print jobs to is configured correctly on your system.
- Check that the printer is turned on and connected to your system.
- Verify that you have the necessary permissions to use the
acceptcommand. You may need to be logged in as a superuser or use
sudoto run the command with elevated privileges.
acceptcommand is typically used in conjunction with the
lpcommand to send print jobs to a printer.
- If you want to stop the printing system from accepting print jobs to a printer, you can use the
rejectcommand instead of the