Gibbs, Mark
June 2000
Network World;06/19/2000, Vol. 17 Issue 25, p68
Trade Publication
Discusses various aspects of the Line Printer Daemon Protocol (LPR), a protocol for communications between clients that want to print files and servers that host the printers. Internet Engineering Task Force's specifications for the LPR protocol; LPR features of Windows NT and Unix operating systems.


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