Select Add Remote from the Printer menu,
then select UNIX.
Enter the name of the remote host or click on the Select button
to choose from a list of remote hosts.
Enter the name of the remote printer (or printers)
or click on the Select button
to choose from a list of printers.
If the remote system is not running SCOadmin (such as a non-SCO
system or an older SCO system), you cannot
use the Select button to select a printer; you must
enter the printer name.
If the remote host is an SCO OpenServer system, you can select the
Use Extended Remote Printing Protocol button.
This allows you to move jobs between printers and
command to display the status of remote printers.
NOTE:To access printer information on the remote host, you need
user equivalence. This means the remote host must recognize the
account being used to administer printers on the local machine. See
``Adding user equivalence'' in the Networking Guide
for more information. As on the local machine, non-root
accounts require the lp authorization to run the
Printer Manager. See
``Assigning subsystem authorizations''
for more information.
When complete, the new remote printer appears in the list of printers
available on the local host.
Make certain the remote host is prepared to accept jobs submitted from
the local host. The local host must be listed in the in the
/etc/hosts.lpd or /etc/hosts.equiv files on
the remote host.
The printer on the remote host must also be configured to
accept remote jobs as described in
``Accepting or rejecting print jobs''.