Before installing RLP on your SCO OpenServer system, be sure first to install TCP/IP. To install RLP:
You now see the following display:
Remote printing configuration
Do you want to install or delete remote printing (i/d/q)?
Installing Remote Line PrintingTo define printers available through RLP, enter y. The rlpconf command is then executed. See ``Setting up a client'' and ``Setting up a print server'' later in this chapter for information on rlpconf.
Creating directories /usr/lpd/remote and /usr/spool/lpd and file /etc/printcap Saving lp, cancel, lpmove and lpstat commands to /usr/lpd/local Installing remote lp, cancel, lpmove and lpstat commands Do you wish to change the remote printer description file /etc/printcap (y/n)?
To wait until later to define printers, enter n. You then see the message:
Run /etc/rlpconf to change the remote printer description fileRemember to run rlpconf at some point before using RLP. Otherwise, you will have no entries in the /etc/printcap file.
Remote line printing working directory already exists.Enter y to continue the installation. Enter n to stop and return to the shell prompt.
Do you wish to continue installing the remote line printing system (y/n)?
Do you want to start remote daemon now (y/n)?To start the lpd(ADMN) daemon, enter y. This daemon must be running for RLP to work. To wait until later to start the daemon, enter n.