OPR(I) 3/20/74 OPR(I)
opr - off line print
--[ id ]] [ - ] [ + ] [ +- ]file ...
Opr will arrange to have the 201 data phone daemon submit a
job to the Honeywell 6070 to print the file arguments.
Normally, the output appears at the GCOS central site. If
the first argument is --, followed by an optional two-
character remote station ID, the output is remoted to that
station. If no station ID is given, R1 is assumed.
(Station R1 has an IBM 1403 printer.)
Normally, each file is printed in the state it is found when
the data phone daemon reads it. If a particular file
argument is preceded by +, or a preceding argument of + has
been encountered, then opr will make a copy for the daemon
to print. If the file argument is preceded by -, or a
preceding argument of - has been encountered, then opr will
unlink (remove) the file.
If there are no arguments except for the optional --, then
the standard input is read and off-line printed. Thus opr
may be used as a filter.
/usr/dpd/* spool area
/etc/passwd personal ident cards
dpd (VIII), passwd (V)