Joined: Oct. 2003
||Posted: Dec. 09 2004,16:28
Take a lot at the command, run a root.
# lpc --help
Many options to control the printer.
But note, many have laser printers with huge print buffers and many times the print job(s) have already left the unix print spooler. Usually a button on the printer will stop the current print job.
If the printer has a small buffer, you may have sucess with the lpc command.
# lpc stop lp all
Where "lp" is the name of your printer when defined during setup.