Impressions, photocopies et scanner au laboratoire de Sismologie.

Sur les postes linux les imprimantes si-dessous sont disponibles.

  • HP600-black : HP LaserJet 600 M603 : ipps://
  • TOSHe3005AC : Toshiba : e-Studio 3005AC : socket://


  • Linux :
  • Apple :
  • Windows :

Depuis postes Linux

Pour connaître les queues d’impression depuis votre poste :

$ lpstat -a
Hewlett_Packard_HP_LaserJet_600_M603_10_1_6_5 accepting requests since Tue 05 Mar 2019 12:07:04 AM CET
Toshiba_eStudio_3005AC_10_1_6_5 accepting requests since Tue 05 Mar 2019 08:55:43 AM CET

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  • Printing file from command line

to print from the command line, enter the command bellow :

lpr -P printer filename

Where printer is the printer name get with lpstat -a and filename is the name of the file to print.

exemple : I wanted to print file Devis.pdf* located in my home directory on printer named Toshiba_eStudio_3005AC_10_1_6_5.

$ lpr -P Toshiba_eStudio_3005AC_10_1_6_5 ~/Devis.pdf

The default printer is HP600 : a very fast black and white printer.

~ {style=“color: #b00;”} nomad@navis:~$ lpq -h cupsis HP600-black is ready no entries ~

  • to check your printing status :
lpstat -h cupsis -W completed
-W which-jobs
     Specifies which jobs to  show,  completed  or  not-completed  (the
	 default).  This option must appear before the -o option and/or any
	 printer names, otherwise the default (not-completed) value will be
	 used in the request to the scheduler.

Pour connaitre l’etat pour un utilisateur specifique :

lpstat -W completed -h cupsis -u user


verifier la liste ds impressions du jour :

lpstat -h cupsis -W completed -u $(getent passwd | awk -F: '{print $1}' | paste -sd ',' ) | grep "$(date '+%d %b')"