CSE 20 Discrete Mathematics
Usually you should be able to display a PS-file using the command
If you have access to a printer which is capable of printig PS,
lpr [-P<printer-name>] <filename>
should print the document. Note: If the printer is not the standard-printer
in your system, you have to specify its name with the -P option.
Most of the more-expensive printers are able to print PS.
To view PS-files on your computer (and print them with a non-PS-printer)
you need to have the Ghostscript
-package installed on your system. For more information click on the links.
for details on what to download (you can also download the package from
the GSview Home Page).
for the Macintosh port of Ghostscript.
Last Updated: Apr. 8., 1998