printing

If you want to conserve paper or don't want to carry around a lot of paper, it is possible to print multiple pages on a single sheet of paper.

There are two utilities for setting multiple pages on one piece of paper. They are called mpage and psnup...
The School of Mathematics uses CUPS (Common UNIX Printing System)

To check that status of the printer (Check if your job printed):

Go to a Web Browser and type:
http://printhost.math.ias.edu:631/printers/

where is the name of the printer you...
Go to the Main Menu:
-Select Setup
-Type P for Printer
-Move your cursor to Personally selected print command
-Type A for Add Printer
-It will ask you to type printer name: s0 or s0d for ground floor printer, or you can choose another printer
...
Find out what printer is your default: echo $PRINTER If this does not output anything or is incorrect:

export PRINTER='printer-name'

where 'printer-name' is the printer you want to set:

f2, f2d, f3, f3d, f4, f4d, s0, s0d, s1, s1d, s2...