20 Jul 2006 arauzo   » (Journeyer)

How to print short-edge duplex when short-edge duplex does not work in your printer

  1. Everything you print in Linux use to get the form of a postscript document. Just use "print to file" in your application, or pdf2ps and get your file.ps.

  2. Then you can convert your file.ps to another .ps with even pages turned upside-down with this command (using a4 paper, change size to fit your paper):

     pstops "2:0,1U(21cm,29.7cm)" file.ps >fileTurned.ps 

  3. You can see the results with ggv or print it with lp, xpp...

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