Not sure that this is what you want - but I use
$ man ls |col -b > man.file
then just print man.file (in this case the ls man page)
You do loose the formatting (bold & underline) from the page
Robert Sweetnam wrote:
>> Hi All,
>> Heres a short one.
> How do I send a man page to a network printer? or any printer in fact
> I have a postscript printer set up as lp which I can print to using emacs
> under x.
> But I want to print a troff formatted man page to it using the console,
> Any ideas?
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