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Do use such a program when printing.
It more generally allows to print any selected subset of pages in any postscript document.
LPR2 has got much fewer features than other packages I know (mpage, psutils); but it's the only program that has a 100% success rate with no loss in quality: mpage and psutils fail most of the time in some way or another (e.g. complete fail, printing with erroneous font, printing upside-down, etc) particularly when there's any postscript embedded inside another document. Of course, do try mpage and psutils first in case they work, for they have n-up capability et al, that save even more resources, which capabilities lpr2 will never have unless you add them yourself. Also, if you have access to the original document or an intermediate description file (.doc, .tex, .dvi, etc), you should try to work it out directly, instead of transforming the postscript output...
LPR2 is typically the kind of utility that shouldn't be needed, if only computer systems were better designed.
I'd be happy to give away the maintenance of the remaining (latter) document -- any taker ?
shorten -x pugnani1.ul.shn - > /dev/audio"(Hey, this page was originally written in prehistorical times when MP3 didn't even exist! MP3 is horribly patent-encumbered, anyway)
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