Sorry for the delay in summarizing.
The original question:
>Does anyone know of a seamless way to integrate an Apple LaserWriter on
>EtherTalk with a SS10 in such a way that the LW has a printcap entry and
>files are spooled on the Sun, and ASCII can be printed without the painful
>procedure of pumping it through either mp or enscript?
The basic idea is to use papif, not lwpr as I was previously trying, and to
set up a printcap entry similar to the following:
# Apple LasterWriter Pro 630 Ethernet printer
apple|Apple|Appleps|appleps|LaserWriter Pro 630:\
Where the if points to a script which checks if the file is ASCII, and if so,
converts it to PostScript, otherwise just passes it to papif.
I managed to set up the printcap entry as people suggested, but none of the
if scripts suggested worked for me.
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