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What is the difference between LPR and RAW?

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Chris Evins

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Answered Oct 15, 2020

LPR stands for Line Printer Remote Protocol. Both LPR and RAW protocols are implicated with network printing. The concept of network printing necessitates printing documents by multiple users without using a direct connection of cables between computers and printers. LPR protocol serves as a system which permits the computers and printers to work with each other in a network. LPR protocol performs by using a TCP/IP connection (transmission control protocol/Internet protocol) and LPD.

The TCP/IP operates as the channel for the order or instruction to go from the computer to permit the operator to print a document on any material using instructions on the computer. LPR protocol is primarily designed for UNIX computers. In terms of errors, the RAW protocol is common computer languages that documents are interpreted before being sent to a network printer. The printer clarifies the protocol and prints the form.

A RAW protocol is used when the computer user wants to print a complicated document that does not involve text or letters. The protocol enables the computer to convert the document into RAW form before sending it to the printer, which comprehends the given language and job. A RAW protocol is the default protocol for systems that do not use Windows OS and standard TCP/IP. Information sent without additional processing is an advantage, and it helps that there are smaller packet headers. This protocol also has fewer networks overhead.

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Answered Sep 30, 2020

LPR stands for Line Printer Daemon. This is something that you would need to make the LPD function. RAW is another type of protocol. This will make sure that you can create your own data type that comes with the name that you want to start printing. One difference of the LPR with RAW is that with RAW, there is no need to wait for data to send without further processing.

LPR stands for Line Printer Daemon. This is something that you would need to make the LPD function.
Take note that LPR is still the more common type of computer protocol right now. It can be used in Windows OS and the different platforms that are available. One disadvantage that you need to remember in LPR is that it will send an error message that is kind of generic. This means that you may not know exactly what the problem is.

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Answered Sep 30, 2020

LPR stands for Line Printer Daemon. This is something that you would need to make the LPD function. RAW is another type of protocol. This will make sure that you can create your own data type that comes with the name that you want to start printing.

LPR stands for Line Printer Daemon. This is something that you would need to make the LPD function.
One difference of the LPR with RAW is that with RAW, there is no need to wait for data to send without further processing. Take note that LPR is still the more common type of computer protocol right now. It can be used in Windows OS and the different platforms that are available. One disadvantage that you need to remember in LPR is that it will send an error message that is kind of generic. This means that you may not know exactly what the problem is.

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P. Halah

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Answered Sep 25, 2020

LPR and RAW are two popular protocols in computer networking. The full meaning of the LPR protocol is a Line Printer Remote protocol. The LPR protocol is a system that gives allowance for the working together of printer and computer in a network.

LPR and RAW are two popular protocols in computer networking. The full meaning of the LPR protocol
The term "remote" simply means that a print work that is to be done on a computer in a place can be carried out by another printer in another place; so far, they are connected with the same network. The RAW protocol, on the other hand, happens to be one of the computer languages that you can translate a document into before you send it to a networked printer—the printer prints the document after interpreting the protocol. When a computer user is printing a complicated document that contains more than just texts and letters, the RAW protocol is more recommendable. In addition, the RAW protocol is known as port 9100, while the LPR protocol is identified as RFP 1179.

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C. Hughes

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Answered Sep 23, 2020

Two standard networking computer protocols include LPR and RAW. Both protocols are involved with network printing. LPR stands for Line Printer Remote protocol, while RAW stands for Routing and Assignment of Wavelength. The LPR protocol works by utilizing a TCP/IP connection. TCP stands for transmission control protocol.

Two standard networking computer protocols include LPR and RAW. Both protocols are involved with
LPD is a software program installed inside the computer to allow the user to print a document or any material using instructions on the computer. The RAW protocol comes from a standard computer language whose documents are decoded before being sent to a network printer. The printer clarifies the protocol and prints the document into the RAW form, and then it goes to the printer. A significant attribute of RAW is that it sends information without any additional processing, and it has smaller packet headers. LPR protocol is the most universal computer protocol. It is often applied in Windows OS and other computer platforms. LPR permits both computers and printers to work synergistically.

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Answered Sep 20, 2020

One thing that you should know about both LPR and RAW is they are both used for network printing. Take note that LPR would require LPD, which stands for Live Printer Daemon. RAW Protocol which makes sure that creating the same design type is a bit complicated.

The RAW protocol will be in charge of providing the needed data without the right processing available. Take note that when you use RAW, this means that Windows will be printing depending on the format that has been set. When you use LPR, this means that you are using a server model in order to communicate the print spooler that you have in mind.

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L. Hawkes

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Answered Sep 16, 2020

LPR and RAW are common networking computer protocols. They are both involved in network printing. The concept of network printing entails the printing of documents by multiple users without using a direct connection or cables.

LPR means line printer remote protocol; it serves as a system that allows computers and printers to work with each other in a network. It also works by using a TCP/IP connection. The LPR is also known as RFP 1179. The LPR requires a line printer daemon to function.

The RAW protocol is one of the most common computer languages; it is used when the computer user wants to print a complicated document that entails more than texts or letters. The RAW protocol is identified as port 9100.

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E. Austin

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Answered Aug 30, 2019

Two standard networking computer protocols are LPR and RAW. Both LPR and RAW protocols are involved in network printing. The LPR protocol is a condensed term for Line Printer Remote protocol. The LPR protocol is identified as RFP 1179, while the RAW protocol is identified as Port 9100. The LPR protocol requires LPD, or Live Printer Daemon to function, while RAW protocol designs a data type with the same name to perform a print job.

Two standard networking computer protocols are LPR and RAW. Both LPR and RAW protocols are involved

The RAW protocol sends the data without additional processing. LPR is the most common computer protocol and is often used in Windows OS and other computer platforms. LPR protocol is more flexible and universal compared to the RAW protocol.

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Chris Kenway

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Answered Aug 13, 2019

People who are familiar with network protocols will know that these two are used for network printing. Network protocol means that it will allow different computers to print with one printer. This process will not require the use of any cable.

People who are familiar with network protocols will know that these two are used for network
LPR means Line Printer Remote and it will allow both computers and printers to work well together. RAW is a type of computer programming language. This is in charge of making sure that the codes and language will be translated so that the printer will be able to read the information and print the needed information properly. If it does not print, there may be something wrong with RAW.

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Answered May 24, 2019

LPR and RAW are both network protocols, used in network printing. The term network printing refers to printing to one printer from multiple computers and devices, without the need for cables. This is done by connecting the printer and computers to the same network. LPR stands for Line Printer Remote.

LPR and RAW are both network protocols, used in network printing. The term network printing refers
This protocol allows computers and printers to work together in a network, by using LPD, which is line printer daemon, and TCP/IP connection (transmission control protocol/Internet protocol). The RAW protocol is a computer programming language. It allows documents to be translated before they are sent to the printer. The printer interprets the RAW protocol and translates it before it prints.

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