printtool—The Red Hat Linux Print System Manager
If you want to install, modify, or delete a local, remote, or LAN printer, you're going to love the printtool program. Found in /usr/bin, printtool is a graphical interface printer setup program you can call up from the command line, from the GNOME or KDE desktop panel, or through the Red Hat control-panel program.
The control-panel and printtool programs require root permission and run under X, so you'll have to first fire up X and then type the following from a terminal window:
After you type in root's password and press Enter, the main printtool dialog box comes up, as shown in Figure 19.1.