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On of the guys I work for wanted to print some documents from his iPhone and iPad. I started looking up software. Seems only a few printers work with iPhone and iPad. I would have thought that any network attached printer would work. But they are not all airprint compatible. The printer he's wanting to print to is a LaserJet P2030 series. I wasn't sure if there was an app that would work for this. There is a Windows machine there as well. So I had thought about setting file sharing betweent he phone and and Windows machine so he could drag and drop the documents to the PC and use a VNC viewer to print from Windows but that is a lot more steps than just printing from the iPhone. So is there an easy work around for this?
Hello again I made another payload for mac osx. This one will print any file from the internet (You can delet the "curl -o" command to print a local file). I you dont want it to delete the printed file, just remove the "-r". But other wise you only have to replace the bracets() and whats inside of them with your configuration. Please reply, doesn't matter what you say. I just want to see if I am wasting my time about something that no one cares about. DELAY 2000 GUI SPACE DELAY 500 STRING Terminal DELAY 1000 ENTER DELAY 1000 curl -O (here put a link to a photo of file to download or delete the command to print a local file ex. trollface.com/troll.jpg) ENTER DELAY 2000 (change this delay to adjust your internet download speed/the file size) STRING lpr -P (here put the name of the printer ex. Hp-officejet) -# (here put the number of copies) -r (here navigate to the photo or file. Its in your home folder or home directory. ex. /home/jake/photo) ENTER DELAY 3000 Command-Q