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transfer from a Mac

From the local terminal, run the command

scp posterfile st28@sdcc12.ucsd.edu:
replacing “posterfile” with your own poster filename. It is important to type the colon (:) at the end of this command.
You will be prompted for the account password: Kif4yem+

If you received no errors, the poster file is now in the remote account.

2. In a Terminal, connect to the sdcc12 server.
*ssh st28@sdcc12.ucsd.edu
*Passwordo: Kif4yem+
*Once logged in (press space several times to page through the messages) :
Type (You should see your poster in the file list):
ls
Enter the command:
set term=xterm
Always preview your print job before printing it. The preview will contain pricing information and will show you if there are any problems with the print job. Note that the colors are an approximation of what will actually be printed. The layout is fairly accurate, so if something looks shifted to one side, it will print that way.
Click here for info on requesting a preview

3. To send your file to the printer:
These are the commands you can use to print your poster:

Heavy-Weight Matte Paper:
lpr -Pcplot1_co36 for up to 36-inch paper
lpr -Pcplot1_co42 for up to 42-inch paper

Semi-Gloss Paper:
lpr -Pcplot1_sg36 for up to 36-inch paper
lpr -Pcplot1_sg42 for up to 42-inch paper

High-Gloss Paper:
lpr -Pcplot1_hg36 for up to 36-inch paper
lpr -Pcplot1_hg42 for up to 42-inch paper

To check on the status of your print job, go to :
http://cplot.ucsd.edu.
You can also call the printer operator at 858-534-4097 with the following information:

1. Your account name (st28)
2. [optional] The print queue (cplot1_co36, for example)

If you accidentally printed a poster before previewing it, call the ACS staff with the above information and tell them to cancel the job.