January 09, 2009 by Peter Koller
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From: Peter Koller
ipSpool - spool raw printer data to an IP address (aka port 9100 printing)
ipSpool is a spooler for printing to a networked printer. It is fast and
works well with more than one spooler port and/or IP address. The cleaning
up of postscript data is supported, which can make a lot of networked
printers suddenly work with OS/2 or eComStation.
The spooler supports printing using the 'raw' print spooling mechanism, on
port 9100 for example.
* Supports multiple ip spool ports.
* Creates and deletes printer ports using command line options or dialog.
* Inbuilt traffic monitor and popup spooler messages.
* Provides error file logging for more information when things go wrong.
* Postscript prefilter to remove header information that makes some
* Provided with language resources to allow translation.
Changes in V1.04
* Added port installation window to simplify initialisation.
* Replaced install.cmd with an updated version.
* Fixed a memory leak in the driver configuration classes.
ipSpool is available from Hobbes - > ipspool104.zip
Download from Hobbes
If you can't find it, try