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    Delay Between Printing Pages


    In Ubuntu i want to set up some kind of time delay between pages while printing. Basically I want to send the printer a document, then have it print the first page, then wait 10 seconds, and then print the next page.

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    Unix and Linux as well ships the document to the printer and the printer is in charge of putting it on paper. The printer is not driven by the computer on a line or page level.

    if you are desiring this so that you can manually duplex to double sided, there are programs that allow you to print the odd pages and then the even pages. Such as mpage.

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    Please look at man page of scanimage command at batch area. There you can get .

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