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CECM lab Printers

CECM members have access to the following printers.

On Servers (CentOS Linux 7) and Workstations (Fedora 27 & 29):

laserwriter

The old HP LaserJet 2420 next to the photocopier.

two-sided, black & white

laserwriter-single

The same as laserwriter except it's single-sided.

single-sided, black & white

lw

Just an alias for laserwriter.

two-sided, black & white

lw-single

Just an alias for laserwriter-single.

single-sided, black & white

SFU_Print

SFU_Print Queue for 2-sided greyscale printing.
Kerberos authentication required. Job can be released on the Ricoh photocopier.

two-sided, black & white

SFU_Print-single

SFU_Print Queue for 1-sided greyscale printing.
Kerberos authentication required. Job can be released on the Ricoh photocopier.

single-sided, black & white

SFU_Print-colour

SFU_Print Queue for 2-sided colour printing.
Kerberos authentication required. Job can be released on the Ricoh photocopier.

two-sided, colour

SFU_Print-colour-single

SFU_Print Queue for 1-sided colour printing.
Kerberos authentication required. Job can be released on the Ricoh photocopier.

single-sided, colour


How to use the SFU_Print Queues on CECM Linux Computers

The SFU_Print Queues require authentication so the university can track printing and ensure that the service isn't being abused. The CECM uses its own authentication system for its Linux computers, which is independent of the main Campus authentication system. In order for the central bean-counters to know who you are, you need to identify yourself to the Campus authentication system. The methods for doing this vary depending on which version of Linux you are using.


John Hebron
Research Computing Group
IT Services, SFU
Last modified: Wed Mar 20 17:14:28 PDT 2019