postscript driver class is used to produce output that is
acceptable to PostScript printers and other interpreters.
The available options are listed below.
"pspp.ps"), a pipe (i.e.,
"|lpr"), or stdout (
letter) or measurements (e.g.
The default paper size is taken from the PAPERSIZE environment
variable or the file indicated by the PAPERCONF environment
variable, if either variable is set. If not, and your system supports
LC_PAPER locale category, then the default paper size is
taken from the locale. Otherwise, if /etc/papersize exists,
the default paper size is read from it. As a last resort, A4 paper is
If specified, font-file will be downloaded to the printer at the beginning of the print job. The font file may be in PFA or PFB format.
The font is reencoded as specified in encoding-file, if specified. Each line in encoding-file should consist of a PostScript character name and a decimal encoding value (between 0 and 255), separated by white space. Blank lines and comments introduced by ‘#’ are also allowed.
The files specified on these options are located as follows. If
the file name begins with ‘/’, then it is taken as an absolute
path. Otherwise, PSPP searches its configuration path for the specified
name prefixed by
psfonts/ (see File locations).
Default: proportional font
Times-Roman.afm, emphasis font
Times-Italic.afm, fixed-pitch font