Network-connected browser users will be able to print reports over the Internet without requiring the complex setup that is sometimes necessary using Line Printer Receiver and Line Printer Daemon (LPR/LPD) technologies.
What does LPD stand for?
LPD stands for Line Printer Daemon (protocol)
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
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We have 170 other meanings of LPD in our Acronym Attic
- Leesburg Police Department (Virginia, USA)
- Legendary Pink Dots (band)
- Lexington Police Department (Kentucky)
- Liberal Progressive Democrat (politics)
- License Provider Device
- Licensed Private Detective
- Light Point Defect
- Lighting Power Density (commercial lighting regulation)
- Lightning Prevention Device
- Lincoln Police Department (Lincoln, Nebraska)
- Linear/Local Power Density
- Link Process Definition
- Liquid Phase Deposition
- Litres Per Day (water treatment system output)
- Live Product Demonstration
- Livonia Police Department (Michigan)
- Local Project Database (various organizations)
- Locally Popular Deity
- Location Probability Distribution
- Locking Plexiglas Door
Samples in periodicals archive:
0- The iXOS Check/3 framework consists of the following: -- performance tests -- printing speed testing for various sheet volumes and formats in different printer-controller combinations -- continuity tests -- load tests that monitor error-free functions over a certain period -- flexibility tests -- paper tray control tests, remote printing by the SAP Line Printer Daemon (SAPlpd) to determine functions and printing speed -0- After passing the stringent Check/3 testing, iXOS gives manufacturers such as Konica qualified statements regarding the performance of their products under typical R/3 application circumstances.
NS/Elite now includes Telnet TN5250 display emulation, Line Printer Daemon (LPD) printer emulation and File Transfer Protocol (FTP) for TCP/IP environments; a new three-dimensional user interface with dynamic color attributes; a new Toolbar for enhanced productivity, and support for the Hayes AutoSync protocol.