There are times you just want to print directly from the command line.

<pre lang="bash">
# check your printing options
lpinfo -v
# what's your default printer
lpinfo -p -d
# use lp to print
lp notes.txt
# use -n print multiple copies
lp -n 2 notes.txt
# check the printer queue
lp -q
# use the job number to cancel print jobs if needed
cancel 123