PRN to BMP Shell for Linux is a Linux system oriented application designed for converting the document of PRN which is a kind of print spooling file to BMP format image which is a kind of popular image format. To fulfill the conversion, you just need to type some easy commands into the term of Linux system.
PRN to BMP Shell for Linux is free for evaluation. You can download, unpack and run it instantly. There is no installation step after the application is unzipped, either.
It is mentioned above that if you want to use the application PRN to BMP Shell for Linux, you need to open term before you input commands into it.
For using shorter commands, you can set the current directory of the opened term to the one that the application is saved in. If you want to get more information about the application or the commands, please type "pcl2image" in the window and hit "Enter" button on the keyboard.
The following command sample is a reference for you when you wright your own commands for converting PRN to BMP. But please remember to use the path of file called in the commands.
./pcl2image –i ./file/in.prn –o ./image/out.bmp
From the template, you can see there are three parts in the commands: called program—pcl2image which is the executable file in the package of PRN to BMP Shell for Linux, source file which is the input PRN document and target file which is the output BMP image.
The command calls the executable file "pcl2image" to convert the input file "./file/in.prn" to output file "./image/out.bmp". When you press "Enter" button after you input the commands, the conversion will run automatically and the target file will be saved in the specified location.
PRN to BMP Shell for Linux can natively be called by a script. If you need the application on a server, please use the server license. You can also redistribute the application in a third-party software package with a developer license. For purchasing the licenses, please click here.