For the drying I'd tape it to a large window, unless you have a dry mounter for heating the print in sections until it's dry. My post above was based on memories of making large prints twenty years ago [EDIT: that was rolls of either Polycontrast RC or Ilford MG RC]. Developing them was by scrolling them through deep trays/troughs. Regarding current paper rolls and their curling during drying, unfortunately I can't really help you.
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