Re: Printing considered hard?
- From: Tim Waugh <twaugh@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 08 Oct 2009 16:15:47 +0100
On Thu, 2009-10-08 at 17:04 +0200, Christoph Höger wrote:
How about telling us a little about your network so we don't have to
Well, there is really not much to say. It is a 1.3.10 cups server
running some printers. Pretty standard setup, I'd guess.
So the server is.. Fedora 10? Or something different? It's configured
to require encryption or something? Is it sharing printers using CUPS
browsing (i.e. 'Share printers connected to this system')?
Is that server on the same subnet as your client? If not, perhaps some
router is blocking out the CUPS broadcast packets or something.
Are there other machines around on the same network as you that are able
to print? What are they running, etc?
Don't change /etc/cups/client.conf -- if you've changed it, change it
The change you will be expected to make on the client is to allow CUPS
broadcast packets from the server. To do that:
2. Make sure 'Network Printing Client (IPP)' is enabled
3. Click 'Apply'
(No, you shouldn't need to do any of that in an ideal world..)
On the fedora side all server packages are somewhat broken it seems.
Slightly confused now -- you're running Fedora 11 as a client, yes? Or
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