Re: WEBGUI CUPS username/password
On 2006-09-18 15:48, birre wrote:
On 2006-09-18 15:31, Mazilo wrote:
I need to configure my OpenSuSE-10.1 to print to my USR5461 USB Printer
Server / Router. According to the USR5461 User manual
supports CUPS. So, when I tried to access Administration Taks on
http://localhost:631, I was prompted with a username/password
combination in which root/password on my system won't work. This CUPS
server has not been configured before and it is still a virgin one.
Does anyone know what username/password does CUPS for this
lppasswd -g sys user
Sorry, correct this to:
lppasswd -a -g sys user
Or change the /etc/cups/cupsd.conf /admin section
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