Can anyone think of a way of Re-Sharing a Shared Printer? When I connect the shared printers to Server 2008 R2, it comes up as a network printer, and settings take affect on the host (not the server) so I can't Re-Share it.
The reason I need this is I have a number of workstations that run software in which I have to hardcode the printer name.
Hi, I am just a user trying to get CrunchBang to do all that I need. I am very happy for the most part. I have been migrating away from Windows XP because I lost the install disk. Hardware=eeepc 1000HE. OS=CrunchBang Statler, ran updates at first run, printer support, did not go with Zen. Sound works, wireless works. I know next to nothing about linux.I am trying to get my printer working.
Recently this model printer was moved to the paperweight section of the linux printer database, well this was a correct move for (new Installs of 11.2 ) but , there is a way around this if you have one of these printers and they are great for basic printing in linux.
this is not the best way to save a printer but it worked for me and i did not have to go out and replace two printers.
I am running Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server release 5.3. I am using CUPS to print. What i want to do is use a printer class so it will print to the first printer that is turned on. It works fine until the first printer in the class is out of paper. The print job goes to the first printer and waits for more paper to print, but then also prints to the next printer in the class.
My 11.2(KDE) machine automatically picks up several remote printers at work, most of which I never ever use.
Is there a simple way to hide some selected printer?
I only want to hide certain specific printer names (or printer IP-addresses), but see all other remote printers. So when I am travelling somewhere else, I want to see all printers that are currently available.