We are facing an issue while setting up printers in solaris 5.10 . We have Oracle EBS installed over it. We have configured the printer and when we try printing a page from EBS it is printing fine. But the problem arises when we print two copies of the page.
I have network printer registerd in solaris environment. When I issue print, it prints banner page. The issue printer is registerd in Print server which is running on Linux environment. So when I issue print in Print server, it doesn't print banner page as banner settings are made to turn off It work fine form print server. the print server uses CUPS.
It's been messing up a lot lately, as in, delays several seconds before printing, then once it starts to print, it takes a long time. It use to print as soon as you would click "Print". But now, it's extremely slow and I'm not sure why. It's not that old. Bought it about a year ago and it worked just fine. But lately, the main problem is printing pictures.
When I try to print a matlab figure from red hat 5, it always comes out greyscale, even when I print to file. I can get around this by saving the plot as a PNG and then printing that, but I'd like to be able to print matlab plots directly.
I've tried selecting "color" in the print dialog box and in print preview, but the images still come out greyscale.
A PDF can have several sections, with each section having its own page numbering. It's highly likely that the page location in the PDF file is not the page number listed on the included page. The problem of printing the 'wrong' pages is related to how the PDF was created and not a problem with the printer, print drivers, or print server [CUPS]. Of course, you might
I have cups and use a program that produces the raw pcl format of the document I want to print.
I have no problem printing a normal text file as lp filename but when I give a file that has pcl escape sequences in it, I'll get immediately a completed status for this new print job - no printer reaction. Tried with 'lp -o raw filename` and the same thing happens.