I am running F17, 3.6.9-2.fc17.i686.PAE and having problem to get my network printer to work. I installed the printer under Application>others>printing, it seems detect my printer over network and allow my to finish the process with correct printer path.
I tried to install a new printer via the Printer Configuration GUI, but I always got an error message from CUPS saying "There was an error during the CUPS operation: 'cups-authorization-canceled'." I did a little bit of research on that but couldn't figure out how to solve the problem (yes, CUPS is running), so I installed the printer via the http://127.0.0.1:631/ and it
Sorry, my question was ill formulated or incomplete (I edited the first post and title accordingly). I want to access thru system-config-printer gui the printer settings configuration and not by CUPS. How can I reinstall the crunchbang printer pack based on system-config-printer package.Thanks.
I have Fedora 17, KDE. I open Printer Configuration and choose New Printer. I a CUPS server error, "There was an error during the CUPS operation: ' cups-authorization-canceled'. The printer is plugged in.
I previously added a Photosmart-C2400 sucessfully.
I've finally gotten my printer configured correctly in Kubuntu 13.10, but it was a mighty struggle. The printer is an ancient but quite serviceable HP LaserJet 5M with PostScript and a duplexer. It has a network adapter plugged into the parallel port with IP address 192.168.0.11. Here's what I discovered.
Some configuration settings that appear to be identical aren't.
Hi, I can't configure my printer, which is run on a wireless network. The message I get when using Systems Settings/Printer Configuration is that printer configuration doesn't provide an interface KC Module. It says possible reasons are an error during last KDE upgrade or old third party modules lying around. Any suggestions what I should do to correct this?