Hi,the cups client stores the information about the printers in '/etc/cups/printers.conf'. When you have a cupsserver running somewhere you should put the following line in &#... [by michelis]
on 02/09/2012 – Made popular on 02/09/2012
Hello,I already tried to raise that on cups and cups-devel mailing lists, but got no response at all.I use the current cups 1.7.2 for my university network. My local username is florian and printers are successfully discovered using cups-browsed and avahi. My username that is permitted to print is lindnefn.
I installed Cups on Debian to share printers with Postscript option. But printings were too slow and I added the following line in printers.conf to avoid Cups calling pstops and Ghostscript each time :
Filter application/postscript 0 -
Now printings are very quick and everything is OK, except numer of copies. For n copies required, Cups seams to send n times the printing.
After upgrading from Ubuntu 13.04 to 14.04 the system printing dialog shows printers I never installed:
"Farblaser" and "Laser" are printers I installed, the other two show up out of nowhere. Neither the CUPS web interface nor system-config-printer shows them, even with View/Discovered Printers enabled. Browsing Off is already in the CUPS config file.
Hi all, I am able to connect to the cups server of my university and the printers are all displayed in the printing settings app. I can print a test page on any of the printers from there. But when i try to print any document,image etc no printer comes up on the screen.
Hello gentlemen, I do not have a problem - I just want some information.
Epson Workforce 545
Ubuntu 12.04.1 server
Cups is configured and the printer is going wireless.
I have a client workstation using Ubuntu 12.04.1 Desktop. I have the printer hooked up and running as a remote printer so I can send jobs from the client. I am just simply wondering this.