Greetings,I am having some difficulty connecting to a shared printer on another CentOS system connected to a USB HP Photosmart C3180 printer. I am able to print locally, but I cannot co... [by tuxadelic]
Hi all,I have a Canon MP600 printer/scanner connected via USB to a small print- and scan-server running Arch (last update was yesterday). The printer is shared over the network and can be accessed from a Windows 7 client. But from time to time after 1-2 prints the printer crashes. I that happens, only a power disconnect can bring it back.
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 have an OSX Lion Server(OSX 10.7.5) acting as a CUPS(1.5.4) print server. I've added the network printer(Konica Minolta using Efi Fiery driver) and installed the appropriate drivers on the print server.
The issue I'm having is that when I try to add the shared printer on client device (OSX 10.8.2), the client is unable to download the printer driver.
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.
I have a clean install of Ubuntu 13.10, the printer is on a fixed IP address (10.1.1.205, set in the router, printer still gets this IP address via DHCP), and also connected to the workstation via the USB cable. I can add the printer either as a wifi printer or as a connected printer, selecting the printer type as a 'generic ZjStream' printer.
I am trying to setup up an HP Officejet G85xi printer through an Iomega Home Media Network Hard Drive, so that the printer can be shared over the network without requiring that an attached computer be turned on to print. There is a place on the back of the Network Hard Drive to plug in the printer with USB.