Sent via Deja.comQuote:> But print jobs don't get printed.
> Sorry, I forgot. I've tried both the web version of the cups
> configuration tool, and printtool, both don't fix things.
I assume you have 'GROUP=<same_GROUP_name_as_smb_server>' in smb.conf>?
I am using RH7 at the moment, so with RH's control panel print tool, I
have almost never had a problem configuring local or smb printers. I
once even copied the 'rhs' directory printools from RH to another distro
and had successful printing via smb ... bad that seems a possible
copyright prob with RH? I have no knowledge of 'cups', sorry!
Whatever the case, if you still can't solve the problem, feel free to
email me directly and I will be more than willing to walk with you
through this in more detail ...
pub 1024D/6AD04244 2000-12-14 Jeffrey P Rose
Key fingerprint = C1A5 958B B2F5 9C0E 0613 4825 17FE FB39 6AD0 4244
sub 2048g/41E76506 2000-12-14
Hi all. I've got samba up and running on a mandrake 7.2 box. Details:
networking setup is peer-to-peer
workstation: Mandrake 7.2, cups 1.1.7, samba 2.0.9
remote: laptop running windowsMe 8-<
Printer: HP dj820Cse winprinter
Printer works fine, well, acceptably well in linux via cups, using
foomatic+pnm2ppa drivers, using the lp printer que setup in printdrake
Printing from the remote using the windows printer drivers
Samba runs on boot
When browsing for printers from the remote via network places I can see
only a printer called "printers". I cannot print to this printer.
However, when I restart samba, what do I see? I can "see" printer "lp"
in the network places, in addition to "printers". If I point the laptop
to that printer (\\workstation\lp) instead of "printers"
(\\workstation\printers) I can now print to my hearts delight.
BUT this printer "goes away" when I reboot. The only way to get it back
is to execute "samba restart".
Here is the printer section from /etc/smb.conf:
# NOTE: If you have a CUPS print system there is no need to
# specifically define each individual printer.
# You must configure the samba printers as "Generic PostScript Printer"
# on your Windows clients.
# If you wish to configure the printers directly on the Windows clients
# (i.e. use the windows drivers on the clients) you must swap the
# 'print command' line below with the commented one.
comment = All Printers
path = /var/spool/samba
browseable = yes
# to allow user 'guest account' to print.
guest ok = yes
writable = no
printable = yes
create mode = 0700
# print command: see above for details.
print command = lpr-cups -P %p -o raw %s # using client side printer
drivers.; print command = lpr-cups -P %p %s # using cups own drivers
(use generic PostScript on clients).
lpq command = lpstat -o %p
lprm command = cancel %p-%j
(yes the cups driver line is commented out)
let me know what you think.