Set up apsfilter for your print filter. See www.apsfilter.org. It
enables printing of a vast variety of formats by converting them to
postscript then either using ghostscript for non-PS printers or sending
the output directly to PS printers.
I've been trying to setup printing to remote printer from my linux box
on a local lan. The remote machine is w2k. I think I might have the
smbclient stuff setup right but my firewall is blocking the packets.
A sample looks like:
Feb 10 17:11:10 reader kernel: Packet log: \
output REJECT eth0 PROTO=6 MY.LINUX.ADD:1648 w2k.lan.box:139 \
L=60 S=0x00 I=16258 F=0x0000 T=64 SYN (#49)
This data is going to an address on my local.lan but its trying to go
out over my internet connection. (eth0).
I want to route it thru eth1. I guess this a basic networking
question really, but I'm getting confused with hostnames and how to
send out data over eth1 instead of eth0
The address given to the print commands are a local addressess
When I traceroute or ping a local address, it seems to get routed over
eth1 without any special effort. At least the wire connecting the
machines are running to eth1 NIC so has to be routing correctly.