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Old 11-27-2007, 02:54 AM
Alex Janssen
 
Default Bug: enabling 'cups-lpd' results in frezing of Gusty

Ingo Steiner said the following on 11/11/2007 07:09 AM:
> I have already filed a bug-report in Launchpad, but it is still ignored:
>
> https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/159260
>
> I had to downgrade to Feisty again, to be able to print out of a
> Parallels-VM via 'cups-lpd'
>
>
I know your post is old, but I just saw it.

Did you get it working?
I installed xinetd as suggested in the man page for cups-lpd. I added
the only_from = ipaddress parameter. cups-lpd loads and takes print
jobs this way.

I'm having trouble with a header printing, even on a raw queue printer,
which isn't supposed to happen.

Alex

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Old 12-11-2007, 02:25 AM
Alex Janssen
 
Default Bug: enabling 'cups-lpd' results in frezing of Gusty

Alex Janssen said the following on 11/26/2007 10:54 PM:
> Ingo Steiner said the following on 11/11/2007 07:09 AM:
>
>> I have already filed a bug-report in Launchpad, but it is still ignored:
>>
>> https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/159260
>>
>> I had to downgrade to Feisty again, to be able to print out of a
>> Parallels-VM via 'cups-lpd'
>>
>>
>>
> I know your post is old, but I just saw it.
>
> Did you get it working?
> I installed xinetd as suggested in the man page for cups-lpd. I added
> the only_from = ipaddress parameter. cups-lpd loads and takes print
> jobs this way.
>
> I'm having trouble with a header printing, even on a raw queue printer,
> which isn't supposed to happen.
>
> Alex
>
>
Well, I found the solution to my problem. Just thought it might be
useful to someone else. I really feel like slapping myself. I thought
the default mode for lp was NoBanner. But, nooooo. The -onobanner
option to lp on the sending end fixed the problem. Now I've got SCO
printing on a Linux printer shared via CUPS! I've got to go calm down.
Whew!

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