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Old 01-14-2004, 12:41 PM   #1
cthrax
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Printing across a network from Fedora Core 1 through OS X with CUPS


I am running Fedora Core 1 with a self compiled 2.6.0 kernel. I have a home network an HP PSC 2210 printer is connected to a Macintosh computer via a USB port. I managed to get my computer to talk to the Mac, but unfortunately all the jobs reach the queue on the remote computer and sit there. I've been unable to get the queue to turn it into an actual print job. Any suggestions? I'm assuming right now the problem lies on the Mac end, but I could be wrong.

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