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Old 10-28-2003, 10:25 AM   #1
Adibe_Hamm
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Angry couldnt find service: pc75089 ( 194.180.75.89)


I have reinstalled SUSE8.0 and Samba2.2.3a

my network printer installation thru YAST2 was unsucceful, but achieved only thru KDE Print Manager.

When i attempt a Printtest thru YAST2 it produces no output.

Although Samba localhost Server displays Active Connections:

PID: 1297
CLIENT: pc75089
IP ADDRESS: 194.180.75.89

I do not understand why it still gives me these error pc75089 80.75.89) couldnt find service. When i try to print thru my Windows server.

I can identify my Samba server on my Windows server.

Can anyone help pls.

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