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Old 12-09-2009, 03:56 AM   #1
chetanpanchal
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Smile printer configuration


Dear all,

how to configure priter in my server side and clinet side with step by step?
my server name is server.example.com(192.168.0.200) and client client1.example.com(192.168.0.201).

please answer below my question?



Set up the default local print queue to forward jobs to the IPP (CUPS) print queue stationx on
server1.example.com, where x is your station number. Configure this printer as a \Generic { textonly" print queue.
Note: The queue stationx on server1 dumps print jobs into the file http://server1/printers/stationx.
This file can be examined to confirm that you have configured the print queue correctly.

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Old 12-09-2009, 08:59 AM   #2
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Originally Posted by chetanpanchal View Post
Dear all,

how to configure priter in my server side and clinet side with step by step?
my server name is server.example.com(192.168.0.200) and client client1.example.com(192.168.0.201).

please answer below my question?

Set up the default local print queue to forward jobs to the IPP (CUPS) print queue stationx on
server1.example.com, where x is your station number. Configure this printer as a \Generic { textonly" print queue.
Note: The queue stationx on server1 dumps print jobs into the file http://server1/printers/stationx.
This file can be examined to confirm that you have configured the print queue correctly.
Sorry, but this seems like a homework question, copied right from a book. There are many documents you can find on Google, explaining how to set up CUPS printing, probably along with your textbooks.

Also, you don't say anything about version/distro of Linux, what kind of printer, etc., so how can anyone give you "step by step" instructions?? If this ISN'T homework, you should be able to tell us what you've tried already, and give those details about your environment.
 
Old 12-09-2009, 05:27 PM   #3
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