cupsd.conf help. Linux-Linux printing
A while back I set up SUSE 9.1 for the girlfriend and setup cups for her epson printer.
When I ran 'localhost:631' on my machine (slackware 10.1) it automatically detected the networked printer and away I went.
I changed her distro to Slackware 10.1 also as suse dint have the development stuff and was becomming a pain in the arse.
I have the printer setup and working correctly on the host (hers), and when I try and configure the client I have to enter all the details and the IPP: address.
Im not sure how to find out the IPP address, but to the best of my knowledge I entered it like:
Ive also added 'allow from' to /etc/cups/cupd.conf
Deny From All
Allow From 127.0.0.1
Allow From 10.0.0.10 #(client IP)
and still cant print.
At the moment Im recieving host busy errors when trying to print.
Is there anyway I can set up cupsd.conf to automatically setup clients like in suse?
Last edited by munkie_poo; 04-13-2005 at 10:54 AM.