How do I access usb port properties. I need to set permissions.
I have a usb port problem. I am trying to set up printers to usb port. When I
I have setup printer to connect to usb. When I test connection, it prints. Any other part of printer setup, shows up in the Que, but will not test print.
Seem that my usb port does not have permissions set up properly. How do I set up permissions and keep them setup?
I will go off the top of my head without much research, but I would try this:
Start your file manager (like konqueror for example: sudo konqueror in console)
Then go to to /dev and locate your printer device name, i.e prn0 our lp0, etc...
Then open a console from that folder and do : ex. chmod +rx lp0
That will give your user all permissions on the printer.
Not sure it will work but try it.
first thing to test:
if no for both, check the udev rules:
It should say this:
# usb devices
BUS=="usb", KERNEL=="lp[0-9]*", NAME="usb/%k", GROUP="lp"
BUS=="usb", KERNEL=="prn[0-9]*", NAME="usb/%k", GROUP="lp"
I still can not test print.
I have tested the previous post and created printers in yast and in CUPS. I still only get a test print to work in yast, printer, connection. Other test go to QUE.
When I go in CUPS and start, I get printer not connected.
Can anyone help?
Please. tell me what /etc/udev/rules.d/50-udev.rules says about prn0 and lp0, please tell me what groups you are in and what the devices are set to:
egrep 'lp|prn' /etc/udev/rules.d/50-udev.rules
ls -l /dev/prn*
ls -l /dev/lp*
Then maybe i can help .... ;-)
Ohhh, which printer model and which distribution.
this is what I found with previous question:
egrep lp 50-udev-default.rules
SUBSYSTEM=="usb", KERNEL=="lp*", NAME="usb/%k", SYMLINK+="usb%k", GROUP="lp"
SUBSYSTEM=="printer", KERNEL=="lp*", GROUP="lp"
In YaST, pinter, deskjet6540, connection I have usbprinteron ///HP/Deskjet6500?serial=my4833POPY040j
In cups when I start, I get 'Printer not connected'
I guess you are a member of the lp group.
if you enter
Besides someone claims your printer works great with the HP driver.
Here are specific instructions:
Do I need to id from /dev?
FORDONE:/ # id
uid=0(root) gid=0(root) groups=0(root),100(users),1000(susefilepro)
As you can see, I was at root.
This was from /dev
lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 7 Dec 12 10:15 usblp0 -> usb/lp0
crw-rw-r-- 1 root lp 180, 0 Dec 12 10:15 lp0
I hope that this is helpful. Thanks.
I have created networks with Novell and Windows with no printer problems. This has been a challange at best.
I appreciate any information you can share.
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