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Upgrade to Wheezy - CUPS printing to lpd printers is 6x slower

We have Debian Squeeze 32-bit servers that print PDFs to Xerox DocuColor printers. The PDFs are processed in about six seconds. We are in the process of upgrading our servers to Wheezy 64-bit. We ...
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Cups is not printing with “Filter Failed” message — how to get more info?

I have a laser printer (Samsung ML-2010) that is in good condition, it works in Windows and old linuxes, but not with my fresh installation of ArchLinux. The printer is recognised and configured, but ...
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AirPrint CUPS 401 Not Authorized

I'm setting up a system with CUPS which should be able to print from multiple platforms including IOS. I am using Tea4Cups as well since the print server should run some scripts before the document is ...
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MICR check printing through Linux (EBS)

We are currently working to get a new MICR check printer (Troy Micr - HP Laserjet 600 M601) printing correctly with Oracle EBS. Our EBS installation runs on Oracle Enterprise Linux (Redhat Based). The ...
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Print over the internet from a remote linux session locally (on a Windows 7 machine) to the shared printers?

I'm trying to use a linux virtual machine as a file server for windows clients. I have successfully implemented remote file sharing (samba+ssh) with which I am able to print locally with a little ...
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How do I load Windows printer drivers on a Samba 4 print server?

Premise / status: I've set up Samba 4 as an AD controller, and, according to the instructions on the howto, have established a [print$] share that should allow me to "upload printer drivers for ...
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Change USB device owner

I have a USB printer that when I connect to the computer it's owned by the user root and the group lp, and it's file permission is rw-rw----, so I have to print via apache/php script. To solve this ...
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Linux workstation as a printing proxy

HP LaserJet 1005 is connected to Windows 7 (x86) workstation and we cannot change that (it needs to be Windows 7 and needs to be connected there). Windows XP 32 bits drivers are used because HP does ...
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Printing to Xerox with XSA accounting from Linux

My company has a lot of Ubuntu 12.04 desktops and a new Xerox ColorQube 8900S networked printer. Using the .ppd file from Xerox I can print to the printer fine, unless XSA accounting is turned on. At ...
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List additional CUPS printer information

How to display printer information, such as printer description or printer location using command line tools? lpstat -t lists printer names, classes and devices for printers, but it doesn't list ...
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cups not printing classification

Our print server is using cups, and it is set to use a classification but the classification is not appearing on the pages. The banner prints and all config files look to be okay (printers.conf, ...
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How can I delete a printer from CUPS?

My local CUPS server is confused about the name of the printer I use. It has two names: hpext and hpext@vm-cups. I can never predict which one is going to work, and if I use the wrong one, jobs just ...
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Allowing machines other than localhost access to CUPS?

In relation to this question on printing, I have found that I cannot administer the CUPS instance from a different machine. Is it possible that CUPS is configured to accept jobs only from the local ...
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Why do I get an “No default printer” error when using “ssh lpr” but not when I ssh in?

I have a remote (linux) server that I ssh to from my (also linux) pc to print my stuff. Everything works if I do: ssh ${remote_server} (now in remote server) lpr readme.txt Or: ...
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Changing destination of a printer in lp in linux

When I type lpstat -p in bash I get: lp@linuxbox 'xerox printer in room 100' (dest lp@193.233.9.7) How do I change dest to another IP?
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Need help with local network printing while using VPN on Ubuntu 10.10 desktop

I can print to my HP printer via the LAN when I'm not connected to the VPN. When connected to the VPN, printing fails. OpenVPN 2.1.0 x86_64-pc-linux-gnu [SSL] [LZO2] [EPOLL] [PKCS11] [MH] [PF_INET6] ...
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BSD printer not recognized by Firebird

I am using BSD lpr services (BSD printing on Linux). I WAS using CUPS, but removed it in favour of the older printing system. Now Firebird/Iceweasel thinks that there are NO PRINTERS. What do I ...
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Why is there a 10 second delay when printing on Ubuntu Server 10.04?

I've seen tons of posts asking this and similar questions on various forums, but no one seems to be able to provide a solution. The basic problem goes like this: Printing worked fine on [Insert ...
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Simple and elegant solution for hooking HP printers on network

I have server connected to LAN (running cups), but it's not in the same room as HP printers. I have FPS-3003, but somehow I never managed to bind CUPS to it's supported protocols. I was thinking of ...
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connecting usb printer to linux ethernet port

I have wireless router WRT 54GS with DD-WRT and USB printer. I was thinking about installing CUPS on my old WRT and using usb to ethernet converter to connect my usb printer to network. Only part ...
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Can I share the scanner functionality of a multifunction printer over a network running cups print server?

I have a Debian box running cups on which i share out my laser printer to all the other machines in my home network. I am in the market for an upgrade to a color laser multifunction (print/scan/fax) ...
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What linux packages do I to install on my server to print to a remote print server?

I'm setting up Ubuntu 10.04 (server install) as a print client. I already have a working Ubuntu print server set up using CUPS, also running 10.04. What packages do I need to install to be able to ...
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Setting request-user on IPP printer in CUPS

I need to send a request to CUPS server with the specific request-user parameter - remote_user instead of local_user. How should I set the local CUPS server?
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How to construct url of windows shared printer for cups client

I have a HP laserjet shared on a windows 2003 server as //w3kserver/hp I want to print from a linux client that has the cups system installed. When I add the printer in the cups web frontend on the ...
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Print from Linux to Windows networked printer

I want to print from a Debian (Lenny) workstation to a Windows networked printer. I'm not even sure what type of Windows network this is. Our tech-support is friendly but doesn't want to get involved ...
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What's the best way to render raw HTML and print it (to a printer) from the command-line?

Put another way, here's my web page: /usr/bin/curl --cookie ~/.cookies 'http://somewhere.com' And I'm looking for a command that goes something like /usr/bin/curl --cookie ~/.cookies ...
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Modify existing printer settings in CUPS on RHEL4

Due to some network changes one of our printers has a new IP. A user came to me today with the following quote: "I can't print from the linux." The IP was changed a month ago and apparently we don't ...
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Share a local printer in a remote session under Linux

Do you know of an opensource equivalent of TSE under linux which can manage local printers?
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2 Printers 1 Queue

My issue: When an order is processed, the same document needs to be printed on two printers. My proposed solution: Create a single queue in CUPS with a backend script that spits the job out to the ...
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Printing big files from Linux causes PostScript errors

I've been trying to make a Dell 5110cn printer to work from Linux, to no avail. I've tried sharing the printer from both a Linux and a Windows machine, and in either case, Windows clients can always ...