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Here's the Xerox RPM installer package for the Phaser 3010 printer. Follow the manufacturer's instructions to complete the installation. You can extract the PPD file from the RPM. See what's in the RPM: # rpm -qlp Xerox-Phaser-3010_3040-1.0-28.i586.rpm /usr/lib/cups/filter /usr/lib/cups/filter/xrhr1ap /usr/lib/cups/filter/xrhr2ap /usr/lib/xrhr1acl.so ...
As @Hyppy stated you need to use grep in any of these ways: Against a file: grep balance filename At the end of a pipe: somecommand | grep balance With extended regex : grep -E '^"balance":'
Nevermind I fixed it. Luckily I have another Terminal Server with the same setup but this one had a different driver version on it. I took the ini file and copied it to the trouble server and installed the driver and now it is working fine.
Elias did you look at the scheduled task and check the box that says "run whether user is logged on or not"? Your issues sounds like it's not checked so when the task tries to run it can't.
In the end, the problem was SELinux! The printer wouldn't print because of some obscure ACL policies, and should I say the error reporting is very poor. What I did in the end: $ sudo setenforce 0 But if you are facing this issue too, this isn't probably the best way to do it, since it will disable lots of other (possibly useful) things. Since this is a ...
Restarting Print Spooler service on the client did the job. Restarting the service on the server didn't work. Our network: Win7Ultimate 64bit + a bunch of Win7Pro 64bit without domain, only workgroup.
We have (3) HPT3500 since February 2015. We set each one up with (2) sets of drivers. One for CAD/GIS files using the HPGL2 driver and the second with just the Adobe (PS) Post Script drivers for printing from "PDF's". The HP universal multi-language driver was discouraged by our vendor.
"Load and unload device drivers" should do the trick. (Computer Settings -> Policies -> Security Settings -> Local Policies -> Load and unload device drivers) Be aware that this may grant more privileges than you intend. That said, granting "Load and unload device drivers" to Power Users is arguably more secure than making your users local administrators. ...
If you're not looking for advanced printing functions, try installing the printer locally with the simplest driver that comes pre-installed, HP Deskjet 600 for example, but make sure your server has the same driver pre-installed.
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