[Samba] Minor problem with CUPS printing.
KCollins at nesbittengineering.com
Thu Jul 17 21:28:09 GMT 2003
> Try printcap name = lpstat in the Global settings.
Tried that - no dice.
Anything else to try?
> >> I've got a Red hat 8.0 machine running the latest
> "up2date" version of
> >> Samba
> >> (2.2.7 with Red Hat's patches) acting as a print server
> using CUPS.
> >> The printing of documents is fine for the most part.
> But I have noticed
> >> one
> >> thing that is really nothing more than an annoyance and
> was wondering if
> >> anyone else has seen the problem and possibly a cure.
> >> I have all Windows 2000 Pro clients, most of them have
> all 5 printers that
> >> this server controls installed. (The drivers are locally
> installed and not
> >> downloaded from the server - I'm still working on that.)
> All of the
> >> printers installed show up as they should and all of the
> driver options
> >> are
> >> available.
> >> But the "Printers" control panel applet keep reporting
> these printers as
> >> "Access is denied, unable to connect" when you select
> one of the printers.
> >> In addition when you double-click on the one of the
> printers to see the
> >> "queue", nothing ever shows up and the same "Access is
> denied, unable to
> >> connect" is displayed in the title bar of the dialogue box.
> >> Since the print jobs are flowing, I'm not *too*
> concerned about them, but
> >> I
> >> would like to remove this message and be able to the
> print queues if that
> >> is
> >> possible.
> >> --
> >> Kevin L. Collins, MCSE
> >> Systems Manager
> >> Nesbitt Engineering, Inc.
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