[Samba] Where to get Adobe Postscript Drivers
bwiese at hms4emc.com
Tue May 13 21:35:04 GMT 2003
|From: Shanti Katta [mailto:katta at csee.wvu.edu]
|Sent: Tuesday, May 13, 2003 4:33 PM
|To: samba at lists.samba.org
|Subject: [Samba] Where to get Adobe Postscript Drivers
|According to Samba 2.2.x HOW-TO:
|You need to download them yourself from the Adobe website. Once
|extracted, create a drivers directory in the CUPS data directory
|(usually /usr/share/cups/). Copy the Adobe files using UPPERCASE
|filenames, to this directory as follows:
|I could not find ADOBEPSU.HLP from adobe, neither from "Adobe
|PostScript Windows Driver Installer 1.0.6" nor from "
|Driver AdobePS 4.2.6 for Windows 95 and Windows 98". Can anyone be more
|specific as to where I can find ADOBEPSU.HLP, because without
|cupsaddsmb says "NT_STATUS_UNSUCCESSFUL".
I asked this recently on the list, got a response, but still am in the same
boat you are now. I could not find all of the adobe files specified in the
|Also, can anyone tell me what is the difference between security = user
|and security = share. I am just testing printing from a Windows 2000
|client with automatic driver download and have smbguest account on the
|samba server. Whenever I set security = user, I can't access the samba
|server from windows client. and setting security = share causes
|cupsaddsmb to fail saying "NT_STATUS_BAD_NETWORK_NAME".
'security = user' causes the samba to look to the local smbpasswd file for
user authentication to files/printers on the server. In this way,
file/shares are only restricted by user and group accounts on the local
machine. 'security = share' I believe allows one to place password
restriction on specific shares, though I have never used it.
|Any help is much appreciated
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