[Samba] trouble printing from Win9x clients
patrick at castandcrew.com
Wed Nov 30 20:10:44 GMT 2005
yes we use a spool file.
Print command... since we customized the print system so much it is
complicated to get the print command and in most cases it will be no sense
command for people outside the company. The basic idea is that when printing
through samba we send raw data straight to the printer. Samba is used to
just redirect the data.
From: Paul Griffith [mailto:paulg at cs.yorku.ca]
Sent: Wednesday, November 30, 2005 9:01 AM
To: Patrick Carney
Cc: samba at lists.samba.org
Subject: Re: [Samba] trouble printing from Win9x clients
Here is a long shot in the dark...
Are you printers configured to print to spooler first then print ?
What does your print command look like?
On Tue, Nov 29, 2005 at 02:11:03PM -0800, Patrick Carney wrote:
> We are on an Windows based LAN using Samba file and print servers. Our
> print server is CUPS. What is happening is that the workstations
> running Win98se get locked up when trying to print to networked
> printers. Whenever this happens, From my XP client, I can open up the
> networked printer and see like 600 - 1000 past printjobs with pcguest
> as the user. I have to delete all of these jobs from my XP client and
> then go back and to the 98se workstation and the user can print fine. Has
anyone heard of this before?
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