[Samba] Re: Remote Downlevel Document Hangs in XP Pro Print Queue
pgbaron at aol.com
Sat Oct 22 20:32:19 GMT 2005
Flash Love <flashl <at> cox.net> writes:
> I used SAMBA, CUPS, hplip, and linuxprinting.org documentation to made all
> configuration changes necessary to successfully print from FC3 print server
> using samba-3.0.10-1.fc3 for a HP PSC 1350 SAMBA windoww share on a XPPro SP2
> I created the FC3 print queue using the CUPS web interface->Device=Windows
> Printer via
> Under CUPS only configuration, when testing, the test file enters the XP print
> queue as "remote downlevel document", the printer goes into maintenance mode
> and the print queue hangs while displaying "refreshing" intermittently. The
> only way to clear the document is to turn the printer off and reboot the
> XPPro PC.
> Under CUPS+HPLIP configuration using
> Mode/Driver=HP->Model/Driver=HP_DeskJet3320 and
> URI=hp:/net/deskjet_3320?ip=<XP Host IP address> or URI=socket://XP Host:9100
> the system complaints "Open device failed".
> How do I resolve the SAMBA Window Share printing problem?
On the Win XP machine, open printers and faxes, right click the icon for the
shared printer, select properties. On the ports tab of the properties dialogue
, select the port with the shared printer and deselect "Enable bi-directional
support". That should fix it.
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