Faucon2001 wrote:"LPD Error ! Cannot connect to LPD service Err=20"
Faucon2001 wrote:Wongck : Under Aranym I can access the internet without any problem ( web, mail, ftp). What do you mean by "check your service file" ?
Faucon2001 wrote:Ato : from the terminal of my Linux Box lpr -P HP_Color_LaserJet_2600n mydoc.txt print successfully the document on my remote Mac Printer
Faucon2001 wrote:Wongck : just an issue with PHERP, my printer queue name is really long and does not fit in the conf dialog ; I edited the conf file by hand and added the missing characters ( Hewlett-Packard-HP-Color-LaserJet-2600n) ; Don't know if I did right.
I will continue to work on it ; any advice are welcome as I am a newbie on Linux.
Faucon2001 wrote:I tried to hook up the LaserJet 2600n directly to the router as it is a network printer ... but lpd is not supported by this cheap printer, only Jet Direct
I decided to do it at revers and hook up the printer to my Xubuntu Box, and try to connect with lpd on the Mac. No more success and same error with PHERP
Faucon2001 wrote:Ato : guessed right. What I was using was CUPS-lpd. Sorry I am a newbie on Linux
Faucon2001 wrote:I did it and got something interesting, both on my Mac and with PHERP I can connect to the printer, but still not succeed to print. On the Mac, the file is sent, but not printed, I don't know where it went. On PHERP when doing a test print, I got : LPD Error did not get ACK from LPD server Err =26
Faucon2001 wrote:appeared. But in Cups queue, the job was present and of course withheld as the printer was off. Fed up, I reconnected the printer to my Mac and went googling about Cups OSX and found out that CUPS 1.4.7 from OSX 10.6.8 had lpd service broken
The solution was to downgrade the lpd service to 10.6.6 version using this script.
Ato wrote: when it works, it works. When it don't, it won't.
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