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Re: OpenBSD and KDE printing
- To: misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: Re: OpenBSD and KDE printing
- From: Rico <coolzone_(_at_)_it_(_dot_)_dk>
- Date: Wed, 05 Oct 2005 13:11:29 +0200
Daniel Martini wrote:
> Check this post:
The post solved the issue! Thanks a lot!
I found that it is possible to get CUPS (partial) working with this:
In home-directory .kde/share/config/kdeprintrc
It is difficult to get it working as it should though. It can find the
printer and it can even find a network printer installed on another
OpenBSD machine with CUPS running.
In my case the right PPD file is installed in
/use/local/share/cups/model and CUPS finds the printer. When I try to
print the printer wakes up but it never prints anything - both via
network and locally.
If I connect a GNU/Linux machine wih the exact same setup and prints
from it to the OpenBSD machine with CUPS running - it prints perfectly.
I will try to do a little more research on this since printing from KDE
with CUPS always seems to be fairly easy.
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