An Idea for FC4
twaugh at redhat.com
Fri Jan 7 11:48:55 UTC 2005
On Fri, Jan 07, 2005 at 06:24:00AM -0500, Jeffrey D. Yuille wrote:
> > Well, SELinux isn't a firewall, but presuming you have the default
> > firewall installed that's what you need to change. You need to allow
> > inbound TCP port 631 packets on the server.
> > You also need to configure the queue on the server to be remotely
> > available, if you haven't done that already (but it sounds as though
> > you might have).
> > Tim.
> > */
> Hello Tim,
> You're right - it is a problem on the service side. And yes, I
> already disabled the firewall on the server side as well.
Actually I forgot to say that you also need TCP port 631 to be open on
the client I think.
> And the queue
> is available remotely, for it can be see whenever I use an application
No, it doesn't necessarily follow. You need to make sure that the
sharing properties for the queue has the "This queue is available to
other computers" checkbox checked.
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