Network printing in Fedora 15
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Sat Aug 6 20:13:15 UTC 2011
On Sat, 2011-08-06 at 09:12 +0930, Tim wrote:
> Theoretically, all you need to do to get it to work is:
> 1. Set up the server so that it can do its own printing (get the right
> printer driver, test print through CUPS, test print through any
> program that prints its output). Then configure its CUPS server to
> share itself to the LAN.
> 2. Set up the server's firewall so that it can act as a CUPS *server*
> (probably called IPP, for internet printing protocol, in your firewall
> 3. Set up your client's firewall so they can be a CUPS *client*
> (again, it may be called IPP).
> I don't know if, since the last time I set up network printing,
> there's any options that need setting with SELinux configuration, as
> well. There didn't used to be.
To be complete, I should add that you do need the CUPS services running
on both the server and the clients.
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