google cloudprint *client* for fedora?
ktmdms at gmail.com
Fri Nov 7 13:56:21 UTC 2014
On 11/06/2014 10:28 AM, Kevin Martin wrote:
> On 11/06/2014 08:26 AM, Gary Stainburn wrote:
>> On Thursday 06 November 2014 13:20:00 Neal Becker wrote:
>>> I just got a google cloud enabled printer. Is there a _client_ for fedora
>>> to work via cups? Thanks.
>>> -- Those who don't understand recursion are doomed to repeat it
>> I've done this on a couple of workstations, both printing to a remote Google
>> Cloud printer and active as a server to allow a traditional printer over
>> Google Cloud Print.
>> I can't remember how to do it, but Googling "Google Cloud Print Linux" is all
>> I did to get started.
>> You will need to install Google Chrome too as this is what's used for both the
>> client and server options.
> here's what I've done to allow my non-google cloud printing printer to be a cloud printer:
> In my case I'm using the unstable version of chrome. I created a script (start_cloud_print) that has the following information:
> ps -ef | grep cloud-print | grep -v grep > /dev/null 2>&1
> if [ "$?" -eq "1" ]
> LD_LIBRARY_PATH=$LD_LIBRARY_PATH:/opt/google/chrome:/opt/google/chrome-unstable /opt/google/chrome-unstable/chrome
> --type=service --enable-cloud-print-proxy --no-service-autorun --noerrdialogs --user-data-dir=/usr/local/etc/googlecloudprint/ &
> Since I run multiple terminal windows I only want my this to run once. Then I have .bashrc exec start_cloud_print. In this way I
> ensure that my cloud printer get's started anytime I'm logged into my computer. I suppose I could write a systemd startup script
> for this so*I wouldn't have to be logged in and this would run every time I restarted my laptop but...
forgot to add that you have to have the Service State file setup as well. Mine looks like this:
$ cat /usr/local/etc/googlecloudprint/Service\ State
"email": "me at gmail.com",
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