The problem appears to bewith how CUPS handles the USB->parallel conversion, or perhaps it isin the HAL configuration. Imagine that-- 3 drivers just to print something!) Since you need a special driver, it matters whether your Linux distro has it or not.So if you've got CentOS 5.3, and a LinuxQuestions.org > Blogs > ted_chou12 parallel port with cups (LPT) User Name Remember Me? Clicking release means that they will be re-processed and then, again, held. this content
Is this fixed in sid? I love this printer. System is slackware 12.2 kernel 188.8.131.52 cups 1.3.9 Last edited by agentrnge; 01-20-2009 at 07:19 PM.. D [04/Jun/2005:19:27:18 +0200] LoadDevices: Added device "parallel:/dev/lp0"...
I [04/Jun/2005:19:27:19 +0200] LoadPPDs: Read "/etc/cups/ppds.dat", 2585 PPDs... My printer's name is not listed in this tab. Additionally, CUPS (and the print screen for Firefox, oddly enough) have a message after the name of the printer that reads: "Unable to open parallel port device file: Permission denied". I hope posting here after the bug report was closed isn't a no-no.
I've played around with CUPS and permissions, but nothing seems to work. I [22/May/2006:14:53:31 +0200] Allowing up to 100 client connections per host. the scanner still works. Thank-you so much!
I got the workaround from this bug thread http://bugs.gentoo.org/show_bug.cgi?id=285166#c12 downer17th November 2010, 02:36 AMI think its more than just a Canon drivers aren't supported in Fedora problem. D [04/Jun/2005:19:27:21 +0200] AcceptClient: 5 from localhost:631. Information forwarded to [email protected], Debian CUPS Maintainers
Still trying to figure that one out. > > If you don't want to reboot; > # chown root:cups /dev/lpt0 > # chmod 0660 /dev/lpt0 > > Roland Previous message: Unable Edit: With the latest Rawhide update, now "cnijusb:/dev/usblp0" isn't viewable with "lpinfo -l -v" and isn't listed as an option with system-config-printer. If you'd like to contribute content, let us know. I [22/May/2006:14:53:36 +0200] Adding start banner page "none" to job 21.
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Please visit this page to clear all LQ-related cookies. news D [04/Jun/2005:19:27:19 +0200] LoadAllJobs: Auto-typing document file d00008-001... Thanks, Martin -- Martin Pitt | http://www.piware.de Ubuntu Developer (www.ubuntu.com) | Debian Developer (www.debian.org) [signature.asc (application/pgp-signature, inline)] Bug archived. I can now print to a local printer > > on a workstation (and hopefully on ltsp servers - not tried yet) > > > > I found a solution in
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Top Display posts from previous: All posts1 day7 days2 weeks1 month3 months6 months1 year Sort by AuthorPost timeSubject AscendingDescending Post Reply Print view 11 posts 1 2 Next Return to “CentOS D [04/Jun/2005:19:27:19 +0200] LoadDevices: Added device "epson:/dev/lp0"... I'm using hal-0.5.8.1 on this system.Does anybody know how to get this to work?cheers,Dale Top microplex Posts: 22 Joined: 2010/12/17 15:37:00 Re: cannot print through USB->parallel cable Quote Postby microplex »
usb bus, pci bus, memory access, port access, reading out device ids, reading out vendor stings, reading out capabilities ...So now the kernel knows how to communicate with the device but Copy sent to Debian CUPS Maintainers
The workaround for me is changing "cnijusb:/dev/usblp0" to "file:///dev/usblp0" in /etc/cups/printers.conf, and then adding "FileDevice Yes" to /etc/cups/cupsd.conf. so for the meantime, i'm leaving the group of /dev/usb/lp0 as "lp" until I can figure it out. D [04/Jun/2005:19:27:18 +0200] LoadDevices: Added device "smb"... check my blog Verify parallel port modules are loaded lsmod | grep par No modules are loaded so lets go to: Menu/System Tools/Control Box/Initialization tab Add the following to Load Modules: lp parport parport_pc
Hello, Ive got an HP LaserJet 2100 / parallel interface. http://www.linuxprinting.org/show_pr...-LaserJet_2100 Anyways. I am booting from the Slitaz or Puppy Linux Live CD.Thanks for your help. It hasn't changed in sid, the 'parallel' backend is still installed as 0755 root:root.
I [04/Jun/2005:19:27:19 +0200] Full reload complete. D [04/Jun/2005:19:33:07 +0200] [Job 8] error closing *main::STDOUT D [04/Jun/2005:19:33:07 +0200] [Job 8] Error closing renderer E [04/Jun/2005:19:33:07 +0200] PID 20245 stopped with status 9! cups errors report: Unable to open device file "/dev/lp0": Permission denied perms on lp0 should not have changed... In the BIOS the paraport is set to ECP/ECC DMA1.
I [22/May/2006:14:53:38 +0200] [Job 21] Backend returned status 1 (failed) I [22/May/2006:14:53:38 +0200] Saving printers.conf... >=================================================== As reported in the log file, I get a : E [22/May/2006:14:53:36 +0200] [Job 21] I [22/May/2006:14:53:31 +0200] Loading job cache file "/var/cache/cups/job.cache"... D [04/Jun/2005:19:27:18 +0200] LoadDevices: Added device "http"... Re-traced my steps through the driver install / printer definition in cups.
D [04/Jun/2005:19:33:07 +0200] UpdateJob: job 8, file 0 is complete. Adv Reply Quick Navigation Hardware Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who's Online Search Forums Forums Home Forums The Ubuntu Forum Community Ubuntu Official Flavours Support New to Ubuntu The printer shows unavailable. Debian bug tracking system administrator
Note: this was a hard forced reboot to halt IO on a filesystem to run some undelete utils. Visit the following links: Site Howto | Site FAQ | Sitemap | Register Now If you have any problems with the registration process or your account login, please contact us. I used the CUPSconfigurator at http://localhost:631 to create an entry for my printerin /etc/cups/printers.conf, and the DeviceURI line now looks like this:DeviceURI parallel:/dev/usbdev4.2_ep00But when I try to print a test page, It looks like in sid > /usr/lib/cups/backend/cups-pdf is root:root 700 btw...
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