Tackling a shared USB printer (linux -> WXP)
brions at poetryproject.net
Mon May 3 22:00:27 UTC 2004
Yikes! No room for error with this crowd!
You make one slip up (accidentally hit *send* before you're done typing) and
everyone's a comedian.
The problem was completely stated in the follow-up message with the same
subject + "- take 2". I have since solved the problem of being unable to
print from Windows despite my configuration that I DID manage to type in the
The solution, thanks to Bob, was to uncomment the application/octet-stream
lines in /etc/cups/mime.types and /etc/cups/mime.convs.
In case you were curious, but haven't made it that far in the list.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Thierry Sayegh" <linux at glossolalie.org>
To: "For users of Fedora Core releases" <fedora-list at redhat.com>
Sent: Monday, May 03, 2004 11:11 AM
Subject: Re: Tackling a shared USB printer (linux -> WXP)
> brions at poetryproject.net wrote:
> >I have a Canon S630 USB printer attached to a machine running Fedora Core
> >linux. The printer works fine on the linux machine (can print CUPS test
> >w/o issue) and using the Printer GUI configuration tool I have enabled
> >for all hosts on my LAN.
> Very good
> > I also have SAMBA configured and running and am able
> >to sucessfully share three directories with a Windows XP machine, a
> >2000 Pro machine, and a Mac iBook runing OS X.
> Now, what is the problem exactly?
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