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[K12OSN] K12OSN] Printing via clients?

Julius and David,

Many thanks for your pointers to printing via terminals. If only 
I'd thought to look in the excellent LTSP documentation...

In fact, the terminals printed successfully using only two 
parameters in lts.conf:

         PRINTER_0_DEVICE   = /dev/lp0
         PRINTER_0_TYPE     = P          # P-Parallel, S-Serial

I found it was also helpful to fix the workstation IP address using
the ethernet MAC in dhcpd.conf, e.g:

    host ws002 {
        hardware ethernet 00:50:41:01:24:d9;

I'm using v.3.1.0 and it's easy to configure and remove printers 
with the Menu > System Settings > Printing applet. The only other 
stuff I needed to know was to select "JetDirect" and then enter the 
workstation IP. And then of course restart dhcpd.

I also found the CUPS web interface at http://localhost:631/admin.

It's all so easy when you know how. I can feel another Wiki entry
coming on.

Best regards,

John Ingleby

Message: 2
Date: Thu, 12 Jun 2003 21:30:49 -0400 (EDT)
From: Julius Szelagiewicz <julius turtle com>
To: k12osn redhat com
Subject: Re: [K12OSN] Printing via clients?
Reply-To: k12osn redhat com

	remove speed, flowcontrol, parity, and databits - they are
miningless for parallel port, and a good thing too: the software flow
control would really mess it up. you might dump the printer0 port -
9100 is the default. and one more thing: *no* local apps required. julius

On Thu, 12 Jun 2003, David Hopkins wrote:
> In /opt/ltps/i386/etc/lts.conf add/modify some of the following.
>         PRINTER_0_DEVICE   = /dev/lp0
>         PRINTER_0_TYPE     = P          # P-Parallel, S-Serial
>         PRINTER_0_PORT     = 9100       # tcp/ip port: defaults to 9100
>         PRINTER_0_SPEED    = 9600       # baud rate: defaults to 9600
>         PRINTER_0_FLOWCTRL = S     # Flow control: S-Software(XON/XOFF),
>                                    # H-Hardware (CTS/RTS)
>         PRINTER_0_PARITY   = N     # Parity: N-None, E-Even, O-Odd
>                                    # (defaults to 'N')
>         PRINTER_0_DATABITS = 8     # Databits: 5,6,7,8 (defaults to 8)
> I use this to print to a Brother 1440 connected to the client.
> On Wed, 2003-06-11 at 03:25, John Ingleby wrote:
> > Has anyone successfully attached a printer to their clients' LPT port?
> >
> > Presumably it requires sone local apps, but which? Any refs?

John Ingleby <john coronet co uk>

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