[ubuntu-uk] App to discover networked printer IP?

Gordon gbplinux at gmail.com
Fri Jun 26 18:00:55 BST 2009

Gordon wrote:
> Alan Pope wrote:
>> 2009/6/26 Gordon <gbplinux at gmail.com>:
>>> Ubuntu 9.04. I know the IP of my networked printer but it would be
>>> helpful to have an app that would find the IP of a networked printer if
>>> I joined some other network....
>> The add printer wizard thing does this already.
>> System -> Administration -> Printing -> New.
>> It can scan for both local and networked devices.
> Not here it doesn't....
> System-Administration-Printing-New, and clicking on "Find Network
> Printer" the "find" button is greyed out....
> If I type in the IP (already known), then it "finds" the printer.

Uhh amend that....if I type in "192.168.0" in the Host box then it DOES
find it. Not OVERLY intuitive, is it?

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