Network Printer Setup
shchoi at gmail.com
Wed Jun 15 23:20:18 UTC 2005
Thank you for your kind reply.
I have tried a couple of ways as you explained, and it looks barely
fine. (The printing job goes to the printer and it prints out the job
but very slow. Moreover, CPU consumption rate goes upto 90% when the
printing job is active.)
The printer is 'Xerox Document Centre C360', and Xerox does not
officially support Linux/FreeBSD driver for this printer. The printer
has its own static IP address (it is a networked printer). I have
tested this printer over Windows2000 and works perfect.
Should I simply stay on my current setting for Linux?
On 6/15/05, Ed Fletcher <ed at fletcher.ca> wrote:
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> Soo-Hyun Choi wrote:
> > Hi,
> > We have a printer connected to a network. How do I setup the printer
> > if I only know of its IP address (no samba server or whatever).
> > It would be appreciated if one could at least point a website related to this.
> > Thank you.
> You haven't received any other responses so I'll give it a go.
> - From the Menu:
> System > Administration > Printing
> Double click on 'New Printer'
> Click on 'Network Printer'
> Select either CUPS, Unix or HP JetDirect as appropriate
> Enter the IP address
> Enter the Queue (if Unix printer selected)
> Click on 'Next'
> Select Printer Manufacturer
> Select Printer Model
> Click on Apply
> Try printing a test page.
> The only tricky thing here is selecting CUPS, Unix or HP JetDirect. I
> have a JetDirect print server that matches the parallel port printer to
> the ethernet. Works great. I believe that should work with any HP
> printer that plugs directly into the lan, but I'm not absolutely sure.
> You'll have to experiment a bit to see what works for you.
> If you can't get it running, let us know what type of printer you have
> and how it is connected.
> If anyone sees that I have anything wrong here, please post a correction.
> - --
> Ed Fletcher
> ed at fletcher.ca
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