Well it works with Windows XP machines very well. I need to know how
can I configure it to work with my Linux box too. By the way, my
firewall on both Ubuntu and Debian as server is set to "Allow Policy"
not there is no problem with its ports. It is absolutely safe since
this network is behind a statefull firewall.|
Roberto C. Sanchez wrote:
On Fri, Dec 29, 2006 at 07:13:44PM +0100, Danesh Daroui wrote:Hi all, I have a small network with four XP machines and one Linux (Ubuntu) which are all connected to a Debian server. My Debian server is supposed to act as a Printer Server. I have installed SAMBA and have configured it with SWAT and now all printers connected to the server is shared between Windows XP machines perfectly. Now the problem is that I can not share printers for my Linux system. I have also used "lpadmin" on Debian server like this: lpadmin -p MyPrinter -u allow:UbuntuUser but I can not send any test page from my Ubuntu machine. Can anybody give my any clue about how printers can be shared in a network of Linux machines?You don't need samba. You just need CUPS' port (631) to be allowed through the firewall (if applicable). In windows, you can tell it to use IPP for the protocol and then you give it the ip address or hostname of the machine and the name of the printer as you installed it in CUPS. Regards, -Roberto