Re: set default print options on printer
On 2018-03-08 09:50 AM, Brian wrote:
It is correct because that is what is in the paper tray. There is no
default paper size setting for this printer through the CUPS web
interface. I know that is unusual but it is the way that printer's CUPS
driver seems to work.
On Wed 07 Mar 2018 at 21:35:02 -0500, Gary Dale wrote:
I have a Samsung C410 printer attached to a Stretch server via USB and also
available via wifi. There doesn't seem to be a default print setting for
paper size but the cups listing for the printer shows:
Defaults:job-sheets=none, none media=na_letter_8.5x11in sides=one-sided
which is correct.
na_letter_8.5x11in is the default size taken from the PPD for the queue
when it was set up. Presumably it is "correct" because it suited you. The
default media size can be changed; via the CUPS web interface is one way.
The new size would also be "correct".
The default size can be overridden by CUPS in a number of ways, usually
with the help of lpoptions. This new size is also "correct".
Perhaps but CUPS reports that the default paper size is letter while
Okular thinks it it is A4.
However when I try to print a PDF using Okular, the paper
size is set to A4. If I forget to change it to letter, the print gets
chopped off at the top.
Okular uses the default size setting in the PPD if nothing else overrides
it. If it is offering A4, it is being informed of the "correct" size by
Please post the output of 'lpoptions -p <C410_queue_name>.
$lpoptions -p Samsung_C410_Series
copies=1 device-uri=socket://192.168.1.12 finishings=3
job-cancel-after=10800 job-hold-until=no-hold job-priority=50
marker-levels=65,99,18,17,93,75,76,93,69,0 marker-names='Black\ Toner\
S/N\ :CRUM-13080800755,Cyan\ Toner\ S/N\ :CRUM-17042735161,Magenta\
Toner\ S/N\ :CRUM-13080800130,Yellow\ Toner\ S/N\
:CRUM-13080820351,Transfer\ Roller,Transfer\ Belt,Fuser\ Life,Pick-up\
Roller,Imaging\ Unit,Waste\ Toner'
number-up=1 printer-commands=none printer-info='Samsung C410 Series'
printer-is-temporary=false printer-location='family room'
printer-make-and-model='Samsung C410 Series' printer-state=3
Any ideas on what is causing this and how do I correct it?
Do you have an lpoptions file in /etc/cups or $HOME/.cups?
There is no lpoptions file in /etc/cups and the one in $HOME/.cups is empty.