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it_services:pf:printing [2018/11/30 10:28]
florido [Installation if connected via ethernet cable]
it_services:pf:printing [2018/11/30 10:33] (current)
florido [Installation if connected via ethernet cable]
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 Follow these steps: Follow these steps:
-  - become root and shut down cups (may vary depending on distribution):​ <​code>​sudo service cups stop</​code> ​+  - become root and shut down cups (may vary depending on distribution):​ <code:bash># If running Ubuntu < 16.04  
 + sudo service cups stop 
 +# If running Ubuntu >= 16.04  
 + sudo systemctl cups stop 
 +</​code> ​
   - download {{ :​it_services:​pf:​printers.conf.tar.gz | this file}} and extract it somewhere.   - download {{ :​it_services:​pf:​printers.conf.tar.gz | this file}} and extract it somewhere.
   - merge or add the contents of the file at the end of your ''/​etc/​cups/​printers.conf''​ file and save. You can also overwrite the existing file if you just intend to use the division printers.   - merge or add the contents of the file at the end of your ''/​etc/​cups/​printers.conf''​ file and save. You can also overwrite the existing file if you just intend to use the division printers.
-  - restart cups <​code>​sudo service cups start</​code>​+  - restart cups <code:bash># If running Ubuntu < 16.04  
 + sudo service cups start 
 +# If running Ubuntu >= 16.04  
 + sudo systemctl cups start 
 +</​code> ​
   - test with ''​lpstat -a'',​ you should see the list of configured printers.   - test with ''​lpstat -a'',​ you should see the list of configured printers.
  
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 Follow these steps: Follow these steps:
  
-  - become root and shut down cups (may vary depending on distribution):​ <​code>​sudo service cups stop</​code> ​+  - become root and shut down cups (may vary depending on distribution):​ <code:bash># If running Ubuntu < 16.04  
 + sudo service cups stop 
 +# If running Ubuntu >= 16.04  
 + sudo systemctl cups stop 
 +</​code> ​ 
   - add this line to ''/​etc/​cups/​client.conf''​ (create it if it doesn'​t exist): <​code>​ServerName cups.hep.lu.se</​code>​   - add this line to ''/​etc/​cups/​client.conf''​ (create it if it doesn'​t exist): <​code>​ServerName cups.hep.lu.se</​code>​
   - test with ''​lpstat -a'',​ you should see the list of all configured printers.   - test with ''​lpstat -a'',​ you should see the list of all configured printers.
it_services/pf/printing.txt · Last modified: 2018/11/30 10:33 by florido