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The solution that worked for me is to edit /etc/avahi/avahi-daemon.conf, setting "enable-dbus=no". I don't know what other side effects this has as of yet.
Try running smbpasswd logged in a yourself. It should prompt you for the old password and then for the new one. The hash that SAMBA uses is stored separately from your Linux password and smbpasswd is the tool to change that. Some graphical tools to change your password might actually change both the Linux (/etc/shadow) password and the SAMBA password ( ...
As per this link it should work with hplip using the "HP Color LaserJet Series PCL 6 CUPS (color)" driver.
Installing CUPS-PDF will allow you to create a virtual printer which prints to PDF files. You can then use that printer with lpr -P to preview your output.
The documentation suggests you change the RequestRoot option in the config file. Did you try that? RequestRoot directory Specifies the directory that contains print jobs and other HTTP request data. The default is "/var/spool/cups".
According to : http://stackoverflow.com/a/3112256/544721 you need to add to your printer's file description four lines in appropriate places describing four properties of your page: PageSize, PageRegion, ImageableArea and PaperDimension. Btw. Here is my try of adding description of S0929100 Cards roll to Dymo 450 LabelWriter: ...
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