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You need the cups package installed on all machines but only need to run it on one of them you designate as the print server. I have a single Linux Print server named printsrv running cupsd with all the network printers defined with proper drivers/PPDs/etc. On the 100+ other Linux machines at my site I have turned off the cups service daemon. The only ...
I stumbled over tea4cups (in Debian the Package is cups-tea4cups), where one can do exactly what I want, like this: # tea4cups.conf [myprinter] # just the cups printer name filter: mycommand # pipes everything though mycommand, like "<input> | mycommand | lp" # if the printer URI is prefixed with 'tea4cups://'
If others have same issue, what helped solved my problem with Mac to Canon printer (over wifi) was: when printing a PDF, in Printer Setup (After selecting Print) Select Advanced (Top of Window) -> Print as Image (Bottom of Window) -> OK
libgs is the ghostscript library. you'll need to install it with: sudo zypper install ghostscript
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