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As you can see at this post: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/cups/+bug/270046/comments/28 SOLVED by the easiest way (Disabling cups apparmor profile) Run these commands ... sudo mv /etc/apparmor.d/usr.sbin.cupsd /etc/apparmor.d/disable sudo /etc/init.d/apparmor restart


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Step 1: Printers > Add > Windows Printer Via SAMBA Step 2: Browse Select the printer Forward Like a normal person I chose "HP LaserJet Professional P1102w" because thats the name of the printer. HOWEVER: In order to get it working. CHOOSE: HP LaserJet Pro P1102w Foomatic/foo2zjs-z2 (recommended) Notice how the name doesn't match? Note: ...


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Use the lpadmin command (as root): lpadmin -p printer -o cpi-default=12 This works immediately, a restart of cups is not required. (The command adds a line to /etc/cups/printers.conf - might take a while before the new line appears there. If you don't want to wait, you can restart cups which updates printers.conf immediately).


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Use the lpoptions command. That writes settings to ~/.cups/lpoptions or, if run as root, in the system-wide /etc/cups/lpoptions file. These settings are used when submitting jobs via lp or lpr, hence changes take effect immediately without the need to restart services.


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I had the same problem with my Business Inkjet and Wheezy and could fix it without having to install anything, the workaround is a little tricky though, it is basically the same that I encountered in the Redmond world a while ago, when I tried to use the Business Inkjet with Win XP. You need a hex-editor (e.g. ghex) installed that allows you to edit binary ...


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Use fold. Extracts from the man page: Wrap input lines in each FILE (standard input by default), writing to standard output. -b, --bytes count bytes rather than columns -c, --characters count characters rather than columns -s, --spaces break at spaces -w, --width=WIDTH use WIDTH columns instead of 80 Use fold (maybe using the -s ...


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Rather than scanning all AFM files looking for the name of the given font, enscript only scans the font.map text file. This file is a simple two-column ASCII file where each line has the format FontName filename. If you place the AFM file in enscript's afm directory (on my system it's located at /usr/share/enscript/afm) and then add a line in the font.map ...



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