Questions tagged [ipp]

The Internet Printing Protocol (IPP) provides a standard network protocol for remote printing as well as for managing print jobs, media size, resolution, and so forth.

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CUPS - how to create users to control the access to CUPS printers?

I have set up my printer on CUPS ubuntu, and it can be use via ipp. I haven't config the users yet, but I heard that we can pass username and password via ipp url like this: http://username:password@...
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How can I print double-sided with ipptool?

I am using the comming line ipptool for printing, which is a low-level tool in the CUPS daemon for internet printing. IPP is a HTTP-based protocol for internet printers, most current LAN-based office ...
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Printing to CUPS via SAMBA shared printer slow

We have a Debian print server running CUPS. In CUPS we have a Raw print queue configured that connects to our networked printer via IPP. I've also shared this printer to our Windows users via a Samba ...
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CUPS Changing AuthInfoRequired from username,password to none with https URI

I have two CentOS 6 servers running cups and connecting to the same ipp over https printer. Both were installed with the same lpadmin command below. lpadmin -p ptr -v https://username%40mailer.com:p%...
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Logging in or plugging in a USB device wakes up network printer

I just installed Arch Linux recently and have noticed some odd behavior with the network printer (a Samsung C1860FW model). I have CUPS connected to the printer with IPP and am using a PPD from ...
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CUPS printing protocols: what's the difference between RAW/JetDirect - IPP - IPP14 - LPD?

I am debugging some printing issues on a small LAN, and although I'm fairly sure the issues I'm facing are not related to cups itself, I have been tinkering with the printing protocols that both CUPS ...
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Printing on Linux: CUPS, PPD, Print Dialogs and Print Options

OK. So I understand that CUPS works as a Print Spooler, managing print jobs and sending them to printers. I also understand that PPD files describe the feature-set of a printer and that CUPS uses ...
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Can't find the names of IPP print queues

I have (several) non-CUPS IPP printers; however, I cannot for the life of my determine the names/paths/whatever of the print queues. <printer ip>:631/ and <printer ip>:631/printers/ are ...
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Printing on Solaris

I have set up a network IPP printer on Solaris 10, but when I send a printing job to the queue, I received failed to commit job (2-0): queue disabled error, any idea why? # lpstat -t scheduler is ...
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CUPS denies access to printer

I've got a printer hooked up to my workstation (running PCLINUXOS2012) by USB. All was well until the last time I tried to apply updates to the packages - it went rather pear shaped - lots of upgrade ...
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Reasonable literature on network printing (protocols)

I need some recommendations on reasonable and up-to-date literature about network printing, the corresponding protocols (ipp, lpdp, ...), printjob authentication and accounting in heterogenous ...