k1pfeifle at gmx.net
Thu Jan 13 04:42:09 PST 2005
> Does anyone have any hints for getting this working. I've tried to connect
> using an address like:
> where a.b.c.d is the ip address. All I can get is a message saying:
> "Network host 'a.b.c.d' is busy; will retry in 30 seconds...INFO:
> Connecting to a.b.c.d on port 80..."
You are mixing the syntax for 2 different CUPS backends into one.
A port *number* is for the socket:// backend, a queue *name* for
the lpd:// backend. (Backends are different programs in CUPS which
are able to talk to the printers using the appropriate different
So some correct syntaxes could be:
I seem to remember that Canon often uses the "print" and "hold"
queuenames (provided they have a Fiery RIP built in). If in doubt,
use their Windows installer for the driver, and then look what
that one did setup for Windows. Then use the analogue backend in
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