h.blischke at srz.de
Fri May 16 04:33:18 PDT 2008
Friedemann Brauer wrote:
> I have a printer attached to a computer running xubuntu 7.10 using cups. I configured this for shared printer use, in cupsd.conf , according to the cups documentation:
> # Allow remote access
> Port 631
> Listen /var/run/cups/cups.sock
> # Share local printers on the local network.
> Browsing On
> BrowseOrder allow,deny
> BrowseAllow all
> BrowseAddress @LOCAL
> DefaultAuthType Basic
> <Location />
> # Allow shared printing...
> Order allow,deny
> Allow all
> When I try to print from a machine that runs RedHat 7.1, I get the error message:
> cannot open connection - Connection refused
> Are there special directives for cupsd.conf to make this work, or are the two systems just incompatible?
Look at the security settings of your xubuntu machine (firewall etc.).
Looks like the port 631 is not accessible from the outside-
H.Blischke at acm.org
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