[sf-lug] CUPS printer on Leopard
nathan at foo-o-rama.com
Sat Jun 7 10:30:44 PDT 2008
Thanks for your help! I followed these directions, and found the proper
settings on that advanced tab.
Thanks to everyone else who contributed as well.
On Mon, Jun 2, 2008 at 9:23 PM, Tyler Trafford <ttrafford at gmail.com> wrote:
> Nathan Hoover wrote:
> > This isn't really a Linux question *per se *but it's related. I have a
> > printer (Samsung CLP-300 fwiw) connected to my Ubuntu 8.04 home server.
> > printer works fine on the server, and my Windows boxes, where I created a
> > new port, with the URL as follows:
> > http://my-server:631/printers/CLP-300
> > That works fine... but I am having trouble configuring it to work on my
> > Macbook running OS X 10.5. It doesn't seem to support the "http..." port
> > syntax. Has anyone succesfully configured such a setup and has some
> > I tried the obvious combinations in the print dialog but nothing seemed
> > work.
> There should be an "Advanced" button where you can add different printer
> Or rather, there is if you first:
> 1. Open System Preferences
> 2. Select Printers & Fax
> 3. Click the "+" sign in order to start the adding process
> 4. With this pane open, Cntrl + Click the menu bar to "Customize Toolbar"
> 5. Drag the "Advanced" button onto the menu bar
> Tyler Trafford
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