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  • Configuring Samba to allow Use of CUPS printer

    - by Skizz
    Having trouble with samba printing. I have a CUPS printer installed on an Ubuntu 11.04 server and that works great. When I try to configure samba to allow an XP machine to use the printer, it fails when printing. I can install the printer drivers for XP from the server and the printer appears in the XP printer control panels. When I try to print a test page from the XP machine I get this error in the system event log: Jun 27 20:33:29 FatController smbd[3571]: [2012/06/27 20:33:29, 0] rpc_server/srv_netlog_nt.c:603(_netr_ServerAuthenticate3) Jun 27 20:33:29 FatController smbd[3571]: _netr_ServerAuthenticate3: netlogon_creds_server_check failed. Rejecting auth request from client JAMES machine account JAMES$ Here's my smb.conf file: [global] server string = %h (Server) workgroup = SODOR encrypt passwords = true security = user os level = 255 preferred master = yes domain master = yes local master = yes logon path = \\%L\profile\%U logon drive = S: logon home = \\%L\home\%U domain logons = yes map to guest = Never guest ok = no dns proxy = no time server = yes logon script = logon.bat load printers = yes printing = cups printcap name = cups nt acl support = no interfaces = eth1 lo bind interfaces only = yes smb ports = 445 [netlogon] comment = Net Log On path = /home/samba/netlogon guest ok = no read only = yes browseable = no [profile] comment = User Profiles path = /home/samba/profiles read only = no create mask = 0600 directory mask = 0700 browseable = no store dos attributes = yes [printers] comment = All Printers path = /var/spool/samba browseable = yes guest ok = no printable = yes [print$] comment = Printer Drivers path = /var/lib/samba/printers browseable = yes guest ok = no read only = yes write list = root, skizz Anyone know what the problem is and how to fix it? In addition to the above, I also get this error: Jun 27 21:56:35 FatController smbd[3571]: [2012/06/27 21:56:35, 0] printing/print_cups.c:1027(cups_job_submit) Jun 27 21:56:35 FatController smbd[3571]: Unable to print file to `Edward' - client-error-not-authorized which I think is more relevant.

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  • How do I simulate overprinting in Adobe Reader?

    - by Ben Everard
    On both Mac and Windows when I print a document there is an advanced screen that allows me to select an option called Simulate Overprinting, however such an option doesn't appear on the Ubuntu version. Wikipedia on overprinting: Overprinting refers to the process of printing one colour on top of another in reprographics. This is closely linked to the reprographic technique of 'trapping'. Another use of overprinting is to create a rich black (often regarded as a colour that is "blacker than black") by printing black over another dark colour. This is an issue for us, as we're trying to print documents that need flattening (this is what overprinting does). Am I missing something here, is there a way to enable overprinting on printed PDFs? Note: Please don't confuse simulate overprinting with overprint preview, of which doesn't apply when printing. Just to show you what I'm looking for, this is the Print > Advanced screen... And this is what I see on the Ubuntu screen, not no option for overprinting

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  • How to use driver for printer?

    - by jamie
    I've been trying to get my Lexmark x1290 to work on Ubuntu 12.04. According to this post, the z600 driver should work to print, so I downloaded the z600 driver from here and installed it through the Ubuntu Software Center. I plugged in my printer and went to the "Printer" section under System Settings... and followed the wizard to install it. It showed up as "1200-series" but never gave me a choice to choose the driver and when I try to print to it, it pops up a message that it is printing and then that it is done printing, but it is definitely not printing anything. What am I doing wrong here?

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  • Printing from web pages (reports especially) with greater precision.

    - by Kabeer
    Hello. I am re-engineering a windows application to be ported to web. One area that has been worrying is 'printing'. The application is data intensive and complex reports need to be generated. The erstwhile windows application takes advantage of printer APIs and extends sophisticated control to the users. It supports functions like page break, avoiding printing on printed parts of the sheet (like letterhead), choice of layouts and orientation, etc. Please note that these setting are not done only while printing, they are part of report definition sometimes. From what I know, we cannot have this kind of control while printing web pages. I am in a process of identifying options at my disposal. While I prefer to first look into something that will help me print from raw web pages, following are other thoughts: Since reports can also be exported to .xls & .pdf versions, let user download one and print directly. This however limits my solution to the area of application that have export feature. Use Silverlight (4.0) for report layout definition and print. I think Silverlight 4.0 (in beta right now) provides adequate control over the printer. I have so far been avoiding the need of any RIA plugin. Meticulously generate reports on web with fixed dimensions. I am not sure how far this will go. Please share practices that can be applied easily in my scenario.

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  • Google I/O 2012 - Beyond Paper: Google Cloud Print and the Future of Printing

    Google I/O 2012 - Beyond Paper: Google Cloud Print and the Future of Printing Akshay Kannan Use Google Cloud Print's API to send documents to a printer (or anywhere else) quickly and easily. We're currently integrated with Chrome, ChromeOS, mobile Gmail/Docs, and most new printers, and that's just the start. We provide a configurable JavaScript API, an Android Intent, as well as HTTP and XMPP interfaces for sending documents and receiving them in virtually any format. Come learn how to enable printing from your web and mobile apps on any device to any printer in the world, with just a few lines of code! For all I/O 2012 sessions, go to developers.google.com From: GoogleDevelopers Views: 41 1 ratings Time: 01:06:43 More in Science & Technology

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  • Can a Printer Print White?

    - by Jason Fitzpatrick
    The vast majority of the time we all print on white media: white paper, white cardstock, and other neutral white surfaces. But what about printing white? Can modern printers print white and if not, why not? Read on as we explore color theory, printer design choices, and why white is the foundation of the printing process. Today’s Question & Answer session comes to us courtesy of SuperUser—a subdivision of Stack Exchange, a community-driven grouping of Q&A web sites. Image by Coiote O.; available as wallpaper here. The Question SuperUser reader Curious_Kid is well, curious, about printers. He writes: I was reading about different color models, when this question hit my mind. Can the CMYK color model generate white color? Printers use CMYK color mode. What will happen if I try to print a white colored image (rabbit) on a black paper with my printer? Will I get any image on the paper? Does the CMYK color model have room for white? The Answer SuperUser contributor Darth Android offers some insight into the CMYK process: You will not get anything on the paper with a basic CMYK inkjet or laser printer. The CMYK color mixing is subtractive, meaning that it requires the base that is being colored to have all colors (i.e., White) So that it can create color variation through subtraction: White - Cyan - Yellow = Green White - Yellow - Magenta = Red White - Cyan - Magenta = Blue White is represented as 0 cyan, 0 yellow, 0 magenta, and 0 black – effectively, 0 ink for a printer that simply has those four cartridges. This works great when you have white media, as “printing no ink” simply leaves the white exposed, but as you can imagine, this doesn’t work for non-white media. If you don’t have a base color to subtract from (i.e., Black), then it doesn’t matter what you subtract from it, you still have the color Black. [But], as others are pointing out, there are special printers which can operate in the CMYW color space, or otherwise have a white ink or toner. These can be used to print light colors on top of dark or otherwise non-white media. You might also find my answer to a different question about color spaces helpful or informative. Given that the majority of printer media in the world is white and printing pure white on non-white colors is a specialty process, it’s no surprise that home and (most) commercial printers alike have no provision for it. Have something to add to the explanation? Sound off in the the comments. Want to read more answers from other tech-savvy Stack Exchange users? Check out the full discussion thread here.     

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  • Why does HP Update at remote system trigger RDP printing at local system?

    - by lcbrevard
    This is obscure. When connected with RDP to another system that has HP Update installed on it, either directly running the HP Update or having the notification pop up to ask if you want to run HP Update causes the local system to try to print something to peculiarly-chosen-local-printer. Case 1: Desktop Win 7 Ult system RDP connected to HP Laptop Win 7 Ult system. When HP Update runs on the laptop a dialog for XPS Writer Save As... appears on Desktop system. Even if you put in a name, nothing gets generated and the dialog repeats. And repeats. Until you (a) close the RDP connection and (b) clean out the queued entries. If the HP Update pops up the request to run the update and you are not at the desk when this happens, there can be dozens of queued requests for this bogus printing. NOTE: the XPS Writer is not selected as a default printer on either system. Case 2: (Different) HP Laptop Win 7 Ult system RDP connected to XP Pro "brand X" desktop system but with HP printer drivers installed. If the request to run HP Update notification pops on the XP system, dozens of attempts to print, in this case to a Versa Check Printer driver, are queued. Dismissing the HP request, closing RDP, and cleaning out the queue are required to stop this. NOTE: the Versa Check Writer is not selected as a default printer on either system. THE QUESTION: What the heck is going on here? Some kind of scripting or COM activity that is misdirected?

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  • How do I calculate the cost of printing a given page?

    - by Alenanno
    I have seen questions like How much does a square inch of ink cost and How much more will a high-dpi image cost to print?, but mine isn't asking neither about a specific case, nor about how much something costs, as that would depend on the toner, for example. Rather, I was wondering how should I go about calculating the cost of printing a given page. Note that "given page" should be seen as a sort of x, i.e. the answer should be applicable in any case; I'd like this question to provide a good reference for those who want to calculate this cost. What should be taken into consideration? The cost of a single page (the paper only) is easily checkable, since you divide the cost of the whole package for the number of pages in the package itself. But how do I calculate the cost of the ink/toner? Which could translate to: how do I calculate the Ink Density1 for a given printer? I know it depends on quality of the printer itself, the type, the quality of the image being printed, the very nature of what I'm going to print, etc. But again, the focus of my question is not on the variables of this case, but rather the constants, hoping the math simile works for this case too. 1: Total amount of ink in one area of the page.

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  • Printing problem in Silverlight 4.0 RC - loading images in code behind

    - by Jacek Ciereszko
    Few days ago I faced a problem with printing in new Silverlight 4 RC. When you try to dynamically load image (in code behind) and print it, it doesn't work. Paper sheet is blank. Problem XAML file: <Image x:Name="image" Stretch="None" /> XAML.cs: image.Source = new BitmapImage(new Uri(imageUri, UriKind.RelativeOrAbsolute));  Print: var pd = new PrintDocument();   pd.PrintPage += (s, args) =>     {       args.PageVisual = image;     };   pd.Print(); Result: Blank paper.   Solution What you need to do, is forced Silverlight engine to load that image before printing start. To accomplish that I proposed simply checking PixelWith value. Your code will ask about PixelWidth of image so it will have to be loaded. XAML.cs: BitmapImage bImage = new BitmapImage(new Uri(imageUri, UriKind.RelativeOrAbsolute)); image.Source = bImage; InitControl(imageUri, movieUri, isLeft); int w = bImage.PixelWidth; int h = bImage.PixelHeight;   DONE!   Jacek Ciereszko

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  • /usr/lib/cups/backend/hp has failed with an HP LaserJet p3005

    - by edtechdev
    Ever since 10.04, I can't print to an HP laserjet p3005. I'm even using an entirely different computer now with a fresh install of 10.10. I've tried with and without the latest hplip. Recently, sometimes I can get it to print a few things, but eventually it always fails (usually when printing a pdf from the document viewer (also doesn't work with adobe pdf reader)). Sometimes it fails so bad the printer gives an error saying it needs to be turned off and on again. I can't seem to find a fix anywhere, I've googled all over the past year and tried every fix I could find. It does say that the /usr/lib/cups/backend/hp has failed. It also doesn't make a difference if I create the printer using hp-setup or ubuntu's own printing control panel. I delete and re-create the printer, no difference eventually. I use the default printer settings or custom settings, no difference. I can print perfectly find to a networked printer at home - an HP officejet 6310. It seems to be networked HP printers at work that I can't print to anymore (except occasionally right after re-installing the printer driver). What's the recommended way to install HP printer drivers and reset or clean out everything from before. Or where are the right logs to read or debug commands to do to find out what may be the real cause of the printing problems?

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  • /usr/lib/cups/backend/hp has failed

    - by edtechdev
    Ever since 10.04, I can't print to an HP laserjet p3005. I'm even using an entirely different computer now with a fresh install of 10.10. I've tried with and without the latest hplip. Recently, sometimes I can get it to print a few things, but eventually it always fails (usually when printing a pdf from the document viewer (also doesn't work with adobe pdf reader)). Sometimes it fails so bad the printer gives an error saying it needs to be turned off and on again. I can't seem to find a fix anywhere, I've googled all over the past year and tried every fix I could find. It does say that the /usr/lib/cups/backend/hp has failed. It also doesn't make a difference if I create the printer using hp-setup or ubuntu's own printing control panel. I delete and re-create the printer, no difference eventually. I use the default printer settings or custom settings, no difference. I can print perfectly find to a networked printer at home - an HP officejet 6310. It seems to be networked HP printers at work that I can't print to anymore (except occasionally right after re-installing the printer driver). What's the recommended way to install HP printer drivers and reset or clean out everything from before. Or where are the right logs to read or debug commands to do to find out what may be the real cause of the printing problems?

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  • How to customize the printing while using Window.print ?

    - by Holicreature
    i want to print a invoice and i use a print.css by media=print and when i change the current stylesheet to print.css i could able to view what i should be printing without the titles and content left aligned. But still while i'm printing there is space in the top and left and its taking up whole a4 sheet and also the whole width of the page.. But i've defined a body width of just 550 px. While i view to print preview, it takes the whole width instead of taking up 1/3 of the width.. My print.css is body { width:550px; height:450px; color:#000000; margin:0; padding:0; word-spacing:1.1pt; font-family : "Times New Roman", Times, serif; font-size : 10px; text-align:left; } a { visibility :hidden; display : none; } input{ display : none; } table { margin: 1px; text-align:left; } #list,#head,#cont,#fotter,#oth,#links,#name,li,ul,ol { display : none; } I'm printing through browser using window.print, so is there any special configuration i need to do...?

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  • Printing an Image embedded into an asp.net page. C#

    - by user1683846
    I am looking to print using C#, micorsoft visual studio, asp.net. The goal:- I am trying to print all pages in a fax document. Format:- The fax document is received as a single .tiff file with multiple pages. What needs to be done:- I need to iterate each page in the .tiff image and print them all. // This function will iterate all pages, one at a time. // protected void PrintAll_Click(object sender, EventArgs e) { // counts number of pages in the fax document.// int number = _FaxPages.Count; // for loop to iterate through each page. // for (int i = 0; i < number; i++) { string _FaxId = Page.Request["FaxId"]; _PageIndex = i; imgFax.ImageUrl = "ShowFax.ashx?n=" + _FaxId + "&f=" + _PageIndex + "&mw=750"; PrintAll.Attributes.Add("onclick", "return printing()"); } } and In my Java script I have: function printing() { window.print(); } Now the issues are: <1 The function only prints one page (the very last page of the tiff file)....and it prints the entire window and not just the embedded .tiff image in the entire web browser window. Any Ideas of how to go about just printing the .tiff embedded image instead of the entire web browser window. <2 Although my for loop iterates through the pages. The print function is only called after the loop has iterated through all the pages and stopped on the final page (say page 6/6). And then it only prints that last page (along with the rest of the contents on the browser window). This is not what I want to happen... I dont want to print all the excess material on the browser window such as buttons, links etc... I just want the embedded .tiff image from the browser window.

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  • C++ Printing: Printer jams, what am I doing wrong?

    - by Kleas
    I have a problem with printing in C++. As far as I know, this code used to work on my previous printer, but ever since I got another one (an HP C7280) it started giving problems. Whenever I try to print anything, even an empty page, the page JAMS the printer. I have to manualy remove the page from the printer. I have no clue why this is happening. Am I doing something wrong, is it a driver problem, are there better ways to print in C++? I am using Windows 7 64 bit, but this problem also presented itself when I was using Windows Vista 64 bit. I use the following code: PRINTDLG pd; ZeroMemory(&pd, sizeof(pd)); pd.lStructSize = sizeof(pd); pd.hwndOwner = mainWindow; pd.hDevMode = NULL; pd.hDevNames = NULL; pd.Flags = PD_USEDEVMODECOPIESANDCOLLATE | PD_RETURNDC; pd.nCopies = 1; pd.nMinPage = 1; pd.nMaxPage = 0xFFFF; if (PrintDlg(&pd)==TRUE) { DOCINFO di; di.cbSize = sizeof(DOCINFO); di.lpszDocName = "Rumitec en Roblaco Print"; di.lpszOutput = (LPTSTR)NULL; di.fwType = 0; // Start printing StartDoc(pd.hDC, &di); StartPage(pd.hDC); initPrinter(pd.hDC); // ... // Do some drawing // ... // End printing EndPage(pd.hDC); EndDoc(pd.hDC); DeleteDC(pd.hDC); } Am I doing something wrong? Alternatively, is there a better, easier, more modern way to do it?

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  • HP Printer scrolls "printing" forever - but nothing happens

    - by brett80
    I got a used HP Officejet 7130 all-in-one printer. I tried printing a text document, and it shows up in the queue (and says "printing"), and the printer display says "Printing" "Press Cancel to cancel job." - and it cyles that text forever, but nothing ever happens (after a couple of initial quiet noises.) I tried to print a test page from the printer, and I get the same "printing" message. I checked the hp website, and this problem is not on their list. (They are expecting a queue problem, error message, etc.) I did initially get a message that it needs new ink cartridges, but I pressed to get past that. It's supposed to try to print anyway. I don't want to buy ink cartridges for a printer that is broken. When I press it cancels correctly.

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  • How to Print in VS10, Printing gives unhandled exception. Access Denied

    - by Smoka
    Im newish to coding, currently on a Windows Forms App using CLI in VS10 Everything seems to work, my document shows fine in the Preview dialog but then crash's. Heres only the code that seems relevant private: System::Drawing::Printing::PrintDocument^ docPrint; private: System::Windows::Forms::PrintDialog^ dlgPrint; private: System::Windows::Forms::PrintPreviewDialog^ dlgPrintPreview; this->button2 = (gcnew System::Windows::Forms::Button()); this->docPrint = (gcnew System::Drawing::Printing::PrintDocument()); this->dlgPrint = (gcnew System::Windows::Forms::PrintDialog()); this->dlgPrintPreview = (gcnew System::Windows::Forms::PrintPreviewDialog()); this->button2->Location = System::Drawing::Point(152, 355); this->button2->Name = L"button2"; this->button2->Size = System::Drawing::Size(75, 23); this->button2->TabIndex = 53; this->button2->Text = L"Print"; this->button2->UseVisualStyleBackColor = true; this->button2->Click += gcnew System::EventHandler(this, &Form1::button2_Click_1); // // docPrint // this->docPrint->DocumentName = L"ResultsPage"; this->docPrint->PrintPage += gcnew System::Drawing::Printing::PrintPageEventHandler(this, &Form1::docPrint_PrintPage); // // dlgPrint // this->dlgPrint->Document = this->docPrint; this->dlgPrint->UseEXDialog = true; // // dlgPrintPreview // this->dlgPrintPreview->AutoScrollMargin = System::Drawing::Size(0, 0); this->dlgPrintPreview->AutoScrollMinSize = System::Drawing::Size(0, 0); this->dlgPrintPreview->ClientSize = System::Drawing::Size(400, 300); this->dlgPrintPreview->Document = this->docPrint; this->dlgPrintPreview->Enabled = true; this->dlgPrintPreview->Icon = (cli::safe_cast<System::Drawing::Icon^ >(resources->GetObject(L"dlgPrintPreview.Icon"))); this->dlgPrintPreview->Name = L"dlgPrintPreview"; this->dlgPrintPreview->Visible = false; this->dlgPrintPreview->Load += gcnew System::EventHandler(this, &Form1::dlgPrintPreview_Load); private: System::Void docPrint_PrintPage(System::Object^ sender, System::Drawing::Printing::PrintPageEventArgs^ e) { String ^ strDisplay = L"A Axis Rotations"; String ^ strDisplay2 = L"Centerline of Y" + CL_Y->Text + " + Z" + CL_Z->Text; String ^ strDisplay3 = L"Initial Position Y" + G54_Y->Text + " + Z" + G54_Z->Text; System::Drawing::Font ^ fntString = gcnew System::Drawing::Font(L"Times New Roman", 38, FontStyle::Bold); e->Graphics->DrawString(strDisplay, fntString, Brushes::Black, 200,20); e->Graphics->DrawString(strDisplay2, fntString, Brushes::Black, 80,150); e->Graphics->DrawString(strDisplay3, fntString, Brushes::Black, 80,220); e->Graphics->DrawString(Results->Text, fntString,Brushes::Black, 50,400); } private: System::Void button2_Click_1(System::Object^ sender, System::EventArgs^ e) { // docPrint->Print; dlgPrintPreview->ShowDialog(); } private: System::Void dlgPrintPreview_Load(System::Object^ sender, System::EventArgs^ e) { } Sorry if the formatting is ugly here. In case this is all wrong. what is the minimum requirements in code for a print job? Is there an easier way?

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