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Figure 8-8. The local printer is automatically configured when you connect the printer to the
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computer and then turn it on.
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However, if the printer malfunctions when printing, such as churning out paper when a print job is sent to it, printing garbage, or not working at all, you can attempt to configure it yourself. To set up a local printer, follow these instructions:
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1. Click System Administration Printing. In the Printer Configuration window,
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click the New Printer button. You ll see the message Searching for Printers. This might take a few moments to work through.
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2. In the New Printer dialog box, you need to select which printer to configure. The
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printers that Ubuntu detected are listed under Devices. Click the printer you want to use, and then click the Forward button to continue. You ll see the message Searching for Drivers.
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3. Select the printer manufacturer. By default, Ubuntu selects the manufacturer that
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best fits your printer, but you can select another manufacturer from the list. Alternatively, you can provide the PostScript Printer Description (PPD) file if the built-in drivers cannot operate your printer. When you ve finished, click Forward.
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Tip You can find PPD files on the CD that came with your printer or download them. OpenPrinting
(www.linux-foundation.org/en/OpenPrinting) and Adobe (www.adobe.com/products/ printerdrivers/winppd.html) offer many printer drivers for download.
4. Ubuntu again selects the detected model and corresponding driver for your printer,
but you can change these selections. If you find the default driver simply doesn t work correctly, try a similar but different model. Select the appropriate model in the Model list in the left column, and then select the appropriate driver for your printer from the Drivers list in the right column. Click the Forward button to continue.
5. You ll be invited to give the printer a name. The default should be OK. You can fill in
the Description and Location fields if you want, but these are necessary only if you intend to share the printer across a network. Click Apply when you ve finished.
Tip Sharing your printer on the network so that other computers can use it is simple: open the Printer
Configuration window (System Administration Printers), select Server Settings in the list on the left, and put a check in the Share Published Printers Connected to This System box on the right. Then click the Apply button.
Once installation has finished, the printer will then appear in the Printer Configuration window, as shown in Figure 8-9. To see whether it s working correctly, select the printer under Local Printers in the left column, and then click the Print Test Page button on the Settings tab on the right side of the window.
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Figure 8-9. Once the printer is configured, it appears in the tree list on the left column of the
Printer Configuration window.
If the printer is installed correctly, you should find yourself with a test page showing color gradations. If the printer hasn t been installed correctly, it either won t work at all or will start spewing out page after page of junk text. If this is the case, click Cancel Tests (where the Print Test Page button used to be), and then turn off the printer. Delete the printer driver by selecting the printer in the list on the left and clicking the Delete button at the top of the Printer Configuration window. Then repeat the installation steps, this time trying different settings.
Configuring a Network Printer
A network printer is one that is not directly connected to any computer. Instead, it connects to the network via an Ethernet cable. In this way, all computers in the office will be able to use it. If the network printer is directly connected to a computer, it will probably be shared via Windows/SMB. In this case, follow the instructions in the next section. Some printers have the required server hardware built in, but others might use a special print server module that attaches to the printer s USB or parallel printer port. Ubuntu can work with both types of hardware.
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Ubuntu is compatible with Unix (LPD), HP JetDirect, and Internet Printing Protocol (IPP) server types. These are the most ubiquitous types currently in use for stand-alone printer servers. Before beginning, you ll need to find out the printer s network address and, if relevant, the queue name or the port number. You should be able to find out these details by speaking to your network administrator or the person who configured the printer. Follow these steps to configure a network printer:
1. Click System Administration Printing. In the Printer Configuration window,
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