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Once the CUPS printer is installed, you can manage it as well, and the easiest way to do this is from the web interface. Clicking the Printers tab (see Figure 10-3) provides an overview of all available printers, and you ll also see different buttons to manage properties of the printer as well as the jobs handled by that printer. I ll list the most important options offered from this page here: Print Test Page: Use this to test your printer. Start Printer: Activates a printer that has been deactivated by the Stop Printer button. As you can see, only one of these buttons is available at any given moment. Reject Jobs: Tells the printer to temporarily stop accepting new jobs. This may be a useful option when troubleshooting a printer. Move All Jobs: Moves all jobs to another printer that s known at this server. Cancel All Jobs: Stops all jobs that are currently being served. Unpublish Printer: Removes the printer from the list of available printers. Modify Printer: Allows you to change the location and description properties of the printer. Set Printer Options: Changes printer options such as paper size and DPI. Delete Printer: Removes the printer from the list of available printers. Set As Default: Makes the printer the default for this machine. Set Allowed Users: Controls user access to the printer.
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Figure 10-3. The Printers page provides you all the management options for your printer.
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Also available from the Printers page is the queue or job list for your printer. You can activate it from Jobs Show All Jobs, after which you can choose to reprint, hold, cancel, or move individual print jobs.
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You have probably set up a CUPS print server because you want to access it as well. In this section, I ll discuss three different ways to access printers: Accessing a local CUPS printer from Linux Accessing a remote CUPS printer from Windows Accessing a remote CUPS printer from Windows using Samba The first two are covered in the next two sections, but we ll wait until later in this chapter to configure the Samba server to provide access to a CUPS print server (see Integrating CUPS with Samba ).
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Access a local CUPS printer from Linux is easy because all CUPS printers appear in your applications automatically. The only minor disadvantage is that, after setting up a CUPS printer from the web interface, it doesn t automatically become the default printer. That said, though, it s easy to make your CUPS printer the default printer: from the web management interface that you find at port 631 on your server, select the Printers tab and click Set As Default. Another useful way of accessing CUPS printers is the command line. You can use the lpr command to send a file to a CUPS printer, but you first have to make sure that the command is available on your server (by default it isn t) by typing apt-get install cupsys-bsd. Next, as a test, use lpr -Pnameofyourprinter /etc/hosts to send the file /etc/hosts to the printer that is referred to by using the -P option.
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Accessing a Remote CUPS Printer from Windows
Because CUPS uses a standard that Windows understands as well, you ll normally have no problem accessing a CUPS printer from Windows. Again, you can access a CUPS printer in two ways: you can add a new printer with the Add Printer wizard and refer to the name of the printer directly, or you can use Samba to access a CUPS printer that s shared by a Samba server. In this section, you ll read how to set it up using the Add Printer wizard in Windows. Although I ve used Windows XP to set up the CUPS printer, the installation on other Windows versions will be more or less the same. 1. In Windows, select Start Settings Printers and Faxes. 2. Click Add a Printer. 3. Specify that you want to create a remote printer and click Next. 4. Select Connect to a printer on the Internet or on a home or office network, and specify the URL of your printer. This URL consists of three parts. First, there is http://yourserver. Use the name or the IP address of your server. Next, /printers refers to the location on your server where your printers are defined. Next, you should use the printer queue name as it is defined in the CUPS web administration page and as you see it on the Printers page. For example, the complete URL to enter here is something like http://myserver/printers/BrotherHL1430. 5. After making contact with the printer, Windows displays an interface for you to select the manufacturer and model of your printer. Now complete the wizard to install the CUPS printer on Windows.
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