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Network printing issue >(^.^)>

 
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Hi everyone !

I'm currently using linux suse 9.2 and having a problem with network printing. I've made a simple Java program that print directly to a dot matrix printer attached to a parallel port. In the program i just send my printpage byte data to "/dev/lp0" 's outputstream.

But how could i send my print data to a remote CUPS server with IPP protocol ? In the "/etc/cups/printers.conf" there's an entry for the remote printer, something like "ipp://server/printers/lq2180" ..
I tried changing the "/dev/lp0" to that, and failed, unsurprisingly(haha) ..
How do i get around this ?

Could anyone help me on this issue ? Plzzzz ..

Albert Kam
 
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Hi guys, it's been dealed !
For those interested, please refer to ....

http://www.linuxprinting.org/forums.cgi?group=linuxprinting.general;article=6925

Thanks !
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