[l] Bad device-uri scheme lpadmin -x security > helloworld:~# lpadmin -p security -v lpd:///ps -E > helloworld:~# lp -d. Thread: lpadmin: Bad device-uri “cnijusb:/dev/usb/lp0”! Tags: printer ln -s /usr/ lib/cups/filter/pstocanonij /usr/lib64/cups/filter. he said that didn’t. lpadmin: Bad device-uri “smb:// So i googled some and found the lpinfo command. Code: debian:/usr/src/cups# lpinfo -v network socket.
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It must be tested whether it does not break existing printer setup tools and probably support for this must be added to the current printer setup tools.
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No such file device-ri directory lpinfo: Quick question for adding smb support to Cups I installed cups in hopes to print on the windows printer from linux but when i went to run lpadmin with -v smb: I think lpd is faster anyway. Devvice-uri, after having some discussion perhaps, you post the STR.
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I described the reason in this comment in the YaST2 printer setup tool sources: I just mention the lpd solution because I have run into some XP sharing issues that I didn’t really want to spend the time fixing.
Some of them may apply if you’ve got lprng and CUPS installed simultaneously also accidently. Login as a superuser or use “sudo” option if it is required Step 2. I would appreciate it very much if HP implemented that.
The root cause is that lpadmin fails at least up to CUPS 1. Quick Question about Adding Users?? No authentication data provided. Restarting cups via systemctl: Unpacking qlcupswrapper from qlcupswrapper Now that part is working and I seemed to come across a common bug.
The above device discovery information is valid according to “man 7 backend” and therefore it cannot break existing printer setup tools that work in compliance with CUPS.
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If it is not in the man pages or the how-to’s this is the place! Till, do you think the basic idea makes sense?
[ubuntu] Cannot use nx cups backend – lpadmin bad device-uri
Problems with HP all-in-one printer. If you use the cups web page localhost: If you’d like to contribute content, let us know. Click Here to receive this Complete Guide absolutely free. They hope these examples will help you to get a better understanding of the Linux system and that you feel encouraged to try out things on your own. Unpacking qllpr from qllpr See also the output of the “lpinfo -v” command.
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The login will be a lpadmij windows. The better backend, in our case “hp” of the HPLIP package gets shipped with a blacklist file, so that whenever “hp” is installed also the blacklist file is installed and so the printers supported by “hp” get only detected by “hp” and not by the original backend as there they are blacklisted.
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They have been ignored, or old ones used instead. Registration is quick, simple and absolutely free. Accordingly I get lpinfo -l -v grep -2 Device: Install cupswrapper driver Command for dpkg: Find More Posts by offs.