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Re: An Idea for FC4

On Fri, 2005-01-07 at 09:52 +0000, Tim Waugh wrote:
On Fri, Jan 07, 2005 at 12:17:56AM -0500, Jeffrey D. Yuille wrote:

> The client computers can "see" the printer when I am ready to print

So in other words, it's already automatically detected the remote

> but for some reason, I guess that the print jobs are stuck in the
> queue and will not print.

This sounds more like a problem on the server side to me.

> Also, I have firewalls installed by default (SELinux, for
> example).

Well, SELinux isn't a firewall, but presuming you have the default
firewall installed that's what you need to change.  You need to allow
inbound TCP port 631 packets on the server.

You also need to configure the queue on the server to be remotely
available, if you haven't done that already (but it sounds as though
you  might have).


Hello Tim,

      You're right - it is a problem on the service side.  And yes, I already disabled the firewall on the server side as well.  And the queue is available remotely, for it can be see whenever I use an application (for example, Open Office.org or from a browser, "File-Print" ).  As I also mentioned in a previous response, the printer is connected to the server through the parallel port. 
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