On 5/4/23 19:18, Sylvain Robitaille wrote:
> On 2023-03-16, slash wrote:
>> I have CUPS running, and printing, on another Linux box. CUPS is
>> installed, but not running, on the local box. On this box, Slackware
>> 15, KDE, I get this far:
>> If I close that window, everything is lost, I have to connect again to
>> the server. Even with that window still open, from any application, if
>> I try to print, I get a "No printer available" type of message.
>> What am I missing? I've seen plenty of CUPS tutorial around, but no
>> one covering this case.
> Sorry for not responding sooner. I don't read newsgroups as regularly
> as I once did, but here goes my (hopefully not too feeble) attempt to
> help ...
> ### /etc/cups/client.conf
> ServerName printhost.mydomain.tld/version=1.1
> (well, mine has extensive comments in the file as well ...)
> See also client.conf(5) ("man client.conf"), and (possibly?)
> I hope that helps ...
Thanks Sylvain, your help is really appreciated. I'll look into it ASAP.