[Java-Printer]My printers are not senn by java apps
This problem apparently has nothing todo with Java applications : I am on
Linux and apparently now any Java apps run do not see my printer list as
handled by CUPS.
Before it worked ; I think it has to do with the JDK installed ?
Any ideas will be wellcome.
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> Printer Ink - Pictures and Diagrams of Printer Ink, Printer Ink
> Cartridge, and Printer Ink Refill
> I am working on a new Website, www.Printer-Ink.biz, for information on
> Printer Ink, Printer Ink Cartridge, and Printer Ink ...Printer app stays open
I've noticed lately that the printer app stays open after printing out
a document. I don't remember it ever doing this before. I recently
got a new computer and in so doing made the jump from Tiger to
Leopard--is this just a change in the OS? If so, it's kind of
annoying. Or could it be a side effect of using the Firewire Target
mode to transfer all of my settings and stuff over from the old
computer? My old computer never did this, but you never know how prefs
from one version of the OS might work when applied to a new version.
Is there a way to set this so it will clo...how to distinguish between printer and printer
I would like to know how to distinguish between a Program Printer such as
'Acrobat PDFWriter' and a Hardware Printer such as HP's one and a Network
Printer. Would it be possible to distiguish each of 'Acrobat PDFWriter', 'HP
desKjet', shared printer(which the port is started with '\\'), and a
printer(using tcp/ip port) through printer server, if they are installed on
a PC. Now I'm trying to get the printer information with "EnumPrinter()",
but it's not easy to get known how different.
...Printer addendum for HP printer
I need a postscript printer addendum for HP printer.
I want to add staple commands in postscript file that is to be printed on
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>,
Needo <email@example.com> wrote:
>I need a postscript printer addendum for HP printer.
>I want to add staple commands in postscript file that is to be printed on
So look in the PPD for that printer for the corrrect incantation.
-- Rod --
...Phaser printers and LED printers
I have need to purchase, for a small office environment, a printer for
color brochures. It needs to handle speeds in the 10-20 pages per
minute range and mainly for letter size paper. Target price is
I prefer something other than inkjet printers for this application, and
recent color laser printer output I've seen is quite good.
There seem to be several models from the major manufacturers available
for under a grand, but they seem to cluster around 4 pages per minute in
color, which is too slow. We will be printing runs of a few hundred
pages at a time, probably 2-3 times a month.
The Xerox Phaser 8200 looks good; it is not a laser printer, but it's
output is very nice, and consumables seem to have reasonable cost.
The Oki 5300 also seems to fill the bill, but I believe that it's an LED
printer, and I've been warned that LED printers can have registration
Would any kind soul care to share their views on this topic???
TIA, Dwight Huffman
In article <3FA089D2.5FFC9088@gte.net>, Dwight Huffman
>The Xerox Phaser 8200 looks good; it is not a laser printer, but it's
>output is very nice, and consumables seem to have reasonable cost.
I bought one of these nearly a month ago now, good output and pretty
simple for adding ink etc. I've seen reports that you need to leave it
on to avoid ink being used in cleaning cycles when powering on and off,
...Printer drivers for new printers
I have just bought a couple of printers and I am trying to find drivers
for them without any success.
The printers I have are a Canon S330 and a Canon i950. Both are connected
on a windows printer/home control server.
For the S330 I have used the S300 printer driver (qimp-print), the print
quality is horrible but at least it prints the correct size, as for the
i950, I used the BJC-8200 printer driver and it prints at 1/4 of the size
it is supposed to.
Canon only supports windows and Mac os, at least that is their official
Is there anywhere I can find printer driv...printer supplies or new printer
I am running a RiscPC700 (NO strongarm), withComputer Concepts turboprinter
feeding a Canon BJC210.
I only use it for !HolyBible and !Sibelius6
I need either ink cartidges for the printer, or a new printer that turbo
(PS - sorry I use a Windows for internet and everything else.)
"Letmesnapu2" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I am running a RiscPC700 (NO strongarm), withComputer Concepts
> feeding a Canon BJC210.
> I only use it for !HolyBible and !Sibelius6
> I need either ink cartidges for ...printer
Im looking for a way to print direct out of my win32-application (without
any common-dialog). I must use Win-sdk. If its possible would you send me an
example source code.
Thank you very much
"Maxwell" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Im looking for a way to print direct out of my win32-application (without
> any common-dialog). I must use Win-sdk. If its po...Printer
We are running an AS400 with S36 as a host and have connected a Bryce
address printer through a Praim protocol converter. We have no problem
printing from the S36 side but when we try to use it on the AS400 we have a
problem. When we try to start the printer we get the following error message
" Writer cannot use device PRT03 because the device is not powered on or
varied on or is in use by another job". We have tried everything mentioned
in this error message with no success. We are using serveral other printers
on both operating systems without a problem. Any help with this problem
would be greatly appreciated.
Well it's a while ago but.....your printer must be stopped at the as/400
site when you want to use it as a S/36 (M36) printer. I presume it's a
twinax printer that's mappep in the M36 CFG.
"Tim" <firstname.lastname@example.org> schreef in bericht
> We are running an AS400 with S36 as a host and have connected a Bryce
> address printer through a Praim protocol converter. We have no problem
> printing from the S36 side but when we try to use it on the AS400 we have
> problem. When we try to start the printer we get the following error
> " Writer cannot use device PRT03 because the device is not powered on or
> varied on or is in use by another job". We have tried everything mentioned
> in this error message with no success. We are usin...Printer
I'm heartily sick of the running costs of my Cannon i865 - every time I
want to use it, and that's not much, it needs new cartridges. Which cost a
fortune. I could get Michelangelo to draw things for me for less.
So am I right in saying a laser will be much cheaper for occasional use -
no head cleaning to waste ink?
If so, which one? Mono is fine. Using an RPC with 4.39. And a Unipod for
USB - if needed. And would I be better using a driver prog that shares it
with my PC? Details would be nice.
*Why is 'abbreviation' such a long word?
Dave Plowman email@example.com London SW
To e-mail, change noise into sound.
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>,
Dave Plowman (News) <email@example.com> wrote:
> I'm heartily sick of the running costs of my Cannon i865 - every time I
> want to use it, and that's not much, it needs new cartridges. Which cost
> a fortune. I could get Michelangelo to draw things for me for less.
> So am I right in saying a laser will be much cheaper for occasional use
> - no head cleaning to waste ink?
> If so, which one? Mono is fine. Using an RPC with 4.39. And a Unipod for
> USB - if needed. And would I be better using a driver prog that shares
> it with my PC? Details would be nice.
I have used Canon printers for a long time and found them quite
economical, though I never had an i865. The print head looks much like the
one of my IP ...printer
Printer light is on but not responding. Can't print anything.
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I have installed Mandrake 9.1, dual booting with Windows 2000. Linux
installed on hdb.
1.2 Mhz AMD processor
Motherboard : K7S5A
Here's what's going on. Linux does not see the printer. I don't know if
the parallel is undetected therefore linux would not see the printer.
Windows has no problem finding the printer.
Any ideas about fixing this problem?
Ross Himes wrote:
First of all :
1).- Which kind of printer are you using ? May it be a winprinter ?
2).- Are all the modules inserted ? Or may be the code is statical
compiled in the kernel. Typically modules : partport.o partport_pc.o ...
3).- Check the hardware howto and the printing howto.
4).- What do you mean with 'Linux does not see the printer' ? How do
you check that ?
> Good day,
> I have installed Mandrake 9.1, dual booting with Windows 2000. Linux
> installed on hdb.
> System: 512K
> 1.2 Mhz AMD processor
> CD Drive
> Two HD.
> Motherboard : K7S5A
> Here's what's going on. Linux does not see the printer. I don't know if
> the parallel is undetected therefore linux would not see the printer.
> Windows has no problem finding the printer.
> Any ideas about fixing this problem?
Gustavo Perez wrote:
I have te possibility to buy a DMP2000 printer. It is new, never been used,
how much to pay for this?
"Fabien Nicaud" <email@example.com> a �crit dans le message de news:
> I have te possibility to buy a DMP2000 printer. It is new, never been
> how much to pay for this?
Always a harsh question...
It can go from none to a dozen of euros...
I guess the right price is the price you're willing to pay for it ! ;-)
I'm a looking for a good quality inkjet printer for good quality digital
photography printing .
I would bre grateful for any recommended models
Has anyone ever managed to get Win32::Printer::Enum::Printer($server) to
enumerate printers on a server?
I've tried $server with a plain server name e.g. "MYBOX" and "\\\\MYBOX"
nither give any response. (Note I'm using an accound with Administrator
priv at MYBOX).
Looking at MSDN it implies that the parameter to EnumPrinters() should
be "Print Provider!!\\Machine" so I tried
"LanMan Print Services!!\\\\MYBOX"
Still Win32::Printer::Enum::Printer() stubbonly returns nothing.
"Brian McCauley" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Has anyone ever managed to get Win32::Printer::Enum::Printer($server) to
> enumerate printers on a server?
> I've tried $server with a plain server name e.g. "MYBOX" and "\\\\MYBOX"
> nither give any response. (Note I'm using an accound with Administrator
> priv at MYBOX).
> Looking at MSDN it implies that the parameter to EnumPrinters() should
> be "Print Provider!!\\Machine" so I tried
> "LanMan Print Services!!\\\\MYBOX"
> Still Win32::Printer::Enum::Printer() stubbonly returns nothing.
Can't help a lot, if at all...Printer versus Indesign printer settings
In Indesign, how can I make sure I haven't activated both my application
and my Epson 2200 inkjet printer's printing settings in the File > Print
I read that having both active can screw up the colors of printed images
and give them a red cast, and my images _are_ printing too red.
My application prints to an image printer that prints 4x6 prints. The
printer driver is installed and working correctly. The windows print
queue detects out of paper errors etc. How can I do that from my
Any help would be fantastic.
<email@example.com> wrote in message
> My application prints to an image printer that prints 4x6 prints.
> printer driver is install...Wireless Printer Server and USB printer?
I just bought a Netgear WGPS606 wireless print server to connect my USB
Canon BJC-8200 printer. It works fine. I could see and print to the
printer over wireless but the big problem is that there is no printer
status information returned (paper out, ink empty etc...). This same
printer works fine (and displayed all printer information) as a
direct-connect printer or shared network printer when it was connected
directly to my desktop and print from my laptop.
Am I missing something? I would think that a printer server just pass
data from computer to the printer and vice versa. It seems that the
printer server didn't pass data back to my laptop?
Thanks for any suggestions!
<firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> I just bought a Netgear WGPS606 wireless print server to connect my USB
> Canon BJC-8200 printer. It works fine. I could see and print to the
> printer over wireless but the big problem is that there is no printer
> status information returned (paper out, ink empty etc...).
I believe this is a common problem with printer servers. Before you buy you
have to check two things:
a) That it supports your printer.
b) How well it supports your printer.
The lack of support for the "back channel" is quite common.
"CWatters" <colin.watters@pandoraBOX.be> wrote in message
news:xlXve.131568$Qy4.email@example.com-...printer specific properties through printer object
I am working on a dotmatrix printer through a VB application. I am
trying to print a ledger report which may be more than one pages on a
12" long & 10" wide fanfold paper. The problem is that when I issue a
..newpage command the printer head instead of moving to the next page
moves some calculated inches and starts printing the next page. The
pageheader hence gets printed over the area where the paper makes a
fold and the new page starts. also the calculated inches that the
printer head moves noticeably makes an equal increment after each page
i.e. if the pageheader of the 2nd page gets printed on the first page
then the 3rd page's header plus a few of the foolowing lines get
printed in the 2nd page's end and so on...
I think that if a forced form feed is supplied after every
..newpage then the problem can be resolved ,BUT how do I do that forced
form feed. Also how I access the specific printer properties for the
printer that is attached. Any guesses/advises/tips to solving the
problem would be deeply appreciated.
We are looking at using winapi in future, BUT WE CANT SWITCH
IMMEDIATELY AS TOO MUCH CODE HAS ALREADY BEEN WRITTEN.
On 11 Sep 2004 02:06:45 -0700, firstname.lastname@example.org (Yash Poddar) you
typed some letters in random order:
>I am working on a dotmatrix printer through a VB application. I am
>trying to print a ledger report which may be more than one pages on a
>12" long &...SET PRINTER TO \\Server\Printer error
SET PRINTER TO \\Server\Printer gives the following error :
Error TERM/2014 Create error: \\oemcomputer\hp-lj1300.prn (DOS Error :
Network name not found)
Printer is installed and connected. It's working.
On Sep 9, 9:03=A0am, "M Mordkovych" <mmordk1_no_spam_...@verizon.net>
> SET PRINTER TO \\Server\Printer gives the following error :
> Error TERM/2014 Create error: \\oemcomputer\hp-lj1300.prn (DOS Error :
> Network name not found)
> Printer is installed and connected. It's working.
> Please help
I've had several instances of this problem. The most common is a
misspelling of the printer sharename in the NET USE command. This DOS
Error is telling you that the Network name is not found. I would do a
NET VIEW to list the shared devices that are seen from the
workstation, then a NET VIEW with the host name to see the correct
sharenames for that host.
For instance, if the host is \\COMPUTER, the NET VIEW \\COMPUTER would
show the printer shares under that host.
If workstation has a correct NET USE LPTx \\computer\printer and you
are still getting the problem, I've seen this situation in a Windows
Vista environment where the Vista workstation is attempting to share
the printer that the xharbour application is trying to access.
Apparently, it is not possible to DOS print to a sharename hosted by
that same workstation. I have worked around this by sharing the
printer from the server, rathe...More printer issues Canon and Zerox printers
I am migrating printers from a legacy Solaris 2.6 environment to a
Solaris 10 zone, maybe you can help me figure this out. I have the
configuraztion on the solaris 2.6 system, I need to know how to deploy
it on solaris 10.
# lpstat -p lp4x1se -l
printer lp4x1se is idle. enabled since Sep 15 10:10 2010. available.
Remote Name: lp4x1se
Remote Server: lp4x1se
I cannot telnet to the remote server, it says connection refused.
Please tell me what to do next.
On 09/16/10 10:53 AM, Andy Neirman wrote:
> I am migrating printers from a legacy Solaris 2.6 environment t...Printer driver for shared/network printer
I have a Canon PIXMA ip4000 printer attached via USB to my PC. My Mac can
see it and add it but it cannot load the right driver. I installed the
printer on the Mac as well then re connected it to the PC hoping that after
the Mac would be able to locate or display the proper Canon driver. Any idea
how to get the correct driver assigned to this shared printer?
Mac- G4/450 w 512MB RAM
10.3.8, Canon driver 2.6.0
PC- Win2K Pro- printer shared
Both machines network flawlessly together
...Only allow a printer server on network printer
How can I set up a network printer to only use a printer server from
WinNT or Win2000 servers if the printer is network enabled (say an HP
printer with a JetDirect card and its own IP)? Is it configurable
through the JetAdmin utility? Do I have to setup a filtering firewall
perhaps to the printer?