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Mac OS X 10.3: Print to a remote CUPS printer


Ten quick steps to getting Mac OS X 10.3 to print to a remote CUPS server...
In Panther, it can be difficult to print to a remote CUPS server. This is because Panther runs CUPS as its own print engine, and will attempt to render the PostScript for you once you select your correct printer driver. It will then send the rendered file to the remote CUPS server. The remote CUPS server will then try to render the already rendered file and will give a no_file error. The work-around is to make one end of the chain a 'raw' printer.
 read more | mail this link | score:7272 | -Ray, January 20, 2004
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