On Wed, 2006-04-19 at 20:52 -0500, Jeff Vian wrote: > I have recently added an FC5 system to my home network. > I already have an FC4 server that has all my printers connected and I > want to not have to move them. I want to have all machines on my local > LAN able to print to this server. > Note: I am not running samba since I have no windows systems to deal > with. > > Printing from the local machine works, so it seems this is related to > enabling > > I have gone to the CUPS documentation and it seems that I should be able > to add a simple "Listen IP:port" in the cupsd.conf file and it should > work. > Whenever I try adding this option in the conf file then restarting cups > it fails with "child exited with error 98!", as if the syntax was wrong. > I cannot see the error, and what I have is like the example given in > the .conf file but it just fails. > > Without the Listen option, the access_log shows me that the printing > attempt from the remote system fails with a 403 error. > > Any pointers to the obviously simple fix for my blind eyes? Make sure there's no uncommented "Port" option in the file. What I have on my printer server is: Browsing On BrowseProtocols cups BrowseOrder Deny,Allow BrowseAllow from @LOCAL BrowseAddress 255.255.255.255 Listen *:631 The other linux boxes on my network auto-discover my printer with this config on the server. Paul.