Re: Speaking of finding printers...

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On Tue, 2009-03-24 at 14:13 +0000, Anne Wilson wrote:
> On Tuesday 24 March 2009 12:10:17 Tim Waugh wrote:
> > Tom Horsley wrote:
> > > Is there any way I can convince it to NOT find a printer?
> > > Some system somewhere claims to have a shared printer on
> > > it, but it isn't a printer I want to use or even know where
> > > is located. I'd really like it to not be in the list of
> > > printers, but the ever so "helpful" software insists
> > > on finding it because it can.
> >
> > There's currently no mechanism in CUPS to filter out queues you do
> not
> > have control over, no.
> >
> I thought that was what 'Unpublish Printer' did, so what does that do?
> 
> Anne
I am waiting fro Tim's response but I am sure that what he said is not
true if you have the cooperation of the manager of the system with the
printer. I have four computers in my house (5 really but one is not
involved) . One is a print server and one has a local printer. This
second machine can print and see its local printer as well as the
printers from the print server. The other machines can not see the local
printer on that machine.

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