Moving printer configuration from KDE 3 to KDE 4.

Boyd Stephen Smith Jr. bss at
Tue May 5 22:52:20 BST 2009

In <880dece00905051342r786db6d3n201cfede191c904b at>, Dotan 
Cohen wrote:
>Thanks. I've tried just about every combination, and in all cases I get
> this: 1) A KDE notificaition that the printer may not be connected every
> few seconds. 2) Cannot print test pages in the CUPS web control panel.
>> You might run:
>> nmap -P0 -p80,515,631 router_address
>> to help identify when printing protocol is being used.
>$ nmap -P0 -p80,515,631
>Starting Nmap 4.76 ( ) at 2009-05-05 23:34 IDT
>Interesting ports on dir-320 (
>80/tcp  open   http
>515/tcp open   printer
>631/tcp closed ipp
>Nmap done: 1 IP address (1 host up) scanned in 0.13 seconds
>I suppose that "printer" may be LPD but I cannot get that to work.

It is.

>Also, note that the device is called "dir-320" which was the first
>name given to that printer,

Well, I believe nmap is getting the "dir-320" from (reverse) DNS.

>but it has long since been deleted and in
>reconfiguring I gave the printer a different name.

What was the name?

LPD/LPR Host or Printer
for configuring the CUPS interface and you should be happy.
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