I'm from a Solaris (printer.conf) background and having trouble setting up a printer on the network. My CentOS box does not have a GUI interface available. I have been playing with lpadmin trying to add a printer - which it did, but everything is disabled, and the "enable" command is not found on my machine.
How do I make a simple printer on my network talk to my centOS box?
Here's the printer.conf from a Solaris machine that works:
raphael: :bsdaddr=igppps1,raphael,Solaris: And the printers.conf from the CentOS box: lumina# more printers.conf # Printer configuration file for CUPS v1.2.4
I have printer in CUPS that due driver problems (hp 1010) form time to time goes into pause. I would like to write a shell script that will be once per hour resuming printer in cups.But I have no idea after googling for couple of minutes how to resume printer from shell command line.
I work at The University of Alabama as a sysadmin on various HPC resources and also provide support for faculty using Unix systems. I've run into one problem that is affecting two different desktop systems running CentOS 5.3.oth of these systems have the latest updates. These machines have standard network-attached printers. One is an HP LaserJet 3250 and the other is a model that is pretty close to that one.Previously these users were able to print from graphical applications such as Firefox, but now when the print dialog is opened on ANY graphical application, it causes a hard freeze on that particular app.Printing from the commandline via `lpr` gives no issues and test pages from the Printer Admin interface also succeed.This problem has me stumped, so I'm looking for any insight as to what could have changed. I do not know what changed between the time when the printers worked graphically and when they stopped, but the users assure that they have changed no settings. The only thing I can suspect is a rogue update since this is affecting separate users on separate machines with separate printers.
I'm using a webhosting server running CentOS, and I'm trying to install GCC to compile Java on the server. Since I'm new to Linux and don't have root privileges, I'm having trouble installing this. I need to install this using command-line. I don't know if I should compile from source (which I downloaded off the "gcc.gnu.org" website) or if I need to install a binary or something. Can I even install anything without root privileges?
I was having so much trouble with ubuntu 8.04 that I deleted off my computer and did a fresh install of 9.10. I downloaded the 64 bit iso from the internet, burned it to a disc and installed it. When it asked if it should be the server version I thought I said no. Now when I boot it only boots to the server version and all I get is command line. Can I get out of this and get my regular ubuntu screen back or did I install the wrong version?
Whilst I have used GUI-based Linux distros for the last few years, I am now struggling somewhat when it comes to setting up a server from the command line. All the howto's I've read so far tell you how to set up certain things, but I don't know what I actually need to set up.Rather than asking the same questions all over again on a forum like this, and generally being a bit of a noob, I wonder if there's a resource somewhere that someone could direct me to in order to know what I need to do to set up a fileserver.
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i've gotten my fedora 12 to the point where i can run python3 scripts from command line and can call up python 2.6.2 idle with the command 'idle' from command line. what command will call up python3 (3.1.2 to be exact) idle?
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I just got done installing Ubuntu Server 10.04 on a home server. Now what should I do? I was hoping to have 3 computers connected to it so that we can all share files wirelessly if that's possible.Does Ubuntu Server have a GUI or command line only?
Whenever I try and use php from the command line, I get this message:PHP Warning: PHP Startup: Unable to load dynamic library '/usr/lib64/php/modules/imagick.so' - /usr/lib64/php/modules/imagick.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory in Unknown on line 0The problem isn't the missing module, it is the warming message itself -- it is breaking scripts that rely on the output.I tried shutting off errors, changed my error reporting to:
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On Ubuntu Desktop editions, there is a GUI application which allows easily changing to a different server. It can even find out how one is the fastest update server.Is there a corresponding command line tool available to do this? Because I'm using the Server edition without GUI. I hate to manually edit /etc/apt/source.list.
I am accessing a linux server remotely from my putty. I started the server and now I want to close the command line. when I do cntr+c or cntr+z it kills my server aswell. how will I close my terminal without closing my server? I tried cntr +d but it is not doing anything
Running: Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server 5.2 (Tikanga) I need to be able to automate transferring a few files over from one server to another using scp or the sftp protocol. I have received a text file which looks like a key file along with username and passphrase information for the target server in question.
Instructions were given to me to import the provided text file in puttyGen then save the imported key as a private key to be used by scp or sftp. My assumption is this is for windows utilities, which I am not using. My frustration comes in trying to automate logging into this server via sftp or scp to automate some file transfers. I am asked for a password every time because the public and private key methods failed to find my keys. How can I call scp or the sftp utilities and use the provided key file (the one I generated using puttyGen or the original one provided to me) to login to this server? I've tried taking the generated ppk file from puttygen and adding it with the ssh-add command but that still did not work.
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