CUPS (IPP) does not print correctly from windows

I am trying to print from Windows, an HP 1160 (parallel port) that is connected in a SLED 10 SP2 (cups-1.1.23-40.4)
The printer prints fine from SLED, but to configure the printer from windows as a network printer (IPP) not walk properly.
When sending a test page from windows, not printed out the test page expected, only @ PJL printer commands. example:

@PJL JOB NAME=" test page"
@PJL COMMENT="\\\\http://pcName:631\amePrinter  (61.63.461.42); Microsoft Windows XP 5.1.2600.1; (and more numbers)
@PJL COMMENT="Username: Adminstrator; App Filename:test page; 8-14-2012"
@PJL SET JOBATTR="jobAcct1=Admistrator"
@PJL SET JOBATTR="jobAcct2=pcName"

(many lines more of SET ...)

) HP-PLC XL;2;0;  Comment fast raster packager

You dont know what else to look, if not look at the cups or windows … (and reinstall the latest printer driver in Windows)

Any idea where to look?


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Well, answer me …
The error indicates that the printer must be configured as raw cups and use the Windows printer driver. (doing that works well)

People who post on the forums do so on their own time of their own will. Forums are not an official support channel. If you want to ask a question of someone obligated to answer you, raise a Service Request. :wink:

I have no idea how to solve your problem, but I can tell you that SLED 10 SP2 is end of life and hence unsupported. It has been for some time. SLED 10 is still supported but you need to be on SLED 10 SP4. Sometimes problems are solved simply by updating to the latest version(s).

Which error?

(doing that works well)[/QUOTE]
So… do that? I don’t think I understand what you mean.

Hello mikewillis
Totally agree with what you say … nobody is forced to answer … (it was not my intention to ask that way)
Just answer my own post to make it for future reading. :slight_smile:

I'm using google translate, and I guess I passed the subtleties.