Thursday, 29 December 2016

Re: Call for testing : Driverless printing on Zesty

The printer was bought last year.

Sorry for the delay for testing the prints combination.  My family is coming for the new year and I may not have much time for next days.  But I will do it for sure.

Happy Holidays !

              Bernard
              

2016-12-29 6:24 GMT-05:00 Till Kamppeter <[email protected]>:
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On 12/29/2016 08:12 AM, Gérard BIGOT wrote:
Hi,

I have a brother HL-2135W (reporting as HL-2130)

[email protected]:~$ driverless

[email protected]:~$ ippfind
ipp://BRN008092C39747.local:631/duerqxesz5090

This usually already shows that your printer is an IPP printer but does not support driverless (IPP Everywhere or AirPrint) printing.

[email protected]:~$ avahi-discover

<snip/>

Host BRN008092C39747.local (192.168.1.111), port 631, TXT data:
['TBCP=F', 'Transparent=T', 'Binary=T', 'PaperCustom=T', 'Duplex=F',
'Copies=T', 'Color=F', 'usb_MDL=HL-2130 series', 'usb_MFG=Brother',
'priority=50', 'adminurl=http://BRN008092C39747.local./',
'product=(Brother HL-2130 series)', 'ty=Brother HL-2130 series',
'rp=duerqxesz5090', 'qtotal=1', 'txtvers=1']


The Bonjour record does not even have a "pdl=..." field, so it seems to be an older IPP version (1.0 or 1.1) and especially there is no driverless printing. How old is this printer?

[email protected]:~$ lpstat -v


Due to the fact that it does not support driverless printing and it even does not tell at all which page description languages (PDL) it supports, cups-browsed is not able to automatically create a print queue for this printer.


The webui says ipp is activated. In fact everything is activated.

No PPD generation obviously.


Thank you very much for testing anyway.

   Till



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