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On Friday, 2013-07-12 at 20:06 -0400, Patrick Shanahan wrote:
* James Knott <> [07-12-13 18:18]:
Patrick Shanahan wrote:
printer is not available on the Internet, you can't print to it.
Sure you can,
but the means are somewhat devious. I can print from
anywhere with google's "Cloud Print". There is also an HP app which
with particular printers from outside your local network w/o baring yout
printer to the world. I str that both require setting up via google's
Can you set up a CUPS printer and access it from elsewhere, if you didn't
configure it and your firewall to allow such access? No, I didn't think so.
You answer your own question w/o facts and incorrectly. Your problem.
Patrick, James is right.
Normal security policies discourage setting up a CUPS printer accross the
internet, because amongst other things the password is passed in clear.
CUPS is only a local print service,
David was asking, albeit a year and a half ago, about a method to print
from an android tablet to a openSUSE server, locally, without using any
external service for legal reasons, and Mr BlackSpruce solution is just
that. Yep, I searched for David post once I knew it existed O:-)
I do not currently need to print directly from my Android phone, but I
have saved this for future reference.
Carlos E. R.
(from 12.3 x86_64 "Dartmouth" at Telcontar)
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