"steeles" wrote in message news:...
> sorry to get you back late folks, it was hard to collect info.
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> I configured it as window queue by lpadmin -s
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> #lpstat -lp dprint
> printer daver unknown state. enabled since Oct 15 15:12 2007. available.
> Remote Name: dprint
> Remote Server: dprint_ps
>
> Rank Job Id Username File Size Document
> ================================================== ==============
> There are currently 0 jobs enqueued to the print manager
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> I can see it send some data to printer, but somehow still blank page.
> I also configured solaris to manage the queue, but still same result..
> stange.
>
> this is the diagram,
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> laptop -> VPN to remote Solaris -> connect to Solaris through x-window
> software -> print to local printer, blank pages..
> this is first time having this problem, the printer is new model of Dell
> A966.
>
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> "Greg Andrews" wrote in message
> news:fechpv$qcg$1@reader1.panix.com...
>> "steeles" writes:
>>>
>>>server is Solaris 9, remote user has a printer installed in their end,
>>>they
>>>VPN in and connect to server through a X-server program, we configured it
>>>as
>>>remote printer by LPR/inet32.
>>>I have done a lot for remote users, but this is first time.
>>>
>>>It prints fine locally through windows, but once I send job in server
>>>side,
>>>printer grab papers, but didn't print anything.
>>>

>>
>> What is the configuration of the printer queue on the server side?
>> Please run the command "lpstat -lp queue-name" on the server and
>> post the output. (replace "queue-name" with the name of the printer
>> queue)
>>
>> -Greg
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