unable connect to Windows 7 shared printer: lpadmin Bad device-uri scheme. Hello, I’m having a problem printing to a printer shared on a. Version: User: lpadmin -p rawout -v a slash between the “” and “?waiteof=false” for the device URI to. I have Debian Jessie amd64 + LBP I used your script, but got an error: ” lpadmin: Bad device-uri scheme “ccp”.” (on install) I download rpm.
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Login as a superuser or use “sudo” option if it is required Step 2.
Download drivers Download LPR driver and cupswrapper driver. Install LPR driver and cupswrapper driver Open the terminal and go to the directory where the drivers are. Install LPR driver Command for dpkg: Install cupswrapper driver Command for dpkg: Open a web browser and go to “http: Click “Modify Printer” and set following parameters.
Set the media size and Try a test print Select your machine name. Click “Set Printer Options” and set the media size. If you are using 62mm tape, select 62mm.
Install LPR driver dpkg dpkg -i –force-all qllpr Unpacking qllpr from qllpr Setting up qllpr 1. Install cupswrapper driver dpkg dpkg -i –force-all qlcupswrapper Unpacking qlcupswrapper from qlcupswrapper Setting up qlcupswrapper 1. Check LPR driver and cupswrapper driver rpm rpm -qa grep -e qllpr -e qlcupswrapper qlcupswrapper Printer entry on the cups web interface USB Connection Printer entry on the cups web interface Network Connection Test Print Output from the cups web interface 62mm width continuous tape.