Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 856340
IPP Printing Setup via KDE Doesn't Work
Last modified: 2013-08-01 08:47:12 EDT
I've been using IPP to print to my HP OfficeJet 4315 All-In-One printer for years now. It worked in FC6. It worked in Fedora 14. With Fedora 17, however it does not work. The printer starts to print and loads the paper, but before anything is printed, it quits and just sits there like it is forever receiving data.
I'm using a Linksys WPSM54G v 1.1 as my IPP accessible printer server, and while that may be a specialized piece of hardware, it hasn't changed since I started using it over 5 years ago. No firmware upgrades or anything of that nature.
I've configured the printer with KDE's -> System Settings -> Printer Configuration Appllication.
If I connect the same printer directly to my laptop with a USB cable, it works as expected.
The Linksys WPSM54G is used by other computers in my house, and they continue to print just fine.
Could you please run through the troubleshooting procedure?
You should end up with a troubleshoot.txt file which you should attach to this bug report.
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