On Mon, 21 Jul 2003 14:51:39 +0000 (UTC), [email]tonyaplawrence.com[/email] wrote:
>Doug Luurs <dougborisch.com> wrote:>>>I'm attempting to install a 'Fresh' install of SCO 5.0.7 onto a new
>>system, and go to run "scoadmin / printers / HP Network Print Services
>>Manager" and it comes up to the correct "Do you want to install or
>>remove network printing (i/r/q)? [q]:", but when I go to "Install",
>>the program exits and I get a "Error while executing: 'HP Network
>>Print Services Manager' (exit code: 1) ".>>>Anyone have an idea what might be causing this or a way to run this
>>the "installer' manually so I can find the 'true' error, or ?.>>>All of my printers are on Jetdirects, so I need to get this running.
>No, you don't. And shouldn't. Use netcat:
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On Linux you don't need to user extra software.
SCO 5.0.7 is VERY expensive <-> Linux and the spooler is very bad in
the networking part. (cups)
But, does he really need remote printing for the HP-Job - i think no !
Isn't for HP 9100 ports a little tool like "netcat" delivered with SCO
I would try to install a printer simply with the HP Printer Manager.
HP NETWORK PRINTER CONFIGURATION TASKS
1) Verify installation of software
2) Configure a printer with BOOTP/TFTP
3) Verify BOOTP/TFTP configuration
4) Verify network printer connectivity
5) Verify network printer operation
6) Add printer to spooler
7) Remove printer BOOTP/TFTP configuration
8) Remove printer from spooler
?) Help q) Quit