ipps cups printer broken recently
Russell L. Carter
rcarter at pinyon.org
Fri Mar 26 21:36:10 UTC 2021
On March 26, 2021 5:58:36 AM MST, "Tĳl Coosemans" <tijl at FreeBSD.org> wrote:
>On Thu, 25 Mar 2021 17:54:26 -0700 "Russell L. Carter"
><rcarter at pinyon.org> wrote:
>> I don't print much but tax season is coming up and
>> now I need too. Last July I had gotten a Brother_HL_L2340D
>> working via ipps protocol. Sometime in the last months
>> that protocol stopped working. I see that cups has been
>> updated to 2.3.3op2. Now it can't see my printer, but a
>> linux box on the same network sees it just fine:
>> This is a stable/13 box with up to date ports tree.
>> $ linux> lpstat -l -e
>> Brother_HL-L2340D_series permanent
>> Brother_HL_L2340D_series_knuth network none
>> $ freebsd> lpstat -l -e
>> That is, no output produced.
>> When I try to add the printer on FreeBSD using the cups
>> interface (http://localhost:631/) it can find:
>> Brother HL-L2340D series (Brother HL-L2340D series)
>> However the connection is lpd://BRWD80F9967A5AB/BINARY_P1, and
>> after configuring as a RAW printer as before, it cannot contact
>> the printer when printing the test page.
>> I earlier used to kludge this by sharing the printer from linux
>> cups but now the freebsd box doesn't see that either. Linux cups
>> prints a test page just fine over ipps. Linux cups is version
>> 2.3.3op2, same as freebsd cups.
>> Anyone have an idea how I might fix this? Did the cups adjacent
>> set of packages change so I now missing something essential?
>Do you have cups-filters installed?
I have not modified the installed cups packages or port options since it was known working a few months ago.
(God I hate typing on fones. Thunderbird nuked itself for unknown reasons this morning and a hopeful poudriere update dragged in a new openssl, so a good 650 ports are now building, oof)
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