There are two PPDs for use on Linux. You may find that the reason the setting is not available is due to the fact that the Mac is connecting to the printer via the Windows queue. Reply Helpful Thread reply – more options Link to this Post. To start the conversation again, simply ask a new question. That got the printer to work.
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Oct 12, 3: Reply I have this question too I have this question too Me too Me too. There should be no problem getting UserCodes to be accepted — at least with a direct connection bypassing the Windows print server. Though I can download a printer driver, there is no possibility in system preferences to specify a infohec code, needed to get access to the printer.
Then I added, using the http: Following your suggestion, I did set up the printer as an IP printer, using consecutively the manufacturers driver, the Gutenprint driver and the generic Postscript driver. Also using the cups interface, I instructed the printer to use the user code by default.
Once you have created the new network queue you may have to select to print and then via one of the menus, force a communication with the printer so that the menus are configured for the job accounting function.
In order for the driver to have this setting available to the Mac user, the connection from the Mac to the printer must be direct via IP. You may find that the reason the setting is not available is due to the fact that the Mac is connecting to the printer via the Windows queue. If it is unable to communicate directly with the printer, then it will not make the option to select it via the driver menus appear.
JobLog If your printer does not have the PostScript module installed, you can use the pxlmono drivers from http: Oct 12, 1: User profile for user: Note that the setting is often not configurable via System Preferences. That got the printer to work. As a test, you could try connecting directly to the printer from the Mac. Matt Broughton Matt Broughton. If this works, then at least you know that the driver you have is meant to work correctly with pribter printer.
Neither of those drivers contain options to set orinter codes.
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View answer in context. To start the conversation again, 22245 ask a new question. If the connection is via a Windows queue, or even via Mac Server, the setting will not be available in the driver. Oct 12, All replies Drop Down menu.
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I probably have to conclude that the drivers that are accepted by Snow’s CUPS do not provide for printef codes at the moment. It seems that it did not have the PostScript option installed. The driver needs to communicate with the printer to determine that the setting is enabled. Any suggestions would be very much appreciated.
The final point was to specify the address as smb: Question 2254 as Solved User profile for user: Monaco, ‘Courier New’, Courier, monospace; color: There are two PPDs for use on Linux.
Posted on Oct 12, Ask a question Reset. I have to say though that the JobLog section is a bit hidden; without your pointer it would never have occurred to me to dig in that particular place.
I used the linuxfoundation pxlmono PPD file, after upgrading ghostscript and foomatic.