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I did it like this: Go to Printers & Scanners Click on "+" to add a new printer Click on IP Address: localhost Protocol: Line Printer Daemon - LPD Name: PostScript Use: Generic PostScript Printer
The question was whether one could configure an Airport EXTREME in client mode. The first "answer" answered whether an Airport EXPRESS could be configured in client mode. I am using Airport Utility 6.3.5 to configure both an Airport Express and an Airport Extreme. When configuring the Express, "join a network" is an option; but not with an Extreme. ...
You will want to try excluding ports TCP 721-731 as these tend to be the source ports for printing. TCP 515 is the listening port for LPD jobs. Source (in the FAQ/questions section at the bottom)
First save your print settings as a preset: Open a document, then choose File > Print. Click Show Details. Choose any print settings you want to save as a preset. Click the Presets pop-up menu, then choose Save Current Settings as Preset. Enter a name for the preset settings, then choose whether to use the preset for only the currently selected printer or ...
What you are really looking for is a smbclient alternative using smbutil but just like you, I couldn't make it work. So what you can do is to install samba with homebrew like this: brew install samba If brew link complains with: Error: The `brew link` step did not complete successfully The formula built, but is not symlinked into /usr/local Could ...
Looking at the image above, I got inspired to try something and what I discovered is that if you play with the "content scale", adjusting the percentage or sliding the scale's button, you can achieve the same effect as window's print range moving of the blue lines. I did have to delete a couple of rows (that were empty to begin with) to make 4 pages turn ...
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