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  1. #1
    GaryH
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    Printing

    Hello Guys

    I am a Linux NewBee so please bare with me on this.

    We have a server running Red Hat Linux release 7.1sbe (Seawolf) Kernal 2.4.3-6smp on an i686.

    I am running Windows 98 on my machine.

    When I try to print I get the following error message:

    There was an error writing to \MDSVRLINUX1DraftingLaser for the printer (HP LaserJet 4V): There is not enough space on disk.

    What can I do to correct this problem? I tried looking at the Drive that I have mapped to the drive on the server and it looked as though I had plenty on disk space.

    I then looked at the DraftingLaser folder but was unable to determine anything!!!!

    Can someone please help me with this????

    Thank You

    Gary H



  2. #2
    Bogler
    Guest

    Re:Printing

    Hi GaryH

    Welcome to GLO ;D

    I take it you have samba set up?

    Can you see the printer in Network Neighbourhood on your 98 box?

    Can you print from the RedHat server itself?

    Regards

    Bogler

  3. #3
    GaryH
    Guest

    Re:Printing

    Thank you Very Much for your reply

    In answer to your first question 'Yes, I believe so.'

    I cannot see the printer in the Network Neighborhood
    but if I where to add a printer I would find it there.

    I haven't tried printing from the server directly
    How would I go about doing this. (what would be the command).

    Thank You

    Gary H

  4. #4
    JimH
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    Re:Printing

    Quote Originally Posted by GaryH
    Thank you Very Much for your reply

    In answer to your first question 'Yes, I believe so.'

    I cannot see the printer in the Network Neighborhood
    but if I where to add a printer I would find it there.

    I haven't tried printing from the server directly
    How would I go about doing this. (what would be the command).

    Thank You

    Gary H
    If the printer is shared via Samba it will automatically appear in Network Neighborhood if Samba is configured correctly.

    Are you sure the Win98 box is seeing the printer hooked to your Linux server?

    You can print a simple text file from your server with: lpr filename

    What does the output of this show on your server: df -h



    Jim H

  5. #5
    GaryH
    Guest

    Re:Printing

    Thank you once again for your reply

    Apparently the issue was the Samba Log file was to big
    Once the file was deleted then everything was OK.

    Thank You

    Gary H

  6. #6
    JimH
    Guest

    Re:Printing

    Interesting it should not do that. That log should be rotated weekly. Do you have /var on a separate partition? Maybe it is too small for your needs?

    Jim H

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