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  • PAHU Level 6 Level 6 (15,540 points)

    Assuming you are somewhere in Europe based on the language in the System Information (I assume it is French) then I would recommend you use the UK English CAPT driver, not the US English version. Here is a link from Canon Australia.

     

    And yes, having the same information on both machines would be a problem. So I await your update.

  • wheneverisay Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Ok, so I did it and I confirm I do not get the same URI, even when using the UK CAPT driver.

     

    As a comparison, I checked with another shared printer that works well (Canon Pro 9000 Series).

     

    With the LBP6300, when I try to print from the MacBook, I see it in the queue on the macBook screen but it nevers appears on the queue on the MacPro. After a few seconds, the queue of the MacBook pauses. I try relaunching but nothing happens.

     

    In the System informations I have :

     

    On the MacPro :

     

    LBP6300 :

     

      État:          Inactif

      Serveur d’impression:          Local

      Version du gestionnaire:          3.55

      Par défaut:          Oui

      Partagé:          Oui

      URI:          cnbma://localhost:59687

      PPD:          Canon LBP6300 CAPT (UK)

      Version du fichier PPD:          3.55

      Version PostScript:          (3010.000) 550

    (3010.000) 651

      Version CUPS:          1.6svn (cups-327)

      Assistance numérisation:          Non

      Commandes de l’imprimante:          none

      Filtres CUPS:

    capdftopdl :

      Chemin:          /Library/Printers/Canon/CUPSCAPT/Bins/capdftopdl

      Autorisations:          rwxr-xr-x

      Assistance fax:          Non

      Utilitaire de l’imprimante:          /Library/Printers/Canon/CUPSCAPT/StatusMonitor/StatusMonitor.app

      Version de l’utilitaire de l’imprimante:          3,55

      PDE:

    FinishingPDE.plugin :

      Conforme à Sandbox:          Oui

     

     

    Canon Pro9000II series :

     

      État:          Inactif

      Serveur d’impression:          Local

      Version du gestionnaire:          10.68.1.0

      Par défaut:          Non

      Partagé:          Oui

      URI:          usb://Canon/Pro9000II%20series?serial=40938E

      PPD:          Canon Pro9000II series

      Version du fichier PPD:          10.68.1.0

      Version PostScript:          (3010.000) 705

      Version CUPS:          1.6svn (cups-327)

      Assistance numérisation:          Non

      Commandes de l’imprimante:          PrintSelfTestPage ReportLevels

      Filtres CUPS:

    Raster2CanonIJ :

      Chemin:          /Library/Printers/Canon/BJPrinter/Filters/Raster2CanonIJ/Raster2CanonIJ.bu ndle/Contents/MacOS/Raster2CanonIJ

      Autorisations:          rwxr-xr-x

      Version:          10.68.1

    Command2CanonIJ :

      Chemin:          /Library/Printers/Canon/BJPrinter/Filters/Command2CanonIJ.bundle/Contents/ MacOS/Command2CanonIJ

      Autorisations:          rwxr-xr-x

      Version:          10.68.1

      Assistance fax:          Non

      Utilitaire de l’imprimante:          /Library/Printers/Canon/BJPrinter/Utilities/CanonIJPrinterUtility.app

      Version de l’utilitaire de l’imprimante:          10.68.1

      PDE:

    CanonIJPDE.bundle :

      Conforme à Sandbox:          Oui

     

     

    On the MacBook :

     

    LBP6300 @ Mac Pro de Julie :

     

    État: Traitement (=> this is because it was trying to print but without succès)

    Serveur d’impression: À distance

    Par défaut: Oui

    URI: cnbma://localhost:59687

    PPD: Canon LBP6300 CAPT (UK)

     

     

    Canon Pro9000II series @ Mac Pro de Julie :

     

    État:          Inactif

    Serveur d’impression:          À distance

    Par défaut:          Non

    URI:          dnssd://Canon%20Pro9000II%20series%20%40%20Mac%20Pro%20de%20Julie._ipp._tcp.loca l.

    PPD:          Canon Pro9000II series

  • PAHU Level 6 Level 6 (15,540 points)

    So what is stopping the LBP queue from being created correctly on the MacBook?

     

    Has the CAPT driver ever been installed on the MacBook? If you open Finder and select Go > Go to Folder and then type

     

    /Library/Printers/Canon

     

    and press Go. Do you see a CUPSCAPT folder?

     

    Also, using Go > Go to Folder, type

     

    /Library/Caches/Canon

     

    and press Go. Do you see a CUPSCAPT folder?

     

    If yes to either (or both) then it indicates that the driver was installed on the MacBook. On my MacBook that was connecting to the shared printer on the iMac, I do not have a CUPSCAPT folder in either location.

  • wheneverisay Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    ALLELLUIA !!!!!!!

     

    Yes there was a previous installation of CAPT driver on the Macbook

    I trashed everything on the Macbook : both CUPSCAPT folders + all Canon related files in the Printers>PPDs>Contents>Resources folder

     

    Then I restarted the Macbook and in Prints and Scans, reinstalled the LBP6300 @ MacPro with UK CAPT Driver.

     

    And now the printing from the Macbook works !

     

    In the System Information of the Macbook I now have :

     

    LBP6300 @ Mac Pro de Julie :

     

    État:          Inactif

    Serveur d’impression:          À distance

    Par défaut:          Oui

    URI:          dnssd://LBP6300%20%40%20Mac%20Pro%20de%20Julie._ipps._tcp.local.

    PPD:          Canon LBP6300 CAPT (UK)

     

    How can I thank you ?

  • PAHU Level 6 Level 6 (15,540 points)

    Great to read that you got it working.

  • anssi Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    But its still not working for me!

  • anssi Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Pahu,

     

    have you done any testing? I'm thinking about install SL since ML is not working. This is really annoying..

  • PAHU Level 6 Level 6 (15,540 points)

    Yes I have been testing this when I can. The issue so far is that I cannot get the same error as you have. But I have to mention that my test iMac is using a clean install of 10.8.2. There is no import of previous user data or applications. I just use the installer to make a new 10.8.2 volume and then install the CAPT driver.

  • anssi Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    One way that I managed to print was that I shared the printer on my MBP (OSX 10.6.8). I was able to add the printer, but this is actually no good solution for me.

     

    As earlier, with LDP it get the error message "Printer busy" when I try to print.

  • superego805 Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Hi, I have problem making my LBP6300dn printer work, even after installing the driver CAPT (UK) v367. Any advice is most appreciated.

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