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=== Ubuntu Desktops ===
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=== Workstations ===
Ask anyone that has sudo access.
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Ask JJ
# Go in terminal and do this command
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# One way
#* sudo lpadmin -p <name_of_printer> -E -v ipp://<IP_of_printer>/ipp/print
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#* Go to apps and type printers
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#* Add whichever printer is needed
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# Another way (used to work)
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#* Go in terminal and do this command
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#** sudo lpadmin -p <name_of_printer> -E -v ipp://<IP_of_printer>/ipp/print

Latest revision as of 00:47, 2 December 2021

Introduction

As of December 2021, we have two new printers:

  1. blueberrycrisp
    • Location: BH501
    • IP Address: 169.230.91.111
  1. friedchicken
    • Location: BH508
    • IP Address: 169.230.91.51

How to connect

Mac OS

  1. Go to System Preferences > Printers & Scanners
  2. Click the "+" button at the bottom left
  3. Click the middle tab at the middle top of the popup
  4. Enter IP Address
  5. Protocol should be "Airprint"
  6. (Optional) Enter printer's name and location
  7. Click "add" at the bottom left

Workstations

Ask JJ

  1. One way
    • Go to apps and type printers
    • Add whichever printer is needed
  2. Another way (used to work)
    • Go in terminal and do this command
      • sudo lpadmin -p <name_of_printer> -E -v ipp://<IP_of_printer>/ipp/print