Depending on your current print system, you can upgrade to iPrint running on Linux by using one of the following methods:
IMPORTANT:When you upgrade or apply a support pack, the existing iprint.ini file is overwritten by the one in the update. If you made changes to the iprint.ini file, you should back up the file before installing the updates, and then copy your old one over the new file. If you want new functionality included with the latest iprint.ini, you should duplicate the settings in iprint.bak in the new iprint.ini. For more information on iprint.ini refer, Section 4.5.6, Manage Global Actions through Iprint.ini.
See Section 5.0, Migrating iPrint from NetWare 6.5 SP8 to OES 2 SP3 Linux for more information.
To migrate your existing NDPS print system serviced by NetWare 6.5 SP8 to an OES Linux server, complete the following tasks:
Set up DNS for your existing system.
Upgrade your NDPS Print system to iPrint.
Distribute the iPrint Client.
Edit the UpgradeNDPSPrinters entry in iprint.ini.
Run the Server Consolidation Utility.
For more information, see Novell Server Consolidation and Migration Toolkit Administration Guide.
Reconfigure DNS to point to the new server.
To replace an existing Windows Print System with an OES Linux iPrint server, use the iPrint Migration Utility for Windows Printing, which is available separately. See the documentation included with the Migration Utility for more information.