If you've installed the driver for OSX, it should be available for you to select in step 6 of the instructions posted at http://defenestrated.typepad.com/defenestrated/2007/06/howto_configure.html. Once the drivers are installed, the Finder shouldn't be involved in setting up the printer.
For some reason, when I select Canon, it will not let me select anything but gimp drivers. I checked the other manufacturers and they list multiple printers as well as their gimp drivers. Thanks for your help.
Canon Pixma iP1500. I've tried a Google search. But I cannot figure out why my printer is not listed. I've tried adding a printer without hooking it up and still get the same results. I have even tried to reinstall the drivers. Thanks for all your help.
I have the same problem with not finding the driver with the MP600. The driver listed when the printer is directly connected is 5.4.2, but i can not find where the location of this is so that I can use the "other" option when selecting a driver
I put this issue to the side a few months and now have revisited it. I have tried the procedure outlined by Gollum on 4-20-07, as well as the 'updated' version from ProsperoDGC on 6-5-07, and the links referenced by that post. Still does not work. Still gets hung up with the 'busy' error message. Also found a link from someone running Vista who changed the Queue Field from L1 to USB1, and tried that, but to no avail. I've accessed the Print Server via the web browser and fixed the IP Address, Subnet Mask, and Gateway. I have noted my PrintServer's name. I am using a WPSM54G with a HP -LJ1320. This is listed in the drop-down printer menu. I have tried using both the IP_[address]P1 in the location field, and the IP_[PrintServerName]P1 in the location field. Neither seems to work. "IP_192.168.1.147P1"; "IP_LK29A7B7P1" I have abandoned wireless mode in hopes of getting it to work. It works fine with two Dell PC's and two different Gateway PC's, but refuses to work with my Intel MacMini and my Intel MacBookPro. ANY HINTS OR SUGGESTIONS?