On the print server (where the printer itself is actually located) add
the following line to /etc/inetd.conf:
Then restart the inetd daemon:
printer stream tcp nowait lp /usr/lib/cups/daemon/cups-lpd cups-lpd
With newer versions of Debian there is no longer a
/etc/init.d/inetd script for restarting the daemon. Instead:
$ wajig stop inetd
$ wajig start inetd
$ sudo service openbsd-inetd restart
From a client identify the printer as something like:
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