anton-F0u+EriZ6ihBDgjK7y7TUQ at public.gmane.org
Fri Jul 30 01:29:02 UTC 2004
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Most obvious question:
Have you configured you printer via the cups web interface?
Go to <http://localhost:631>, click "Printers", "Add Printer" (at the
bottom), and follow the instructions. Then try printing a Test Page.
If you don't mind using KDE, KDE's KControl has an excellent printer
configuration tool (Periherals->Printers).
Gilles Fourchet wrote:
> Hi All,
> I am using CUPS (I should say trying to use CUPS) and experience a weird
> I am using a Debian Sarge and have installed CUPS via the available
> packages. I have not updated the cups.conf (file attached just in case).
> The problem is that when I try to print something (let's say from OO),
> the file stays in the queue for ever (status: processing). If I try
> from Thunderbird, the application hangs (the printing status windows
> stays open and I have to kill Thunderbird although the file is in the
> queue). In both cases, the job stays in the queue forever.
> If I start gtklp, I can see my jobs and manage them, but no printing.
Anton Markov <("anton" + "@" + "truxtar" + "." + "com")>
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