I'm sorry; this concrete test had a confusing result because, when
backend script writes to /tmp/..., it's executed under SystemD that
parses /tmp/ accesses to:

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El 17/09/16 a les 14:16, Narcis Garcia ha escrit:
> Hello, I've written a file as /tmp/test.sh with these only two lines:
> #!/bin/sh
> date >> /tmp/TestPrinter.log
> Then I've run following command on Debian 8 (stable):
> $ lpadmin -p TestPrinter -v file:///dev/null -i /tmp/test.sh -E
> Then I send something to print:
> $ lp -d TestPrinter /tmp/test.pdf
> request id is TestPrinter-204 (1 file(s))
> /etc/cups/interfaces/TestPrinter exists, but it's never executed.
> Same feature works perfectly with cups-client 1.7.2 in Ubuntu 14.04 ,
> but not here with cups-client 1.7.5 in Debian 8.
> Does anybody know if some additional configuration must be done or checked?

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