Sean Cavanaugh skrev:
I have the latest GNOME installed from ports and have the odd issue of CUPS not 
wanting to work with it right.

If i access the CUPS web configuration page, i can print test pages just fine 
and not a single issue, but if i try and print a test page from inside GNOME, 
including trying with the gnome-cups-manager port, it will stop and present the 
following error
"/usr/local/libexec/cups/filter/pstoraster failed"this error will carry over to 
the web interface and those jobs are pretty much hosed, yet i can create a test print 
from web interface even when this error is present.

I do notice that test pages from web interface come from user "anonymous" 
whereas test pages from gnome-cups-manager are from the respected user that ran it.
even root is unable to print from inside gnome.

-Sean

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Hi Sean,

I assume you have cups-pstoraster installed? It should be installed when installing CUPS itself.

If you built Gnome from source you should have this in /etc/make.conf

CUPS_OVERWRITE_BASE=yes
NO_LPR=yes
WITH_CUPS=yes

/Roger
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