> Date: Fri, 31 Oct 2008 17:58:06 +0100
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> Subject: Re: CUPS wont print inside GNOME
> 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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> > 14:35
> 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
i have cups-pstoraster installed. like i said, i can get a test page to print
fine from the CUPS web page, just not if it was initialized inside gnome even
though i do see the print jobs sitting in the queue for the printer with status
"Stopped". Restarting the jobs doesnt help them any either.
i installed everything from ports but my make.conf file is a little bare
UnKnown# less /etc/make.conf
# added by use.perl 2008-10-23 14:57:35
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