Joseph A. Nagy, Jr
jnagyjr1978 at gmail.com
Mon Mar 11 20:34:11 UTC 2013
On 03/11/13 15:26, Matthias Apitz wrote:
> El día Monday, March 11, 2013 a las 03:16:52PM -0500, Joseph A. Nagy, Jr escribió:
>>> it shows that you have NOT configured the printer PIXMA as a Generic
>>> Postscript printer (as I said)! Please, drop all sofisticated PPD stuff, use Generic
>>> (generated) Postscript PPD and ensure first that the CUPS test page
>>> comes out (from the web interface) and after this, test from lpr-command
>>> line from shell.
>>> I think, I'm repeating me
>> You're only repeating yourself because you missed the post where I
>> ALREADY DID THAT.
> Please show a screen of the CUPS' web interface (or the lines of the
> printers.conf file) where the printer is configured as a Generic
If you do not believe I've configured it as you suggested/requested,
that's your problem. If you want it redone, contact me off-list and I'll
provide my mailing address so you can come do it yourself.
> And, I have read all your postings in detail, which do not show a
> structured way to nail down a problem.
As for not showing a structured way to nail down the problem, I'm not
sure what else to do. I've provided the logs in their entirety. I've
shown where I used gnome-cups-manager to try and configure it, I - in a
very lengthy (mostly due to log file entries) post - went step by step
trying to do it several ways (including using the web interface). What
more do you want?
I even reinstalled gnutls to no avail. The next step is to rebuild all
the cups related ports with gnutls disabled.
Yours in Christ,
Joseph A Nagy Jr
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