print/cups: since update to 1.7.1: error : Send-Document client-error-document-format-not-supported
ohartman at zedat.fu-berlin.de
Tue Apr 8 20:26:00 UTC 2014
On Tue, 08 Apr 2014 23:16:33 +0400
Boris Samorodov <bsam at passap.ru> wrote:
> 08.04.2014 17:42, O. Hartmann пишет:
> > Since the update of print/cups from 1.5.X to 1.7.1
> How did you do it?
As it is reported in /usr/ports/UPDATING. I delete first cups-image, then did the update
which reeled in all the new stuff automatically.
> > I'm unable to print from LibreOffice,
> > Firefox or Claws-Mail, but I can print LaTeX created documents via xpdf or Postscript
> > directly by naming the printqueue.
> > Checking the access- and error logs of cups when failing, I always see this weird
> > message (not for the particular queue, but for all):
> > access_log:
> > "POST /printers/OJ8600PRO_SW_A4_simplex_draft HTTP/1.1"
> > 200 36510 Send-Document client-error-document-format-not-supported
> > error_log:
> > [Client 14] Returning IPP client-error-document-format-not-supported for Send-Document
> > (ipp://localhost:631/printers/OJ8600PRO_SW_A4_simplex_draft) from localhost
> > This happens with the "rescued" configuration of the printing system as well with a
> > brand-new setup. Googling reveals, that maybe /var/db/cache could be the culprit, but
> > I deleted all files there as well as other spool folders and I already setup each
> > printer from scratch since I suspected changes in the configs.
> > Has anybody ideas where to look further?
> Just a wild quess: try to rebuild print/hplip with new cups* ports
I already did. I also completely deinstalled cups and reinstalled it - no effect.
Since the problem seems to exist also with others on FBSD 10, I guess it is a serious
> > I was wondering if I might be the only one with trouble after that cups update.
> > Please CC me when responding,
> > thanks in advance,
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