Having trouble printing to my HP OJ Pro 8600 all-in-one
mahan at mahan.org
Sun Nov 27 23:09:15 UTC 2016
On 11/27/16 5:41 AM, Tijl Coosemans wrote:
> On Sat, 26 Nov 2016 11:08:34 -0800 Patrick Mahan <mahan at mahan.org> wrote:
>> On 11/26/16 6:01 AM, Tijl Coosemans wrote:
>>> What is the output of 'pkg which /usr/local/etc/cups/apple.types'? If it
>>> says not found in database, remove the file. If /usr/local/etc/cups/mime.*
>>> exist, remove them. You can also remove the following packages:
>> I believe that was added as part of the avahi stuff that I installed to
>> support apple devices needing "AirPrint" support.
>> The apple.types contains:
>> gypsy-new# cat /usr/local/etc/cups/apple.types
>> # "$Id:$"
>> # Airprint type
>> image/urf urf string(0,UNIRAST<00>)
>> # End of "$Id:$".
>> There is no /usr/local/etc/cups/mime.types (as you can from the 'find'
>> Okay, they are removed.
>>> Then restart cupsd with 'service cupsd restart'.
>> Well, look at that, it's printing.
>> What do you think was the blockage?
> Removing those packages should not have made a difference. Maybe all you
> needed was a restart.
No, I have done both mutiple cupsd restarts and multiple reboots.
> I don't think you need those apple.* files. URF support is already included
> in /usr/local/share/cups/mime/cupsfilters.*.
Okay, I will look at backing those out.
> Something else you might want to check in /usr/local/etc/cups is if there
> are any differences between configurations files and their corresponding
> *.sample file and if those differences still make sense.
Will do, thanks for the help.
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