Re: why cups so rarely works "out of the box"
On 27 Jan 2005, Frederik Dannemare wrote:
> On Thursday 27 January 2005 00:13, Randall J. Parr wrote:
> [ snip ]
> > I started using Debian on a couple workstations.
> > Overall I'm very happy with Debian but printing via CUPS often quits
> > and I can not get it working again until I reboot.
> Once in a while I have experienced that CUPS believes a printer has
> stopped. Not sure if this actually relates to your particular problem
> but if it does, executing "cupsenable <PRINTER_NAME>" as root on the
> print server should do the trick.
I did get CUPS running fairly well on my Kyocera FS1010 but I get better
and more consistent results with magicfilter, which is also easier to
set up (with much smaller overheads).
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