Bug#343349: cupsys-driver-gutenprint: Upgrade fails
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tags 343349 + grave
tags 343251 + grave
merge 343292 343251 343349
Chris Searle <email@example.com> writes:
> aptitude upgrade fails
> First run it complained of being unable to convert the ppd files under
> There are three files there - 2000P.ppd, PDF.ppd and HP1015.ppd - all
> three printers I have configured through the cups web gui. They appear
> to be copied from the /usr/share/ppd directory (foomatic ?)
If you look inside the PPD, you will see which package they came
from. If you can mail them all to me, I can test here.
> In any case - reason was that they were not guenprint ppds (I'm afraid I don't have the
> log for that run).
It should just skip non-Gutenprint PPDs. I'm afraid without a log, I
can't do much about it. If it happens again, please let me know
(under a new bug report, please).
> So - I thought - fair enough - easy to replace since all I used was
> the web gui - so I moved them out the way and re-ran the upgrade to
> get configuration to complete.
> Now I get:
> No Gutenprint PPD files to update.
> Restarting Common Unix Printing System: cupsdcupsd: Child exited with status 98!
> And now I can't get this to complete - and have lost all printing :(
You aren't alone. This is a problem with the new cupsys package which
was uploaded yesterday. You can see more in Bugs #343292 and #343251,
including how to fix it.
Printing on GNU/Linux? http://gimp-print.sourceforge.net/
Debian GNU/Linux http://www.debian.org/
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