Re: Installing Printer - CUPS
That should help, I also found out from the LinuxPrinting page that my printer
uses pnm2ppa, not hpijs. I had read tha hpijs part from some other FAQ.
Am Donnerstag, 4. Dezember 2003 00:23 schrieb Andrew Schulman:
> > I'm having trouble getting my local printer working (HP Deskjet 710C) .
> > I'm running woody with KDE3.1.4.
> > I've installed: cupsys cupsys-client cupsys-bsd cupsomatic-ppd a2ps mpage
> > enscript cupsys-driver-gimpprint pnm2ppa foomatic-db gsfonts-other hpijs
> > cat /proc/sys/dev/parport/parport0/autoprobe
> > shows my printer, and I've got the modules parport and parport_pc loaded.
> > I installed the printer using the Control-Center:Peripherals:Printer and
> > tried printing a test page, which shows up as a print job and is
> > "processed" but never reaches the printer.
> > there are no erros in the cups log files.
> > Does anyone have a tip for what I can try next?
> In /etc/cups/cupsd.conf, crank LogLevel up to "debug". Restart cupsd,
> print another job, and look in the log files again. Chances are excellent
> that you'll see the problem (too-restrictive directory permissions in /var
> Good luck,
Dr.-Ing. C. Hurschler