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Re: Printing from Acrobat

On Thu, Jul 27, 2006 at 18:19:37 -0400, Carl Fink wrote:
> On Thu, Jul 27, 2006 at 08:46:23PM +0200, Florian Kulzer wrote:
> > Did you try purging all cupsys packages and reinstalling them? I think
> > there were a few cases recently where old cups config files screwed up
> > the new version of CUPS.
> Of course, purging "all" CUPS files will also remove (and I quote from
> apt-get's output):
>   abiword* acroread* acroread-plugins* cupsys* cupsys-pt* epiphany-browser*
> evince* gnumeric* gpdf* gs-esp* gtk2-engines-gtk-qt* gtklp* hplip* kaffeine*
> karbon* kchart* kcontrol* kdebase-bin* kdebase-kio-plugins* kdelibs4c2a*
> kdeprint* kdesktop* kedit* kfind* kformula* kghostview* khelpcenter* kicker*
> kivio* kmenc15* kmplayer* koffice* koffice-libs* konqueror* koshell* kpdf*
> kplayer* kpresenter* krename* krita* kspread* kthesaurus* kugar* kword*
> libcupsimage2* libcupsys2* libcupsys2-gnutls10* libfox1.2* libfox1.4*
> libgnomecups1.0-1* libgnomeprint2.2-0* libgnomeprintui2.2-0* libgoffice-1-2*
> libgtksourceview1.0-0* libkonq4* libwine-print* samba* xfe* xpp* yelp*

Yikes! Talk about the road to hell and good intentions...

I had hoped that a quick "dpkg --purge" would do the trick - maybe with
a few "--ignore-depends" thrown in - followed by immediate re-
installation before apt would even realize that there is something


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