Unable to kill print job
Using Debian with GNOME and CUPS. We had a printer which we
physically uninstalled, but left the queues in place. Then,
accidentally, queued a job for the old printer. Now, we can't
kill the print job from GNOME's print manager tool, which
simply hangs for minutes. Even trying just to close the window
does not make it "go away". It need a "forced close" (presumably
a kill -9).
Do I need to switch to command-line to kill the job?
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