Re: Unable to kill print job
On (02/01/07 09:03), Mike McCarty wrote:
> 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?
You could try
in a browser and login as root; select 'jobs'; it should let you remove
them from there.
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