Re: problem with CUPS
On Jan 1, 9:10 am, "Douglas A. Tutty" <dtu...@vianet.ca> wrote:
> On Thu, Jan 01, 2009 at 05:20:20AM -0800, Zach wrote:
> > On Dec 31 2008, 7:10 pm, Bob McGowan <bob_mcgo...@symantec.com> wrote:
> > I tried web interface as root and normal user, I tried running gnome-
> > cups-manager, I even tried running lpadmin. It either says in the cups
> > log file I am not authorized or I get that weird "entity too large"
> > message. Ugh this is maddening. Is there a non-cups method to get
> > printing setup I could try?
> Non-cups means using a different print spooler. e.g. lpd or LPRng. The
> question is setting up the print filter. You can try apsfilter.
Thanks Doug since I am desperate I will try that. I wish I could
understand why I keep getting these baffling errors in cups. I have
the correct drivers so it *should* work. Sigh.