Ok now I am completely blocked. It results from the thread on the bugreport that:
- I tried all I was advised, it does not work
- The upstream devs explain Debian is responsible
- No answer from Debian Printing team.
Well, I am out of idea and, as often, people upstream explain it is Debian :D Not easy to hope fixing easily such problems.
Thanks very much for your further help.
Le 26/03/2018 à 05:51, MENGUAL Jean-Philippe a écrit :
Logo Hypra JEAN-PHILIPPE MENGUAL DIRECTEUR TECHNIQUE ET QUALITÉ 102, rue des poissonniers, 75018, Paris Tel : +331 84 73 06 61 <tel:+33184730661> Mob : +336 76 34 93 37 <tel:+33676349337> email@example.com <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org> www.hypra.fr <http://www.hypra.fr/> Facebook Hypra <https://www.facebook.com/hyprasoftware/> Twitter Hypra <https://twitter.com/Hypra_> Linkedin Jean-Philippe <https://fr.linkedin.com/in/jean-philippe-mengual-800133135> Le 26/03/2018 à 01:17, Brian a écrit :On Sun 25 Mar 2018 at 22:51:25 +0200, MENGUAL Jean-Philippe wrote:Le 25/03/2018 à 19:05, Brian a écrit :On Sun 25 Mar 2018 at 11:29:38 +0200, MENGUAL Jean-Philippe wrote:I'll add that I set up a queue with lpadmin - p 1750 -v file:/dev/null -E -m drv:///splix-samsung.drv/ml1750.ppd and printed the test page from the CUPS web interface. All filters completed without any errors, as they do when cupsfilter was used with any file I threw at it. Not much use in my testing the Ghostscript command in that situation. The OP's experiences might be different, of course.I did all this. On http://demo.accelibreinfo.eu/error_log you have my newest log, job 74 and 75. Still not printing.Are we to assume you did the following? 1. Set up a queue as shown above. (There is no output because it goes to /dev/null).With lpadmin, yes. And in Printers - Queue - Default options.2. Print to it with 'lp -d /etc/services'.I tried to print a test page. If I do lp -d /etc/services, I get "no such file or dir". If I add a pdf file (lp -d /etc/services file.pdf" or "lp file.pdf -d /etc/services", I get a similar error message.Sometimes a respondent makes an error or a there is typo. Consulting the lp manual might have helped you to sort it yourself. lp -d 1750 /etc/servicesOk thank. Sorry I did not look at the man as I am very confused with the complexity of Cups commands as the problem requires advanced commands. So in the global stream, I lack of knowledge sometimes. :) Anyway, the command gives the same result. Log is up-to-date on http://demo.accelibreinfo.eu/error_log3. Examine the error_log. Four filters are used. Do any of them fail?Logs dont seem to say another error than the initial mail I posted, "COuld not find default_gray.icc", and "Cannot find device profile". Just some lines later however, I have "gstoraster filter stopped" with status 1. So I would say this filter fails.I add also that I think indeed it is a ghostscript problem, but changing the commandline as suggested in the bug report is impossible for me as I dont know how I could set cups to change the commandline it sends.Your three logs show gstoraster stopped, so spliX has no input from it to render. We can test the ghostscript command without doing anything to cups. The command is in your logs. gs -dQUIET -dPARANOIDSAFER -dNOPAUSE -dBATCH -dNOINTERPOLATE \ -dNOMEDIAATTRS -dShowAcroForm -sstdout=%stderr \ -sOutputFile=%stdout \ <----- Replace %stdout with out.ras.Not sure I understood: I did: -sOutputFile=out.ras \That's ok.-sDEVICE=cups -r600x600 -dMediaPosition=1 -dDEVICEWIDTHPOINTS=595 \ -dDEVICEHEIGHTPOINTS=842 -dcupsBitsPerColor=1 -dcupsColorOrder=0 \ -dcupsColorSpace=3 -dcupsCompression=17 -scupsPageSizeName=A4 \ -I/usr/share/cups/fonts -c \ input.pdf I have removed the -c switch and its argument because the argument is interpreted as PostScript code and we are not inputting PostScript. I have also split the command to use short, readable lines; the "\"s have to be omitted when it is put on a single line. Before running the gs command we need an input.pdf which has been processed by cups. Do this: cupsfilter -p /etc/cups/ppd/Samsung.ppd -m application/vnd.cups-pdf /etc/services > input.pdfok many thanks. input.pdf processing (first command) gives: ./base/gsicc_manage.c:1148: gsicc_open_search(): Could not find default_gray.icc | ./base/gsicc_manage.c:1799: gsicc_set_device_profile(): cannot find device profile Unrecoverable error: rangecheck in .putdeviceprops Operand stack: trueAlso use any other PDF on your machine as input.pdf.I get: ./base/gsicc_manage.c:1148: gsicc_open_search(): Could not find default_gray.icc | ./base/gsicc_manage.c:1799: gsicc_set_device_profile(): cannot find device profile Unrecoverable error: rangecheck in .putdeviceprops Operand stack: true That is wh I reported to ghoscript before asking here.And upstream at https://bugs.ghostscript.com/show_bug.cgi?id=695873 said: > The only way to tell for sure would be to try removing each > option until the problem goes away. You can do *that* from > the command shell yourself. You have the command. Remove options one by one and report back.ok thanks very much. You gave me essential things to go on while I was lost. I go on with the bugreport, as even without option, the problem is still there. I let you informed when I get improvements with upstream. Regards