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Re: Printer went away (FC2)



On Tuesday 21 February 2006 23:21, Mike McCarty wrote:
>I installed HPLIP, but found that the "extra" functions do not
>operate with my printer, so uninstalled it.
>
>I can no longer use my printer. I tried printing a test page,
>using GNOME print manager, and nothing came out. I got this as part of
>the error log.
>
>I [21/Feb/2006:22:11:31 -0600] Adding start banner page "none" to job
> 490. I [21/Feb/2006:22:11:31 -0600] Adding end banner page "none" to
> job 490. I [21/Feb/2006:22:11:31 -0600] Job 490 queued on 'printer1'
> by 'root'. I [21/Feb/2006:22:11:31 -0600] Started filter
>/usr/lib/cups/filter/pstops (PID 4806) for job 490.
>I [21/Feb/2006:22:11:31 -0600] Started filter
>/usr/lib/cups/filter/foomatic-rip (PID 4807) for job 490.
>I [21/Feb/2006:22:11:31 -0600] Started backend
>/usr/lib/cups/backend/parallel (PID 4808) for job 490.
>E [21/Feb/2006:22:11:31 -0600] PID 4807 stopped with status 22!
>I [21/Feb/2006:22:11:31 -0600] Hint: Try setting the LogLevel to
> "debug" to find out more.
>
>I do not know how to set the LogLevel to "debug", nor how to debug
> this problem.

That is set in /etc/cups/cupsd.conf, you can set that at whatever might 
be useable, and restart the cups server to get more verbose logging 
in /var/log/cups/error_log.  Yes, thats an underscore.

># /etc/init.d/cups status
>cupsd (pid 3609) is running...
>
>So the problem is not just cups.
>
># df
>Filesystem           1K-blocks      Used Available Use% Mounted on
>/dev/hda5              7633264   5905208   1340308  82% /
>/dev/hda3                99075     24602     69358  27% /boot
>none                    124044         0    124044   0% /dev/shm
>
>I've got some free space.
>
>Would anyone please give me some help finding what is wrong?
>
>Mike
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