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Re: CUPS problem

Hi Andy
a minor extract of the error_log shows this:
I [22/Aug/2007:12:42:00 +0200] Full reload is required.
I [22/Aug/2007:12:42:00 +0200] Loaded MIME database from '/etc/cups': 33 types, 38 filters... I [22/Aug/2007:12:42:01 +0200] Loading job cache file "/var/cache/cups/job.cache"...
I [22/Aug/2007:12:42:01 +0200] Full reload complete.
I [22/Aug/2007:12:42:01 +0200] Listening to on fd 0...
E [22/Aug/2007:12:42:01 +0200] Unable to set ACLs on root certificate "/var/run/cups/certs/0" - Operation not supported

It seems to listen to, which should be lo. The last message tough "operation not supported" does not explain itself, at least not to me.
ps -Af | grep cupsd shows that the daemon is up and running.
So I'm scratching my head a bit on this.


Andy Green wrote:
Somebody in the thread at some point said:

I remove and reinstall the printer (which btw. is online, lights are
up :-) ) and when sending a testpage to the printer i get the

   I had a problem like that. I had to delete the printer from the
printer setup program and then re-load it with the same name and so

He does mention that he did this.  But he doesn't mention how the
printer is connected to his machine.  "Connection refused" usually means
that something was alive at the IP address being touched but nothing was
listening at the port being used.  If the printer was a network printer,
for example, he might have chosen the wrong protocol and be trying to
touch, say, port 9100 when the printer is not listening there.

Have a look in the cups error log at /var/log/cups/error_log and see if
there is more info, and confirm that cups is still running

ps -Af | grep cupsd


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