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Re: CUPS problem



On Fri, 2007-08-24 at 11:14 +0930, Tim wrote:
> On Thu, 2007-08-23 at 15:33 +0200, PerAntonRønning wrote:
> > I did disable selinux, rebooted the machine, but nothing changed. So, 
> > this may be due to some CUPS problem.  This is something I have never
> > done before - should I remove and then download and reinstall
> > the whole thing? Next thing may be to reinstall FC5 from the bottom
> > and up. THAT I've done before :-) 
> 
> But, without knowing what the cause was, you might encounter it again.
> How many times do you want to re-install the whole OS?
> 
> Removing CUPS will be a bit difficult, it's deemed to be a core
> component.  You could try manually removing the current configuration
> files, and then doing a rpm freshen to re-install CUPS over the top.
> 
> But noticing that you're running FC5, you'd be hard pressed to get a
> result from making a bugzilla entry, unless someone can recognise the
> condition as being a user error (i.e. something that you can change,
> rather than requiring a change to CUPS).  FC5 is no longer supported.
I thought his problem was om f7 not fc5 which works for him.
> 
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