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Re: cups doesn't get the right ppd file



On Sun, 2009-06-21 at 15:41 -0300, Martín Marqués wrote:

> 
> What happens if I stop the printer and delete /etc/cups/printer.conf?
> 
> > Logging is your friend, edit /etc/cups/cupsd.conf to log a lot more
> > details and you will know where things are breaking.
> 
> Cups is logging alot. I changed the configuration option in the web
> interface. The problem is that it logs so much that I can't
> distinguish what I'm looking for from what is not important.
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I think that /etc/cups/printer.conf.0 is the working copy and
printer.conf is what is loaded the next time cups is started. I would mv
printer.conf and restart cups for a clean configuration.

as for logging, the first letter of each line of /var/log/cups/error_log
indicates I (info), E (error), etc.

Craig


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