CUPS Error

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    tuXian New Member

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    I use Knoppix. Many a times when I need to print there comes a CUPS error but many a times it works.

    How can I make it work always? Help
     
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    hey. ca nyou please post the ups error logs , so that we can peep into that ;) but before that i will suggest you to edit the cupsd.conf, usually located in /etc/cups and search for the line LogLevel and change it to debug. and restart cups.

    btw , you may find that log at /var/log/cups/

    :)
     
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    firewall, he uses Knoppix. Its unlikely that he has installed it. If it is used a live distro, there won't be any previous logs. Still, logs when error was generated could help. firewall is a more knowledgeable than me :oops: :)
     
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    Those errors come out everytime you try to print any thing from KDE... because in the printers list, there's something defined which does not exist. I guess you can't do anything abt that....

    All you can do is select "Print to PDF" and try creating a PDF file of your document...
     
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