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Old 03-18-2013, 08:02 PM   #1
mickeyboa
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Can't Print in Fedora 18


Fedora 18 / KDE
I have set this print driver Samaung CLX-3170 up on Fedora 15, 17 and now on 18 and I can't get it to print up on Fedora 18.
Cups Debug log below.

D [18/Mar/2013:20:29:46 -0400] [Job 21] Unloading...
D [18/Mar/2013:20:29:46 -0400] [Job 22] Unloading...
D [18/Mar/2013:20:29:46 -0400] [Job 23] Unloading...
D [18/Mar/2013:20:29:46 -0400] cupsdSetBusyState: newbusy="Dirty files", busy="Active clients and dirty files"
D [18/Mar/2013:20:29:46 -0400] cupsdReadClient: 16 POST / HTTP/1.1
D [18/Mar/2013:20:29:46 -0400] cupsdSetBusyState: newbusy="Active clients and dirty files", busy="Dirty files"
D [18/Mar/2013:20:29:46 -0400] cupsdAuthorize: No authentication data provided.
D [18/Mar/2013:20:29:46 -0400] cupsdReadClient: 16 1.1 Get-Jobs 1
D [18/Mar/2013:20:29:46 -0400] Get-Jobs ipp://localhost/printers/
D [18/Mar/2013:20:29:46 -0400] [Job 21] Loading attributes...
D [18/Mar/2013:20:29:46 -0400] [Job 22] Loading attributes...
D [18/Mar/2013:20:29:46 -0400] [Job 23] Loading attributes...
D [18/Mar/2013:20:29:46 -0400] [Job 24] Loading attributes...
D [18/Mar/2013:20:29:46 -0400] Returning IPP successful-ok for Get-Jobs (ipp://localhost/printers/) from localhost
D [18/Mar/2013:20:29:46 -0400] cupsdSetBusyState: newbusy="Dirty files", busy="Active clients and dirty files"
D [18/Mar/2013:20:29:46 -0400] cupsdReadClient: 16 POST / HTTP/1.1
D [18/Mar/2013:20:29:46 -0400] cupsdSetBusyState: newbusy="Active clients and dirty files", busy="Dirty files"
D [18/Mar/2013:20:29:46 -0400] cupsdAuthorize: No authentication data provided.
D [18/Mar/2013:20:29:46 -0400] cupsdReadClient: 16 1.1 Get-Jobs 1
D [18/Mar/2013:20:29:46 -0400] Get-Jobs ipp://localhost/printers/
D [18/Mar/2013:20:29:46 -0400] Returning IPP successful-ok for Get-Jobs (ipp://localhost/printers/) from localhost
D [18/Mar/2013:20:29:46 -0400] cupsdSetBusyState: newbusy="Dirty files", busy="Active clients and dirty files"
D [18/Mar/2013:20:29:46 -0400] cupsdReadClient: 17 PUT /admin/conf/cupsd.conf HTTP/1.1
D [18/Mar/2013:20:29:46 -0400] cupsdSetBusyState: newbusy="Active clients and dirty files", busy="Dirty files"
D [18/Mar/2013:20:29:46 -0400] cupsdAuthorize: Authorized as root using PeerCred
D [18/Mar/2013:20:29:46 -0400] cupsdIsAuthorized: username="root"
I [18/Mar/2013:20:29:46 -0400] Installing config file "/etc/cups/cupsd.conf"...
D [18/Mar/2013:20:29:47 -0400] cupsdSetBusyState: newbusy="Dirty files", busy="Active clients and dirty files"
D [18/Mar/2013:20:29:47 -0400] cupsdCloseClient: 17
D [18/Mar/2013:20:29:47 -0400] cupsdSetBusyState: newbusy="Dirty files", busy="Dirty files"
D [18/Mar/2013:20:29:47 -0400] cupsdCloseClient: 16
D [18/Mar/2013:20:29:47 -0400] cupsdSetBusyState: newbusy="Dirty files", busy="Dirty files"
D [18/Mar/2013:20:29:47 -0400] cupsdDeregisterPrinter(p=0xb90d4030(Samsung-CLX-3170), removeit=1)
I [18/Mar/2013:20:29:47 -0400] Generating printcap /etc/printcap...
D [18/Mar/2013:20:29:47 -0400] cupsdSetBusyState: newbusy="Not busy", busy="Dirty files"
E [18/Mar/2013:20:29:47 -0400] Unknown directive JobPrivateAccess on line 89 of /etc/cups/cupsd.conf.
E [18/Mar/2013:20:29:47 -0400] Unknown directive JobPrivateValues on line 90 of /etc/cups/cupsd.conf.
E [18/Mar/2013:20:29:47 -0400] Unknown directive SubscriptionPrivateAccess on line 91 of /etc/cups/cupsd.conf.
E [18/Mar/2013:20:29:47 -0400] Unknown directive SubscriptionPrivateValues on line 92 of /etc/cups/cupsd.conf.
I [18/Mar/2013:20:29:47 -0400] Remote access is enabled.
D [18/Mar/2013:20:29:47 -0400] Added auto ServerAlias localhost.localdomain
D [18/Mar/2013:20:29:47 -0400] Added auto ServerAlias localhost
D [18/Mar/2013:20:29:47 -0400] Added auto ServerAlias localhost
I [18/Mar/2013:20:29:47 -0400] Loaded configuration file "/etc/cups/cupsd.conf"
I [18/Mar/2013:20:29:47 -0400] Using default TempDir of /var/spool/cups/tmp...
I [18/Mar/2013:20:29:47 -0400] Configured for up to 100 clients.
I [18/Mar/2013:20:29:47 -0400] Allowing up to 100 client connections per host.
I [18/Mar/2013:20:29:47 -0400] Using policy "default" as the default.
D [18/Mar/2013:20:29:47 -0400] load_ppd: Loading /var/cache/cups/Samsung-CLX-3170.data...
D [18/Mar/2013:20:29:47 -0400] Calling FindDeviceById(cups-Samsung-CLX-3170)
D [18/Mar/2013:20:29:47 -0400] Calling DeleteDevice(cups-Samsung-CLX-3170)
D [18/Mar/2013:20:29:47 -0400] failed to DeleteDevice: org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.InvalidArgs:Type of message, `(s)', does not match expected type `(o)'
D [18/Mar/2013:20:29:47 -0400] Using profile id of Samsung-CLX-3170-Gray..
D [18/Mar/2013:20:29:47 -0400] Calling CreateProfile(Samsung-CLX-3170-Gray..,temp)
W [18/Mar/2013:20:29:47 -0400] failed to CreateProfile: org.freedesktop.ColorManager.AlreadyExistsrofile id 'Samsung-CLX-3170-Gray..' already exists
I [18/Mar/2013:20:29:47 -0400] Registering ICC color profiles for "Samsung-CLX-3170"
D [18/Mar/2013:20:29:47 -0400] Calling CreateDevice(cups-Samsung-CLX-3170,temp)
W [18/Mar/2013:20:29:47 -0400] failed to CreateDevice: org.freedesktop.ColorManager.AlreadyExists:device id 'cups-Samsung-CLX-3170' already exists
D [18/Mar/2013:20:29:47 -0400] cupsdRegisterPrinter(p=0xb90d4030(Samsung-CLX-3170))
D [18/Mar/2013:20:29:47 -0400] Registering Avahi printer Samsung-CLX-3170 with name "Samsung CLX-3170 @ localhost.localdomain" and type "_ipp._tcp,_cups"
D [18/Mar/2013:20:29:47 -0400] Adding TXT record for Samsung CLX-3170 @ localhost.localdomain (_ipp._tcp)
D [18/Mar/2013:20:29:47 -0400] Adding TXT record for Samsung CLX-3170 @ localhost.localdomain (_cups._sub._ipp._tcp)
D [18/Mar/2013:20:29:47 -0400] cupsdMarkDirty(---p--)
D [18/Mar/2013:20:29:47 -0400] cupsdSetBusyState: newbusy="Dirty files", busy="Not busy"
I [18/Mar/2013:20:29:47 -0400] Partial reload complete.
D [18/Mar/2013:20:29:47 -0400] systemd_checkin: Matched existing listener /var/run/cups/cups.sock with fd 3...
I [18/Mar/2013:20:29:47 -0400] Listening to 0.0.0.0:631 on fd 8...
I [18/Mar/2013:20:29:47 -0400] Listening to [v1.::]:631 on fd 11...
I [18/Mar/2013:20:29:47 -0400] Listening to /var/run/cups/cups.sock:631 on fd 3...
I [18/Mar/2013:20:29:47 -0400] Resuming new connection processing...
D [18/Mar/2013:20:29:47 -0400] cupsdRegisterPrinter(p=0xb90d4030(Samsung-CLX-3170))
D [18/Mar/2013:20:29:47 -0400] Updating TXT record for Samsung CLX-3170 @ localhost.localdomain (_ipp._tcp)
E [18/Mar/2013:20:29:47 -0400] Failed to update TXT record for Samsung CLX-3170 @ localhost.localdomain: -2
D [18/Mar/2013:20:29:47 -0400] Registering Avahi printer Samsung-CLX-3170 with name "Samsung CLX-3170 @ localhost.localdomain" and type "_ipp._tcp,_cups"
D [18/Mar/2013:20:29:47 -0400] Adding TXT record for Samsung CLX-3170 @ localhost.localdomain (_ipp._tcp)
D [18/Mar/2013:20:29:47 -0400] Adding TXT record for Samsung CLX-3170 @ localhost.localdomain (_cups._sub._ipp._tcp)
D [18/Mar/2013:20:29:47 -0400] cupsdSetBusyState: newbusy="Dirty files", busy="Dirty files"
D [18/Mar/2013:20:29:47 -0400] Discarding unused server-restarted event...
D [18/Mar/2013:20:29:47 -0400] cupsdAcceptClient: skipping getpeercon()
D [18/Mar/2013:20:29:47 -0400] cupsdAcceptClient: 16 from localhost (Domain)
D [18/Mar/2013:20:29:48 -0400] cupsdAcceptClient: skipping getpeercon()
D [18/Mar/2013:20:29:48 -0400] cupsdAcceptClient: 17 from localhost (Domain)
D [18/Mar/2013:20:29:48 -0400] cupsdAcceptClient: skipping getpeercon()
D [18/Mar/2013:20:29:48 -0400] cupsdAcceptClient: 18 from localhost (Domain)
D [18/Mar/2013:20:29:48 -0400] cupsdReadClient: 17 WAITING Closing on EOF
D [18/Mar/2013:20:29:48 -0400] cupsdCloseClient: 17
D [18/Mar/2013:20:29:48 -0400] cupsdSetBusyState: newbusy="Dirty files", busy="Dirty files"
D [18/Mar/2013:20:29:48 -0400] Avahi entry group established for Samsung CLX-3170 @ localhost.localdomain
D [18/Mar/2013:20:29:48 -0400] cupsdReadClient: 16 GET /admin/log/error_log HTTP/1.1
D [18/Mar/2013:20:29:48 -0400] cupsdSetBusyState: newbusy="Active clients and dirty files", busy="Dirty files"
D [18/Mar/2013:20:29:48 -0400] cupsdAuthorize: Authorized as root using PeerCred



Here is the /var/log/messages when I try to "Print Test Page"


Mar 18 20:34:09 localhost systemd[1]: Started CUPS Printing Service.
Mar 18 20:34:09 localhost systemd[1]: Started CUPS Printing Service.
Mar 18 20:34:10 localhost kernel: [ 782.722791] traps: rastertosamsung[2050] general protection ip:457347d7 sp:bffddebc error:0 in libc-2.16.so[455f8000+1b0000]
Mar 18 20:34:10 localhost abrtd: Directory 'ccpp-2013-03-18-20:34:10-2050' creation detected
Mar 18 20:34:10 localhost abrt[2054]: Saved core dump of pid 2050 (/usr/lib/cups/filter/rastertosamsungsplc) to /var/spool/abrt/ccpp-2013-03-18-20:34:10-2050 (10072064 bytes)
Mar 18 20:34:10 localhost abrt[2054]: Lock file '/var/spool/abrt/ccpp-2013-03-18-14:27:45-2306/.lock' is locked by process 633
Mar 18 20:34:10 localhost abrtd: Executable '/usr/lib/cups/filter/rastertosamsungsplc' doesn't belong to any package
Mar 18 20:34:10 localhost abrtd: 'post-create' on '/var/spool/abrt/ccpp-2013-03-18-20:34:10-2050' exited with 1
Mar 18 20:34:10 localhost abrtd: Corrupted or bad directory '/var/spool/abrt/ccpp-2013-03-18-20:34:10-2050', deleting
Mar 18 20:34:12 localhost systemd[1]: Started CUPS Printing Service.



The Printer can be ping 192.168.1.104 and I can get into printer setup.

The printer is setup as ;

lpd://192.168.1.104/PASSTHRU

This is how it was setup on Fedora 15 and 17 when I had it working, I also have it Printing on a Fedora 18 Mini Laptop.

So I know the Driver will work in Fedora 18.
 
Old 03-18-2013, 11:36 PM   #2
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Originally Posted by mickeyboa View Post
Fedora 18 / KDE
I have set this print driver Samaung CLX-3170 up on Fedora 15, 17 and now on 18 and I can't get it to print up on Fedora 18.
Cups Debug log below.

[snip]


The Printer can be ping 192.168.1.104 and I can get into printer setup.

The printer is setup as ;

lpd://192.168.1.104/PASSTHRU

This is how it was setup on Fedora 15 and 17 when I had it working, I also have it Printing on a Fedora 18 Mini Laptop.

So I know the Driver will work in Fedora 18.
Try setting your printer as follows...

Device URI: socket://192.168.1.104

I don't know what to look for in your logs, but the real clue is probably there.

Cheers,
Terry
 
Old 03-19-2013, 07:54 AM   #3
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Changing to socket://192.168.1.104 did not make any difference, still won't print.
 
Old 03-19-2013, 05:19 PM   #4
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Changing to socket://192.168.1.104 did not make any difference, still won't print.
Sorry, I thought it might be worth a try.

I found this <http://forums.fedoraforum.org/showthread.php?t=256291> which may be of some relevance, not sure.
See the post by "Colors".

Cheers,
Terry
 
Old 03-20-2013, 07:51 AM   #5
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I'm familiar with that, after installing the Samsung drivers one has to relabel the driver files.

But I put Selinux in the permissive mode and that should not prevent from printing in cups.

There has got to be another problem, some where in the libs, but it does not show up in the debug or /var/log/messages.
 
Old 03-20-2013, 03:40 PM   #6
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Okay I have compiled foo2zjs in Fedora 18 and got my Samsung printer CLX-3175FN to print in Black and White and I have ghostscript installed, now how do I get it to print in COLOR ?
 
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Okay I have compiled foo2zjs in Fedora 18 and got my Samsung printer CLX-3175FN to print in Black and White and I have ghostscript installed, now how do I get it to print in COLOR ?
Have you looked at the "printer properties"?
On my system (Fedora 18, Cinnamon), they are at Administration > printer properties, then select your printer, and look for colour settings in the options. For my printer they are in 'Job options'.

Cheers,
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