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I'm working between two forums to see what people are giving me. I've now got the last error worked out. I now have the printer installed and accepting jobs, but it is not actually printing. The web config shows that the jobs have been processed and completed, but the printer has done absolutely nothing the entire time. This is the same place where I had problems the first time around months ago.
I've been following your posts because I feel I have the same problem. I've updated my cups recently to "net-print/cups-1.2.12-r7" (I'm using Sabayon Linux, based on Gentoo) and web admin got the "404 Not Found" error.
Indeed there was no "/usr/share/cups/docs" directory. Following the tips in the posts, I changed it in cupsd.conf to "/usr/share/cups/html" and the browser interface popped up.
But, as you can see, the ".cgi" directory is wrong, too: it's searching in "/usr/lib64/cups/cgi-bin/admin.cgi: No such file or directory" (line extracted from /var/log/cups/error_log), but .cgi files are in the "/usr/libexec/cups/cgi-bin".
That's what a search on cups installed files give to me:
# qlist cups | grep cgi-bin
I know it's possible to circumvent this using symlinks, but shouldn't it be posted as an major bug in cups? Or maybe we missed something? ;-)
PS.: I'm crossposting this issue on Sabayon Linux forums. Maybe someone there can help! ;-)
Last edited by marciozuchini; 04-06-2008 at 05:36 PM.