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Gauner 04-27-2010 10:06 PM

problem printing, Fedora 12(worked ok with debian and ubuntu)
 
Hi

I've recently decided to migrate the infraestructure in my workplace from ubuntu to fedora, everithing except the printers went perfectly.

When I try to print as an user It just trows an generic error and stops, as a root it doesnt even show the error.

This is the debug log:
Code:


D [28/Apr/2010:04:22:03 +0200] cupsdSetBusyState: Dirty files
D [28/Apr/2010:04:22:03 +0200] cupsdReadClient: 12 POST / HTTP/1.1
D [28/Apr/2010:04:22:03 +0200] cupsdSetBusyState: Active clients and dirty files
D [28/Apr/2010:04:22:03 +0200] cupsdAuthorize: No authentication data provided.
D [28/Apr/2010:04:22:03 +0200] cupsdReadClient: 12 1.1 Get-Jobs 1
D [28/Apr/2010:04:22:03 +0200] Get-Jobs ipp://localhost/printers/
D [28/Apr/2010:04:22:03 +0200] Returning IPP successful-ok for Get-Jobs (ipp://localhost/printers/) from localhost
D [28/Apr/2010:04:22:03 +0200] cupsdSetBusyState: Dirty files
D [28/Apr/2010:04:22:03 +0200] cupsdReadClient: 12 POST / HTTP/1.1
D [28/Apr/2010:04:22:03 +0200] cupsdSetBusyState: Active clients and dirty files
D [28/Apr/2010:04:22:03 +0200] cupsdAuthorize: No authentication data provided.
D [28/Apr/2010:04:22:03 +0200] cupsdReadClient: 12 1.1 Get-Jobs 1
D [28/Apr/2010:04:22:03 +0200] Get-Jobs ipp://localhost/printers/
D [28/Apr/2010:04:22:03 +0200] [Job 1] Loading attributes...
D [28/Apr/2010:04:22:03 +0200] [Job 2] Loading attributes...
D [28/Apr/2010:04:22:03 +0200] [Job 3] Loading attributes...
D [28/Apr/2010:04:22:03 +0200] [Job 4] Loading attributes...
D [28/Apr/2010:04:22:03 +0200] [Job 5] Loading attributes...
D [28/Apr/2010:04:22:03 +0200] [Job 6] Loading attributes...
D [28/Apr/2010:04:22:03 +0200] [Job 7] Loading attributes...
D [28/Apr/2010:04:22:03 +0200] Returning IPP successful-ok for Get-Jobs (ipp://localhost/printers/) from localhost
D [28/Apr/2010:04:22:03 +0200] cupsdSetBusyState: Dirty files
D [28/Apr/2010:04:22:03 +0200] cupsdReadClient: 12 POST / HTTP/1.1
D [28/Apr/2010:04:22:03 +0200] cupsdSetBusyState: Active clients and dirty files
D [28/Apr/2010:04:22:03 +0200] cupsdAuthorize: No authentication data provided.
D [28/Apr/2010:04:22:03 +0200] cupsdReadClient: 12 1.1 Create-Printer-Subscription 1
D [28/Apr/2010:04:22:03 +0200] Create-Printer-Subscription /
D [28/Apr/2010:04:22:03 +0200] cupsdCreateSubscription(con=0x1570c40(12), uri="/")
D [28/Apr/2010:04:22:03 +0200] pullmethod="ippget"
D [28/Apr/2010:04:22:03 +0200] notify-lease-duration=86400
D [28/Apr/2010:04:22:03 +0200] notify-time-interval=0
D [28/Apr/2010:04:22:03 +0200] cupsdAddSubscription(mask=17800, dest=(nil)(), job=(nil)(0), uri="(null)")
D [28/Apr/2010:04:22:03 +0200] Added subscription 13 for server
D [28/Apr/2010:04:22:03 +0200] cupsdMarkDirty(-----S)
D [28/Apr/2010:04:22:03 +0200] Returning IPP successful-ok for Create-Printer-Subscription (/) from localhost
D [28/Apr/2010:04:22:03 +0200] cupsdSetBusyState: Dirty files
D [28/Apr/2010:04:22:05 +0200] cupsdReadClient: 12 POST / HTTP/1.1
D [28/Apr/2010:04:22:05 +0200] cupsdSetBusyState: Active clients and dirty files
D [28/Apr/2010:04:22:05 +0200] cupsdAuthorize: No authentication data provided.
D [28/Apr/2010:04:22:05 +0200] cupsdReadClient: 12 1.1 Get-Notifications 1
D [28/Apr/2010:04:22:05 +0200] Get-Notifications /
D [28/Apr/2010:04:22:05 +0200] cupsdIsAuthorized: requesting-user-name="imasdetres"
D [28/Apr/2010:04:22:05 +0200] Returning IPP successful-ok for Get-Notifications (/) from localhost
D [28/Apr/2010:04:22:05 +0200] cupsdSetBusyState: Dirty files

I suspect that the problem lies wit this line
D [28/Apr/2010:04:22:05 +0200] cupsdIsAuthorized: requesting-user-name="imasdetres"
but I still cant get it to work.

It worked fine in debian and ubuntu, so we can assume that the drivers are ok, any ideas?

Thanks.

John VV 04-28-2010 05:31 PM

Quote:

've recently decided to migrate the infraestructure in my workplace from ubuntu to fedora
WHY ??

fedora is a VERY BAD choice for the office

but if you LIKE taking the office servers down EVERY 6 months to install the next version - be my guest
use fedora if you LIKE having software updates kill a " mission critical" program -- well be my guest .


install a 5 year LONG life distro in the office !!!!!


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