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I don't know how to fix it!!
I configured CUPS and i already printed many guides and how-to!
Since 3-4 days i can not print anymore.
I tried to reconfigure my printer : EPSON Stylus Photo R220 removing the old configuration in localhost:631. I remove and reinstalled it.
If i try to print a simple page, using firefox or Kwrite or Kpdf, or if i try to print a test page from CUPS i don't receive any error and print process seems to work, but if I ceck Jobs Page in localhost:631:
Is the paper positioned correctly? Are you out of ink?
Some time ago I had trouble getting my Epson C84 to work with CUPS on SuSE. I had no luck at all working with the system configuration utilities. The printer appeared to be configured correctly. When I sent a print job to the printer it would move the ink cartridge a little bit and then it did nothing. I started to fiddle around using localhost:631. Eventually I got it running this way.
Last edited by stress_junkie; 11-03-2006 at 07:37 PM.
Good luck, man! I'm using an Epson Stylus C86 and everything works well on Slackware 11.0. However, Slackware doesn't recognize my driver, but, I selected the C84 driver and everything works just fine. Perhaps try selecting another driver?