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Problem printing in FC 7
Posted by: xllamas ()
Date: October 30, 2007 09:00PM

Hi All,

I have installed the foo2qpdl driver but I'm having a bit of problem getting it to work with CUPS. Here's the error CUPS error log:

D [30/Oct/2007:18:32:08 -0600] [Job 35] Reading PostScript input ...
E [30/Oct/2007:18:32:08 -0600] [Job 35] unable to find printer '35'
D [30/Oct/2007:18:32:08 -0600] [Job 35] Job does not start with "%!", is it Post
Script?
D [30/Oct/2007:18:32:08 -0600] [Job 35] Starting file converter
D [30/Oct/2007:18:32:08 -0600] [Job 35]
D [30/Oct/2007:18:32:08 -0600] [Job 35] Starting converter for non-PostScript fi
les
D [30/Oct/2007:18:32:08 -0600] [Job 35] file converter PID kid2=9795
E [30/Oct/2007:18:32:08 -0600] [Job 35] unable to find printer '35'tail process
done reading data from STDIN
D [30/Oct/2007:18:32:08 -0600] [Job 35] KID2 finished
E [30/Oct/2007:18:32:08 -0600] [Job 35] unable to find printer '35'file converte
r return value: 2
D [30/Oct/2007:18:32:08 -0600] [Job 35] file converter received signal: 2
D [30/Oct/2007:18:32:08 -0600] [Job 35]
D [30/Oct/2007:18:32:08 -0600] [Job 35] Job does not start with "%!", is it Post
Script?
D [30/Oct/2007:18:32:08 -0600] [Job 35] Starting file converter
D [30/Oct/2007:18:32:08 -0600] [Job 35] Process dying with "File conversion filt
er probably crashed", exit stat: 3
D [30/Oct/2007:18:32:08 -0600] [Job 35] error: (0)
D [30/Oct/2007:18:32:08 -0600] [Job 35] File conversion filter probably crashed
D [30/Oct/2007:18:32:08 -0600] [Job 35] Process dying with "The file converter c
ommand line returned an unrecognized error code 2.", exit stat: 1
D [30/Oct/2007:18:32:08 -0600] [Job 35] error: Broken pipe (32)
D [30/Oct/2007:18:32:08 -0600] [Job 35] The file converter command line returned
an unrecognized error code 2.
D

However if I run the driver by hand it works fine:

foomatic-rip -p /etc/cups/ppd/clp-300.ppd myfile.ps > /dev/usb/lp0

Any help will be greatly appreciated.

Xavier.

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