[Samba] Unable to cancel print-jobs in cups-samba combination
rtanner at linfield.edu
Fri Jun 9 18:05:08 GMT 2006
First of all, you might want to check the clock on your workstation
since January 5 was five months ago.
And now, on to your problem. Once SAMBA submits the print job to the
CUPS printer daemon it's quite out of the picture. There is really no
special magic involved. SAMBA simply executes the same "lp" command as
you would from a shell prompt. As far as versions, I'm just using the
software that comes bundled with Fedora Core 4 to manage about 20
printers across campus without any problems. If I was having a problem
similar to your, I would check the ACLs in the cupsd.conf file.
d.arun321 said the following on 01/05/2006 01:08 PM:
>I am basically working on a product in which print-server is one of its functionalities.
>I am using SAMBA for sharing a printer which is connected to the hardware running Linux.
>I am running SAMBA and CUPS to manage the printing-options on the hardware.
>I am able to get prints when i give a print-command on the Windows PC which is connected via ethernet to the hardware.
>Also I am able to "Cancel All Jobs" from the menu.
>The problem is that I am unable to process individual jobs to cancel, pause, resume, etc by right-clicking a particular job and select them to do so.
>I doubt if the SAMBA that I am using is properly communicating the commands to the cups running on the hardware.
>I will be grateful if I get any help in this regard.
>Also if anybody has come accross this issue and managed to make for it I need the versions of CUPS and SAMBA used and any modifications need to be done in that.
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