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Re: Cups

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  • Bjørn Kvisli
    Hi Look into the file /opt/etc/cups/printers.conf. At the bottom you will probably see ErrorPolicy stop-printer . This causes cups to set the printer in a
    Message 1 of 3 , Aug 24, 2010
      Hi

      Look into the file /opt/etc/cups/printers.conf. At the bottom you will probably
      see "ErrorPolicy stop-printer". This causes cups to set the printer in a
      stopped state.

      I set this parameter to abort-job, but you could try retry_current-_job. I
      believe you should use the program lpadmin to change this configuration. Se
      here for documentation

      http://www.cups.org/documentation.php/doc-1.4/ref-printers-conf.html
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