in CUPS, I have to absolutely identical printers configured (I believe),
except for the printer name and the hostname it connects to. I use
cupsaddsmb on them (same PPD). When I try to connect to the printer
prn-1101-001-d110-1, it works; for prn-1101-001-d111-1, it does not. I
have narrowed this down to the following difference in the output of
rpcclient -c enumprinters:
Note the \, after the servername in the description line for the first
printer, which does not look good. Also, deleting and re-creating the
printer in CUPS does not help. How do I go about debugging this issue?
The CUPS generated printcap looks identical for both printers. I am
guessing there is either something different between the two printers in
CUPS which I am not seeing or samba is caching information somewhere
which surface the delete and recreate printer procedure... Thanks for
Mandi! Christian via samba
In chel di` si favelave...
> guessing there is either something different between the two printers in
> CUPS which I am not seeing or samba is caching information somewhere
> which surface the delete and recreate printer procedure... Thanks for
For my experience, i suppose the first, cache applied.
I don't know if there's some way to force a cache flush, eg if the
net cache flush
works also for printers...
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