anonymous at easysw.com
Sun Jan 30 08:55:16 PST 2005
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> Giulio <dleibniuaxn at tiscali.it> writes:
> > I've been trying two weeks to solve my problem with Epson Stylus
> > C42UX and cups on my Debian "Woody". Like many others, my server
> > replied client-error-not-possible when I tried to submit a
> > job. Actually, the problem was that I compiled and installed
> > gimp-print before cups, and without the --with-cups option. Now all
> > work fine, thank you very much.
> In case anyone else wants to use a current Gimp-Print on Debian woody,
> I've built some packages which are available here:
> Note that I no longer run woody and built these in a chroot, but they
> should be fine.
> - --
> Roger Leigh
> Printing on GNU/Linux? http://gimp-print.sourceforge.net/
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I was having the same error. After turning on the debug in /etc/cups/cupsd.conf and looking at the error_log file in /var/log/cups I had an error of unable to convert file 0 to printable format for job #.
It seems that I needed to have gs-esp installed in order for cups to covert the test page to be printed.
By the way I'm running Debian Sarge and I used Apt-Get by way of Synaptic to install gs-esp.
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