Pascal De Vuyst pascal-devuyst wrote on Only one ccpd process running after system startup. Keep up the good work. So, both these ports need to be open in the firewall setting. After the command “sudo aa-complain cupsd” the printer work but in syslog i have lines like this.

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I’ve got a bluetooth printer. Then you must configure AppArmor for Gutsy: Published Oleh Korkh in Change it so URI should become “ccp: This guide will not cover setting up cups for network printing.

Modified Start ccpd daemon.

Do you think it’s the same problem? So I’ve been trying this all day, following this tutorial and combining with other info from the Linux Cookbook, but still no joy: Pascal De Vuyst pascal-devuyst wrote on Cleaning If for any reason you need to clean the printer cnaon can access this tool from the status monitor. Photo Books Photo Books. Self-service Portal Self-service Portal. By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie PolicyPrivacy Policyand our Terms of Service.


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Video Cameras Video Cameras. Contact Support Contact Support. Camera Connect Camera Connect. Next, reload UDEV config: Please read the README file contained in the archive for more details or use the -h or –help command line options when invoking the script. As of Ubuntu Live for the story Stories. Newer ones are available from this lpb-1120 This is related seemingly to the bug You should see “ccp” in URI.

If you do, you are lucky: I have tried with the alternative URI given by Helmut: I succeeded to autostart ccpd deamon on Christophe Giboudeaux krop wrote on If all goes well the system should restart and at the login page be able to print from another computer. Photography adventures to inspire your creativity.

Information past this point has been kept for reference only. In the following linkI found an interesting solution for a problem in print: To do that add the following command to the startup-applications as in the answers under here:.


I guess these rules have to be considered if printing doesn’t work: Hidden until error occurs The -e option causes the monitor to stay hidden until an error occurs like when you run out of paper.