please, before doing other tests be sure to have the latest version of cups (1.6.2-6), in fact this version fix the cups.service problemEDIT: sorry I saw the title only now, but in the post you mentioned the version 1.6.2-5...EDIT2: /etc/rc.d/cups: Command not found.the folder "/etc/rc.d/" is deprecated, now you should use systemd like:# systemctl start cups
# systemctl enable cups From
I determined that /etc/cups/cupsd.conf was an empty file. I fixed it with the following: $ sudo cp /etc/cups/cupsd.conf.default /etc/cups/cupsd.confI then made the necessary changes to the config file and started cups.
Thanks a bunch. That worked without a glitch and saved me a lot of headache. I still don't understand why cups on the laptop not sending stuff to the pogo cups attached to printer as it should. I will try to dissect the error_log this weekend and see if I can figure something.
Still no solution.I'm using my box as a cups client now ( with the server ip in /etc/cups/client.conf) and it works. By the way, I would really ask the cups devs, what would they do if they had multiple print servers on the same network...
Without a little more, you are unlikely to have more help. You do not even tell us what driver you have installed from the AUR. All I can say is that www.linuxprinting.org provide useful information about printing. You can enable logging from the cups interface and see the log in /var/log/cups
I have systemd and cups installed and configured. Cups works fine if I start it manually with "systemctl start cups.service", but I am having to do that every reboot to get it to work. I have already tried "systemctl enable cups.service", and it didn't change anything.