[olug] Printing issues and connecting for updates at openSuSE
rob.townley at gmail.com
Wed Dec 19 07:38:19 UTC 2012
Haven't used OpenSuse in years but was jealous when I tried KDE on CentOS
recently. Glibc is a dependency for about everything including YAST, most
Even though it is mostly outbound,could it be a firewall issue?
netstat -tunap | grep 631
Grep for 5353 as well BC cups uses that for multicast DNS.
Does etc resolv.conf have something goofy in it like domain opensuse.com?
If cups isn't already offering PDF as a printer, the cups-pdf package
(centos name) may help isolate whether cups or printer hardware.
On Dec 18, 2012 8:33 PM, "Thomas D. Williamson" <twilliam at inebraska.com>
> I decided to move to KDE with a new installation of openSuSE 12.2,
> everything seems to have gone fine. So when I set up my printer, through a
> server, I tried to do it like my other SuSE Linux boxes/laptops. I could
> not get it to recognize it through ldp like the others, but it did find it
> with an App Socket, and Yast told me it was communicating with the printer.
> Only no test pages would print, I can ping the print server, but when I
> looked at the error message it said: "Unable to write print data Broken
> I looked through the CUPS error log and there was a regular appearing
> line: "Unable to connect to @LOCAL on port 631."
> I checked the CUPS config file through the web interface, and it does have
> the line to open port 631.
> Now the print server does use port 515 and I set the port at the IP
> address, 192.168.2.254:515 in Yast.
> I am not sure what to do to get the 631 port open to allow the print to
> get through.
> Another issue I have run into is that when there is a update that looks to
> the openSuSE site, the whole thing times out and fails. I tried to go to
> the site and get it downloaded directly, but it did not seem to complete
> the download. When I tried to use what I downloaded the installer gave me a
> error message, that it was not a file the installer could use. This
> happened with the CUPS update file and the glibc update file. There are
> some other updates that were pushed today, and only those that did not look
> at the openSuSE site were able to update.
> I tried to download the source for CUPS and then build the rpm to see if
> that would fix my problems, but there were files not installed, and when I
> tried to get those to do that one was a glibc, which failed to download.
> Any ideas or suggestions on either of these issues?
> Tom Williamson
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